Firefighters snuffed a small blaze in a room at the Montauk Yacht Club, authorities said.
A pickup truck drove onto a frozen river, spun around repeatedly and then plunged through the ice, and police rescue teams found a dead dog but no people inside.
Despite sniping from some in the press, William Shatner won wide support for his decision not to cancel a charity appearance.
The cold, wet snow and slippery conditions Sunday didn't stop Smithtown residents from finishing a 40-mile run to help kick off the town's 350th anniversary celebration.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday he will not march in the city's Fifth Avenue St. Patrick's Day parade until it is "more inclusive" of pro-gay groups, including the St.
It's not just electric rates that will change if a three-year rate plan proposed by LIPA and PSEG Long Island is approved by LIPA's board by year's end.
Very few issues in sports come with a clearcut solution.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is joining the LGBT-friendly alternative to New York City's main St. Patrick's Day Parade that for years has excluded official gay groups.
It's been 50 years since Selma, and we are still struggling up the rough side of the mountain.
Police say a 15-year-old Swedish boy with Asperger's syndrome who disappeared from a fast food restaurant in New York City has been found.
A man described as serial bank robber, who Suffolk police said fled the scene of a bank heist in a taxi, was arrested after the cab was spotted not far away, authorities said.
"Saturday Night Live" earned both bouquets and brickbats this weekend after it aired a filmed sketch in which the Islamic extremist faction ISIS was used as a punch line.
Officials at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine will hold opening ceremonies Monday for a second new building and announce that the institution has earned full national accreditation.
Angie Carpenter was sworn in Sunday as Islip's first female supervisor, promising to work with board members, keep an open-door policy and make the town business-friendly.
A crowd of several hundred will march in a pre-St. Patrick's Day parade in Garden City and Mineola Sunday, as Long Islanders started to mark the March 17 holiday.
For the first time in eight years, Melanie Griffith and her ex-husband Don Johnson were seen in public together watching their daughter, actress Dakota Johnson, host "Saturday Night Live."
While it's true these days that Ireland has its share of cutting-edge restaurants, here on Long Island, Gaelic gastronomy usually means meat and potatoes.
Electric heaters for 66 outdoor kennels and zippered drop walls will be installed at the Town of North Hempstead Animal Shelter in Port Washington as part of an improvement project that is to be completed this month.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told California Republicans on Saturday that the party should not rush to choose a 2016 presidential nominee because of pressure from pollsters, pundits and GOP donors.
A Kings Park man was charged Saturday after police responded to a report of a shoplifter, and found he was carrying weapons and ammunition, Riverhead police said.
Nassau police are searching for three men who broke into a jewelry store, authorities said.
A bill that would delay electronic prescribing by physicians, dentists and other health care professionals is expected to reach Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's desk as early as Monday.
We need to realistically discuss what our region needs.
A multimillion-dollar terminal is going up at Kennedy Airport for travelers of a different breed: four-legged passengers and their feathered friends.
Kanye West took to Twitter Sunday to announce the name of his new album: "So Help Me God."
Amityville's police union must "come to Amityville's rescue" by making concessions on its contract, Mayor James Wandell wrote in an email to residents last week.
Actor Vince Vaughn was among several thousand people immersing themselves in the icy waters of Lake Michigan to support the Special Olympics.
New York City police are investigating the death of a homeless man found inside a box trailer in Brooklyn.
An unidentified 50-year-old man is in critical condition after he "fell or crashed" Sunday morning in a hang glider accident at Enterprise Park on Grumman Boulevard in Calverton, according to Riverhead police.
Another week, another snowstorm.