The second major snow storm of the season hit Farmingdale this week, depositing an additional 8 - 12 inches of snow on top of the existing piles from the Other headlines this week included a serious car accident on Boundary Ave., a LIRR train striking a car Thursday night, a photo gallery of the unique history on display at the Airpower Museum and a change in how politicians greet the public in light of the tragic shooting in Tucson last week.
Pat Gagliardi and his comic performers played to a packed house at the Comedy Coffee Shop at last week.
Commuters at the expressed frustration with fare increases and service quality.
: Photos of how the in Farmingdale serves to remember, preserve, educate and show gratitude to those who sacrificed for the country.
Students in Mrs. Tyler's third grade class at recently learned about buoyancy by making aluminum boats and putting objects in salt water.
A Tuesday morning auto accident left a after being hit by a driver charged with DWI, leaving the Farmingdale road closed for almost four hours.
Members of Long Island's Congressional delegation intend to change the way they meet and greet their constituents in the aftermath of the shooting of Congresswoman Giffords.
After an exhausting game Tuesday night, the boys basketball team lost to Hempstead 61-47.
Although not as severe as the of 2010, Farmingdale received a decent dumping of 8 - 12 inches of snow Tuesday night. Schools and town facilities were closed, , residents enjoyed a day of , and the were busy.
A woman suffered only minor injuries after a rush-hour LIRR train struck her car Thursday night in Farmingdale.