10 years ago, we were buried under 2 feet of snow. Will it happen again?
Will it snow for the holidays? How cold will it get? Will we get one of those freak storms? We'll find out soon enough.
Brookhaven to spend $3.3M to reduce odors at town landfill
Officials said the spending is not directly related to a state order to address concerns about odors emanating from the 192-acre facility.
Compare your auto insurance rate to the rest of LI
Drivers in some western Nassau County communities pay higher annual auto insurance premiums than their fellow motorists in Suffolk.
Nassau homebuyer-discrimination bills await final approval
One proposed bill would create a staffed telephone hotline and online application for prospective homebuyers to log complaints.
Rocky Point lacrosse coach Mike Bowler dies at 72
Bowler started the district's lacrosse program in 1974 and coached the high school varsity team for 42 years.
Climate supporters press Cuomo for emissions target
Lawmakers and environmentalists want to lower transit-related greenhouse gasses by 55% by 2035.
Board of Regents to ask for additional $2B in aid
The proposal represents a hike of more than 7% in assistance to public schools, which now totals $27.5 billion statewide.
19-year-old CEO of $2M firm wins entrepreneur contest
The event, held at Hofstra University, included competitors from Stony Brook, Hofstra, NYU and CUNY.
Witness: McPartland took jailed ex-PD chief's money without questions
A witness said ex-Police Chief James Burke reached out from behind bars to make sure McPartland got the cash.
Forecast: Heavy rain, then snow midweek
About another inch of rain is expected to fall on Long Island Tuesday, forecasters said.
Cost of Living
Unraveling the mystery of LIers' hospital bills
A new federal mandate calls for hospitals to post their prices online. But lists of costs show that the medical world speaks a language all its own.
How 3 couples make their money last in retirement
Statistics on retirement savings can be sobering, but some people learn how to make the most of their later years.
How to decide if you should buy or rent
Deciding whether to rent or buy is a multipronged decision, especially in the expensive Long Island market.
High cost of child care squeezing Long Island parents
Providers say they're caught in a financial squeeze too, as the rising minimum wage pushes their operating expenses up.
Officials: Suffolk residents to get delayed tax bills
The county legislature voted to fix errors in set tax collection amounts, which delayed the process, officials said.
Expert: BAC in Boy Scouts death case could have been contaminated
"If the sample is not stored or collected properly, it could have problems," a forensic toxicology expert said.
Power on Trial: Burke brother says guilty plea was 'tough pill'
The ex-Suffolk police chief's half brother testified he never pressed for Loeb case details, but "it was more my job as a brother to support him."