LIRR: No service anytime snow tops 10 inches
The nation's busiest commuter railway said Thursday it is prepared to suspend service if the region is slammed with too much snow.
Schumer seeks FEMA aid for LI's blizzard
Last month's blizzard burying Long Island in about 2 feet of snow cost more than $25 million in cleanup costs and damages.
After blizzard mess, watchdog seeks LIRR probe
A watchdog group called for the offices of the governor and the MTA inspector general to investigate the LIRR's emergency response plans.
LIRR officials: Expect delays on Wednesday
Commuters on the Long Island Rail Road should build in extra time for their trip Wednesday morning, officials advised.
Stranded passenger: 'People were freaking out'
With no electricity, the only bathroom broken and falling temperatures, passengers were getting anxious on one stranded LIRR train this weekend.
Some LI roads icy; drivers urged to be cautious
Two days after the Blizzard of '09, the National Weather Service is reminding drivers that they still need to be careful out there.
Black ice expected overnight on LI roads
The National Weather Service is advising LI drivers to use "extreme caution" and to beware of black ice as temperatures drop below freezing overnight.
LIRR vows to develop plan after train stranded
The LIRR's president Monday apologized to the 150 passengers stranded on a disabled Sunday morning train.
Long Islanders cope with blizzard aftermath
The Blizzard of 2009 may be history, but it'll surely stick with us for a while, like those roadside ridges ...
Snow, freezing rain for Christmas?
After a weekend blizzard, Mother Nature still had a few cruel tricks up her sleeve on the first official day ...