For the first in its 72-year history, Massapequa Coast is advancing to the Little League World Series.
Hundreds of bags and suitcases remain at Charles de Gaulle Airport in France long after travelers have flown to their destinations. Air France blames a strike by airport workers.
Violins of Hope is a world tour featuring performances on restored violins that were once played in the camps and ghettos throughout Europe during the Holocaust.
Cops responded to reports of smashed glass at commercial buildings housing a dozen stores in Syosset on Tuesday. Their investigation led them to a foster home in town.
Steve Israel, who served in Congress for 16 years, knows that opening a bookstore in this day and age is a huge risk. But he says the biggest risks are worth taking. Israel named the store Theodore's Books in honor of his hero, President Teddy Roosevelt.
Fish markets such as Syosset Seafood have had to raise prices this year to reflect higher costs from suppliers. That means some families are scaling back their holiday meals.
With the federal government poised to approve a COVID-19 vaccine in children as young as 5, medical practices are preparing for the expanded vaccination effort.
Jericho is the first district on Long Island to start classes. Most local schools don't begin until at least next week. The district is also 100% in-person learning.
Only about a minute elapsed from the time lifeguards pulled Vincent Zhang out of the water to when he regained consciousness. But they said it felt like forever.
Camp Helen Keller at LIU Post was virtual last summer due to COVID. But this summer, about three dozen children are attending in person.
FOX 5 NY got a tour of PSEG's Lineman Training Facility in Hicksville to learn more about why the power goes out and how it gets restored.
Richard Brewer of Long Island said he and his wife are counting down the days until their kids, ages 7 and 10, can get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The LIRR will start phase 1 of its project next month on the Oyster Bay line, where trains run on diesel.
Pickleball, invented in the 1960s, has evolved over the decades and is still growing in popularity, including in New York.
The coronavirus pandemic will affect Passover again. But some families say vaccinations could make this year's celebration better and safer.
Workers at doctors' offices on Long Island are worried that New York's vaccination plan has forgotten them.
The center operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, has more than 100 staffers, and ships medical supplies to all 23 hospitals in the Northwell system.
The driver of a Toyota sedan was driving westbound in an eastbound lane of the Southern State Parkway just after 5 a.m.
In a letter sent to parents, the superintendent said that some of the middle and high school students playing in the game were sharing food and water bottles.
Oyster Bay has taken legal action against the owner of a hotel, citing a violation of zoning codes and safety issues.