Tag: Huntington Station

Huntington Station Man Convicted of Killing Woman

A man was convicted Monday of killing a 23-year-old woman whose body was found in the Froehlich Farm Nature Preserve in Huntington four years ago.

Lindenhurst Man Sentenced for Fatal DWI Crash

A Lindenhurst man was sentenced Friday to six to 18 years in prison for driving drunk and causing the crash that killed a 56-year-old woman in the victim’s hometown of Huntington Station last year.

Knife-wielding Suspect Wanted for 18 Robberies Nabbed

A suspect that authorities believe robbed 18 stores at knife-point in Nassau and Suffolk counties over the past three months has been apprehended, police said.

Huntington Station Woman Fatally Hit by SUV

A 60-year-old woman was fatally hit by an SUV while crossing a road in her hometown of Huntington Station on Monday night.

Lindenhurst Man Pleads Guilty to Fatal DWI Crash

A Lindenhurst man has admitted to driving drunk and causing the crash that killed a 56-year-old woman in the victim’s hometown of Huntington Station last year.

Huntington Station Man Suffered Medical Emergency Before Fatal Crash, Cops Say

A 59-year-old man died after crashing his car into a tree in Huntington on Tuesday afternoon and investigators suspect that he suffered a medical emergency before the collision.

5 Open Houses of Mega-Cheap Homes On Long Island This Weekend

There are currently 38 open houses across Long Island this weekend (Feb. 18 & Feb. 19) showcasing single-family homes for sale between $100,000 to $250,000. Here are five!

Huntington Man Dies After Crashing Into House

A 76-year-old Huntington man who died after crashing his truck into a house is believed to have suffered a medical emergency before the crash over the weekend, Suffolk County police said.

Huntington Station Man Killed in Crash

A 58-year-old man was killed when he crashed his pickup truck in his hometown of Huntington Station on Tuesday evening.

Here’s How We Can Build Consensus for Affordable Housing on Long...

Long Island has a pressing need for affordable housing, and the key question is: How can we address it quickly on a regional basis? There must be more varied housing options for all Long Islanders, but the challenge is to provide those choices Island-wide when zoning decisions are made locally. Hopefully, we can build a strong consensus around some key principles, which can then be adopted in enough localities for it to have a region-wide impact.