Brookhaven official: Storm response 'inexcusable'
Brookhaven's highway department was unprepared to handle a storm the magnitude of last weekend's blizzard, town officials and board members ...
Residents on plows: 'Nobody came at all'
After four days of waiting for town plows, Aaron Crocco and his neighbors were fed up. The residents of Elizabeth ...
Snowstorm deaths grow to four
Three Northport men died in separate instances shortly after trying to remove snow dumped by the weekend's powerful storm, increasing ...
LIRR: Near-normal commute, some delays
Ridership on the Long Island Rail Road was up more than 9 percent over an average Monday, and officials were ...
Suffolk hotline set up for towed vehicles
The Suffolk County Police Department announced Monday that it has set up a hotline for people whose snowbound vehicles were towed during plowing operations.
LIRR: Delays due to equipment problems
Already operating on a modified storm-related schedule that called for the cancellation of 10 morning rush-hour trains Monday, the Long ...
Janison: NY must up disaster preparedness
Nearly a year ago -- with Tropical Storm Irene fresh in the memory -- Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the ...
Editorial: Snowstorm Nemo leaves questions behind
Call this weekend's snow blast a direct hit, and a near-miss.
LIers flock to sledding spot in Shirley
The hilly and snow-covered embankment by the William Floyd Parkway exit on Sunrise Highway, Exit 58 in Shirley, became a ...
Mass transit to be mostly normal Monday
After getting hammered by the weekend's blizzard, mass transit across the city and tri-state area will be mostly back to ...