Going, going, gone: Hamptons summer rentals
Numerous homeowners have adjusted their original summer plans to meet a need that continues to make the East End rental market hotter than local real estate agents can remember.
Despite reopenings, LIers have mixed feelings about going back to movies, gyms
They are concerned about health and safety as industry analysts say fitness centers are at a tipping point and the film business cannot survive on streaming alone amid the pandemic.
Frank Castagna, developer involved in LI's biggest construction projects, dies
The Brookville resident grew a family business into a powerful developer, and with his wife, gave generously to dozens of charities. His portfolio included the luxury Americana Manhasset mall.
Hewlett man accused of fatally stabbing man in Hempstead
Keith Pooler, 54, is charged with killing Andre Garry, 49, of West Hempstead after a verbal altercation, police said.
National Grid: Fire at Northport power station
The rooftop blaze was put out with no disruption to operations, a utility spokeswoman said Saturday.
New poke and sushi spot opens in Garden City
It's a small eatery that's easily missed, but when and if you finally arrive, expect an ambitious and creative spot.
Police: Five men sought in bat, hammer attack
Police said the group of men beat an 18-year-old victim with bats and hammers in Westbury before speeding away in two different cars early Saturday morning.
Cost of Living
How first-time home buyers navigate high costs
First-time home buyers on Long Island are finding creative ways to afford the biggest purchase of their lives.
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.
11 people, 4 cars: Multi-generational households on LI
A record 20 percent of the U.S. population lived in multigenerational households in 2016, according to the latest census data, up 5.6 percent from 2014.
Survey: LIers hurt by lack of doctors, insurance
Suffolk residents said not knowing how to find available doctors was one of the biggest obstacles to obtaining health care.
Can NY's 'cash out' policy survive the pandemic?
Fiscal experts question whether the state will continue to sustain a generous policy that lets police, teachers and other public employees cash in unused vacation, sick and other paid days off when they leave a job.
Long Island Fall Festival in October canceled, organizers say
Organizers cited concerns over visitors' safety and health, and enforcing social distancing at the four-day festival, which has been held for 27 years.
2 killed in Commack crash, police say
The crash occurred early Saturday at the juncture where the Sunken Meadow and Northern State parkways meet, police said.