Drunken Bus Driver Sentenced to 2 Years in Jail
The Three Village school bus driver who was busted for driving drunk with a flat tire on the Long Island Expressway will serve two years in prison, according to a report published Thursday in Newsday. Robert Stundis, 48, of Bohemia, was convicted in December on charges including 12 counts of aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child in the vehicle and six counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Reports say he had a blood-alcohol content of .23; a half-empty bottle of vodka was found in the center console of the bus.
Kings Park Local in Hollywood Flick
Kings Park's Steve Gagliano, owner of local tattoo studio, acts alongside Colin Farrell in action-thriller 'Dead Man Down.'
Northport Man Dies Days After Crash
Douglas Caldwell, who was critically injured after he lost control of his car in Hauppauge on March 10, died of his injuries at Stony Brook University Hospital at 12:37 a.m. Friday, say Suffolk Police.
Planetarium Reopens after Multi-Million Dollar Renovation
The Vanderbilt Planetarium in Centerport reopened Friday following a multi-million dollar renovation. A preview party was held Thursday.
Visitors to the Vanderbilt Planetarium’s William and Mollie Rogers Theater will now see not only new shows for children through adults, produced by planetariums in Britain, China and the United States, but also extraordinary NASA imagery recorded by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and other satellites.