They have Billy Joel’s piano but they have no place to put it. Not yet.
The Long Island Music Hall of Fame, which on the corner of Main and East Main Streets in Port Jefferson village last year, has plans for a museum dedicated to the long history of the Island in music. Now it needs the money to make the dream come true.
A Centereach man pleaded not guilty to a seven count indictment related to and injured another person in May.
James O'Donnell, 47, was arraigned in Suffolk County Criminal Court on Tuesday on new elevated felony charges of second-degree manslaughter, two counts of second-degree vehicular manslaughter, two counts of second-degree vehicular assault, and two misdemeanor counts of driving while intoxicated.
A grand jury, which handed down the indictment on July 5, found there was sufficient evidence that he recklessly caused the death of 26-year-old Kristin J. Iacono on May 23 while driving with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit of .08.
A Smithtown mototcyclist was killed after crashing into another vehicle Monday moring on Landing Avenue in Smithtown.
According to Suffolk County Police, Francis Stanuch, 40, was driving a 2012 Honda motorcycle northbound at 8:05 a.m. when he struck a 1990 Ford driven by Eric Gismervik and was ejected from the motorcycle. Police said Gismervik was driving southbound on Landing and was attempting to make a left turn onto Oakside Drive when Stanuch collided with his vehicle.
The scene outside in Northport was solemn Monday as family and friends gathered for the funeral service of David Aureliano, the youngster who died during a July 4 boating accident in Oyster Bay Harbor.
David, of Kings Park, would have turned 12 on July 5. He died when the boat he was a passenger in capsized late Wednesday evening after a fireworks show near Oyster Bay. His cousin, 11-year-old Harlie Treanor and family friend, Victoria Gaines, 7, were also killed in the accident.