The move to boost affordable private housing is in response to evidence of unequal treatment toward minority home buyers reported by Newsday, officials said.
LI blogger who overcame $130,000 in debt shares her tips
Sandy Smith says she had a "come to Jesus" moment before she turned her spending habits around.
5 financial tasks you should tackle by year-end
A task without a deadline is just wishful thinking. Sometimes, you can get away with procrastinating. If you never get ...
Reporter saves over $1,000 on No Spend Challenge
Daysi Calavia-Robertson says her family saved money and learned valuable lessons during a monthlong "spending diet."
Suffolk ends Aventura tax breaks after fed bust
The Industrial Development Agency halted the 12-year property-tax reduction that it gave to Aventura Technologies in 2015.
Northwell opens $25M infertility clinic in Manhattan
The center includes an assisted reproductive technology laboratory that provides patients with IVF, egg and tissue freezing, and embryo banking capabilities.
LI company to buy Canadian firm for $40 million
The deal is the third acquisition in less than 12 months for Melville-based Comtech Telecommunications.
Loving the luxe life, with rents from $8,400
Encore Luxury Living, with rents as high as $13,500, is the newest entry on Long Island's concierge apartment landscape.
LI skin-care company seeks to expand
To accommodate increased sales, Topiderm wants to rent a Melville warehouse.
College sports complex gets a new name
Suffolk Federal Credit Union is unveiling signage and branding around its naming rights deal at Suffolk County Community College's sports center.
Tips for success on your own No Spend Challenge
Four ways to stay inspired and accountable while you're saving all that money.