Great Neck Man Arrested in Little Neck Burglaries: DA Spokeswoman: Long Island resident is accused of breaking into a building on Northern Boulevard in August and stealing various items.
: A Mill Neck man was arrested in Great Neck Estates Tuesday after breaking into multiple cars and scuffling with a victim inside a garage.
Hervey Resigns LIPA Post: LIPA Chief Operating Officer Michael Hervey has resigned. His resignation is effective at the end of December.
: Good-bye gas rationing; hello better fuel prices. That’s the sentiment in North Hempstead as residents head to the gas pumps post-Sandy. All the while, they're casting an eye towards Thanksgiving, one of the biggest travel times of the year.
[VIDEO] Lopatkin: LIPA Communication 'Not Effective' After Sandy: Kensington mayor criticizes the Long Island Power Authority's failure to restore power to much of village for nearly two weeks following storm.
Gas Rationing Ends: One week after gas rationing was enacted to help ease fuel lines across Long Island, the policy will be suspended.
Great Neck South Student Named 2012 Siemens Competition Semifinalist: Great Neck South High School senior Joshua Jiang was one of 63 New York students named as semifinalists in the prestigious 2012 Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology, a premier science research competition for high school students.
Kaiman Mum on LIPA Chief Resignation: Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman, reportedly on a short list of candidates for the chief executive position at the Long Island Power Authority, had little to say Wednesday regarding the recent resignation announcement of LIPA Chief Operating Officer Michael Hervey.
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Names New Deputy Superintendent: The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy has named Capt. Susan L. Dunlap (ret.) as its new deputy superintendent.
Holocaust Center Head to Step Down: After eight years as chairman of the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center, Howard S. Maier will leave the position, it was announced Tuesday.