Judge: 11 of 22 disputed ballots valid
A judge is deciding on dozens of disputed ballots from a Brookhaven Town council race between Democratic incumbent Connie Kepert and Republican challenger Michael A. Loguercio Jr. A state Supreme Court judge ruled Tuesday that 11 out of 22 disputed Brookhaven election ballots were valid and should be counted.
Elders of burned Yaphank church salvage relics, look to future
A member of the Yaphank Presbyterian Church congregation examines a damaged piano inside the church after a fire destroyed the historic sanctuary on Main Street.
Officials: Faulty furnace pipe ignited Yaphank church fire
Yaphank Presbyterian Church parishioner Audrey Kessler said she is devastated by the damage to the church, which was hit by fire.
Blaze guts Long Island church hours before service
A more than 160-year-old Long Island church has been gutted by a fire that blazed through the sanctuary hours before Sunday's service.
Yaphank church badly damaged by fire
The massive flames and large amount of smoke made it impossible for firefighters to get inside, and power lines outside made it difficult to get ladders up to the church.
State can't find 467 sex offenders
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone looks at the mugshots of eight recently re-arrested sex offenders, during a press conference at Yaphank Police Headquarters.
LI business, education leaders lobby state for development aid
Amneal chief Chintu Patel, left, shows the company's Yaphank factory to state development czar Ken Adams during a tour Wednesday.