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Switch trouble at the Woodside station was causing 15- to 20-minute delays on eastbound LIRR trains Friday night, a problem that caused officials to direct trains to bypass the Woodside, Kew Gardens and Forest Hill stations.
This weekend's snow, if it appears, could be measured in tenths of inches, the National Weather Service said.
Former Long Beach city treasurer Catherine Pirrone, known for her kindness and patience, has died.
Libraries are reimagining their spaces for kids.
Amtrak and MTA officials, encouraged by a plan to avert a complete shutdown of the L subway line for repairs, are considering a similar strategy to reduce the impact on Long Island Rail Road customers from fixes inside the Sandy-damaged East River Tunnels.
LIRR commuters on the Babylon and Montauk branches can expect delays of 10 to 15 minutes and possible cancellations Friday afternoon after "an unauthorized person" was struck by a train at Rockville Centre, the railroad said.
Long Island charities, public officials and businesses are coming together to help out workers feeling the financial sting of the partial federal shutdown.
Capping property taxes permanently, Nassau County's reassessment plan, developing both a Ronkonkoma Hub and a Nassau Hub with more housing, and more funding for transit-oriented downtowns were some of the topics discussed Friday morning at one of the largest annual gatherings of political and...
Here are three variations of "bistro," each very good or better in its own way.
The week ends with cold on Long Island before light snow moves in Saturday night, forecasters said.
Proposed changes to how New York State and local governments award tax breaks to businesses are gaining support on Long Island and elsewhere as more homeowners become alarmed by their ever-larger tax bills.