After Hurricane Sandy destroyed Island Park’s field, fences and equipment, a nonprofit stepped in to donate much-needed items lost in the storm. It was a homerun for the kids, who got a chance to return to the sport that they love. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.
Long Island resident Robert Schiavelli has what can only be described as a unique laugh, which so bothered his neighbor that the man called the police. Now Schiavelli is facing $500 in fines or a month in jail. NBC’s Andrea Canning reports.
Two Long Island hairstylists open their doors to cancer patients exclusively every month, and are the subjects of an Oscar-nominated documentary. Full story
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People wait on line to attend a Long Island job fair on May 2, 2013 in Uniondale, New York.
Authorities displayed some of the guns seized from the home on Long Island