At Long Island Cares, the Hauppauge warehouse is stuffed with meat and produce that U.S. farmers can't export.
Forecast: First day of fall with highs in the 80s
Forecasters are calling for daily highs in the mid-to-upper 70s for the remainder of the week, with temperatures hovering around 80 degrees on Thursday.
Festival brings Kerala immigrants together
Onam marks the end of the monsoon season and the rice harvest in Kerala.
A long-delayed restoration for Old Westbury Gardens
Slate, reeds from the UK, Russia and Turkey are part of restoration efforts expected to be done in 2020.
At LI's Repair Café, tossing 'treasures' is off the menu
Repair Café is part of a worldwide effort to get people to think twice before throwing something away.
LI credit union changes name to Jovia
NEFCU said it's changing its name because the acronym is outdated and confusing to prospective members.
Young cancer survivors gather to celebrate life
The 7th annual Les Nelkin Pediatric Cancer Survivors Day was hosted by the Cohen Children's Medical Center.
Cost of Living
How high rents are driving away LI's millennials
One by one, Natalie Sparaccio has seen her friends leave in search of better jobs, apartments they can afford and a nightlife.
How single-income families make it work on LI
Take an extra job, rent instead of buy a home, skip vacation, shop around for food -- these are just some of the ways parents are making it work.
Going the extra mile: LI's 'extreme commuters'
The average LIer commutes around 30 minutes, but we found four "extreme commuters" who spend way more time than that going to work.
Get free stuff, make friends in Buy Nothing groups
The Buy Nothing Project is a worldwide network of people giving away goods and services for free to their neighbors.
LIRR's capital plan: Upgrade stations, new trains
The LIRR, in the MTA's proposed capital plan, would get 160 new M9A train cars, a step up from the recently unveiled M9 train.
Elmont civic leaders sue to stop Isles complex at Belmont
The lawsuit, filed in Mineola, contends the state does not have the authority to designate its own land at Belmont for private development.
Cops: Man inappropriately touched girls at fair
Peter Koonanikal inappropriately touched two girls at the Mineola Street Fair, police said.