Ghost Adventures Stirs Up Activity at Katie's Bar
The television film crew of Ghost Adventures locked down at Katie's in Smithtown last Thursday and they were not disappointed, according to owner Brian Karppinen.
"Ghost Adventures," a popular Travel Channel show, rented out Katie's in Smithtown from Wednesday to Friday, Karppinen said, to search for evidence of the bar's famous ghosts and investigate new poltergeists.
Cops: Kings Park Man Arrested on 3rd Felony DWI Charge in 9 Years
Southampton Town police said a driver they found driving drunk through Bridgehampton on Tuesday had two prior DWI convictions.
Donald W. Vicital, 48, of Kings Park, was arrested on a felony drunken driving charge due to two prior convictions in the past 10 years.
Taking the Bus to the Stars and Beyond
The Vanderbilt Museum is hitting the road with its new science education outreach program on wheels.
On display Wednesday at Oldfield Middle School in Greenlawn was the museum's mobile classroom, a bus that is a gift from the American Museum of Natural History.
East Northport filmmaker Dave Campfield’s latest comedy-horror, Caesar & Otto’s Deadly Xmas will be released nationally Nov. 19.
The film will be available at video rental stores such as Blockbuster and Family Video, and then on Video on Demand.
Campfield and Paul Chomicki, also a Long Island native, star as two Abbott and Costello inspired nitwits who find themselves in horrific situations. Linnea Quigley is also featured in the film.HAUPPAUGE
Former Student Honored in Kicks for Cancer Campaign
Hauppauge students and administrators banded together for a community fundraiser recently in honor of former student and soccer player, Courtney Tomkin, who died of bran cancer in 2008.
The Kicks for Cancer campaign raised $30,000 through community donations, raffles and clothing sales held by the school. Proceeds will be donated to charities including the American Lung Association, Make-a-Wish Foundation, theh American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, the Making Headway Foundation and the Courtney Tomkin Scholarship.
A former Commack woman, who admitted to killing her disabled son, was sentenced to 20 years in prison Friday, a year after she brutally attacking him by repeatedly stabbing him with a knife and striking him with a hammer – a vicious act she crime she can’t remember doing.