Valva prosecutor says she's turned over 'voluminous' evidence to defense
The records include the 911 call Michael Valva made the morning his son died, as well as “his call to his precinct while his son was being taken to the hospital,” the prosecutor said.
PSEG removes steel poles in Eastport
The utility reached an agreement with Brookhaven to remove poles on a mile of roadway; 200 tall steel poles will remain.
Salute to the champs: LI's 8 state wrestling champions
Eight Long Islanders, four in Division I and four in Division II, brought home state wrestling titles in 2020.
Eastport's Redding turned a low point into a stellar senior season
He followed up a bitter disappointment in his junior season with his second state wrestling championship as a senior.
Ruby's last chance to play
She had to give up softball after 8th grade to work. Then she made the ESM team as a senior, and now there might not be a season.
Critics say proposed six-car garage in East Moriches too big
One of the owners of the home in a historic district says the garage would allow tenants to avoid parking on Montauk Highway.
Bay Shore's Rivera wins state title at 106 pounds
He's the first Bay Shore state champion since Rob Hubbard earned the 167-pound crown in 1983. Eastport-South Manor's Zach Redding took the 132-pound title and Copiague's Malik Leftenant captured the 220-pound title.
Sarra: Mauriello, Redding have resiliency tested
Mauriello of Hauppauge and Redding of Eastport-South Manor had to go through the consolation bracket to earn All-State status.
Advocates: Signs were there to remove Thomas Valva from home
Suffolk County caseworkers appear to have missed or misread numerous signs that the 8-year-old was in danger living with his father, Long Island child protection advocates say.
LIers want to hear from impeachment witnesses
Nassau and Suffolk residents say they want the Senate to subpoena witnesses and new documents in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.