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Ryan Marshall was driving a 2005 Honda CRV eastbound on the LIE when his vehicle ran out of gas between exits 62 and 63 in Holtsville, police said.
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As a way to expand the festival, the John Gardiner Farm also has a cornfield maze, allowing children and their family to make their way through the farms corn stalks.
An man was struck by a car in Sayville while trying to rescue his dog, who was killed after being hit by another vehicle Tuesday evening, according to a Newsday report .
The search is on for the thief on Long Island who stole a truck filled with toys set to be delivered to children battling serious illnesses.
Local residents crowded the auditorium of the county legislature building for the third time at a hearing held on Monday calling for Suffolk County to end a contract they have with the provider of homeless shelter on the Hauppauge/Commack border.
Bonnie Farrell was found dead in a bedroom at this Norway Pine Drive home in Medford after suffering a massive head injury.
At an awards dinner on Dec. 4, high school seniors Olivia Racanelli and Hunter Reiter were named the 2013-2014 Suffolk Zone Award recipients.
The following arrests were reported by Town of Southampton and New York State Police for the week of Dec. 9. An criminal charge is an accusation.
The state comptroller's recent audit of the Town of Babylon's finances is disquieting -- both for the pattern of action it describes in the town from 2008 into 2012, and for the eerie echo of those actions over the past two years in Suffolk County government.
Suffolk County Police arrested a man today after a hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian in Brentwood Saturday night.
More than 2,500 outraged residents have signed a petition demanding politicians immediately stop efforts to institute a sharpshooter program aimed at culling the deer herd on the East End.
The Long Island Rail Road's deployment of a 53-foot-long, 80-ton steel snow removal vehicle caps a three-year effort to bolster the agency's winter weather arsenal.
Marine Sgt. Shane Larkin, right, stands with some of his Toys-for-Tots team, from left, Sgt.
Marylou Pinto was driving a 2007 Kia east on North Country Road in Mount Sinai when her vehicle apparently crossed over to the opposite lane near Shore Road around 4 p.m. Sunday, according to Suffolk County police.
A more than 160-year-old Long Island church has been gutted by a fire that blazed through the sanctuary hours before Sunday's service.
A tenant of an Eastport home was shot and killed in a burglary attempt, Suffolk County police officials said.