With Thanksgiving in the rear view, Long Island joins the rest of the Christmas-celebrating world in the return of the season to be jolly. What follows is our annual guide to the dozens of tree lightings, Christmas parades and other related holiday events over the next month.
Long Island's two groundhogs were agreed with Punxsutawney Phil, the most famous groundhog of all, who all did not see their shadows, effectively predicting an early spring. New York City's Staten Island Chuck and Connecticut’s Chuckles also were in agreement. New Jersey's two groundhogs disagreed.
Due to the winter storm, Brookhaven officials cancelled the event for Holtsville Hal.
Santa, his elves, magical reindeer, snowmen, tree lighting celebrations and so much more await Long Islanders!
A 19-year-old Queens man was sentenced Tuesday to 5-to-15 years in prison for speeding while high on marijuana and crashing his car in Malverne,...
A Malverne volunteer firefighter has been indicted for allegedly shooting his 52-year-old friend to death on an upstate New York deer hunting trip five...
“In the short time that she was with us she left a huge impact within our district.”
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