LIers weigh in on sex bias and credit cards
A spokeswoman for the NY State Department of Financial Services told the AP the agency will investigate.
Hempstead to vote on $85G settlement to Lido Beach contractor
Supervisor Gillen wants the vote postponed, citing ties to GOP chairman Joe Cairo.
Village to hold hearing on banning Airbnb, other short-term rentals
Babylon Village will hold a hearing on a bill that would prohibit permits for rentals occupied for less than 30 nights.
Inspirational reads for 'No Spend' challengers
Four books to help you start — or keep going — on your journey to more mindful spending.
Curran vetoes some cuts, additions to her budget
Republicans have scheduled a veto override vote for Wednesday.
On a budget? Spend a weekend on LI for under $100
Here are some spots that offer free or cheap things to do for reasonable rates on Long Island.
LIPA eyeing delivery charge hike of 2.5% at most
But the final tally could be less as budget number crunching continues.
Lessons, not in laundry, at the laundromat
Children's Museum of the East End offers its weekly "Lavar y Jugar" program as a preschool experience to Spanish-speaking toddlers.
How 5 LI families are teaching their kids about money
A candy business, AirPods and an at-home exam are some ways parents are educating their children about finances.
Police: Bayport motorist lifts pickup truck off teen driver
The teen was partially ejected from his 2000 Toyota pickup after losing control and flipping the vehicle, police said.
Cost of Living
NY ranks at bottom in retirement survey
New York ranked 50, the worst, primarily because of the cost of living, taxes, and health care quality.
What are NY college students really paying?
Colleges and universities in New York provided full-time freshmen an average of $12,379 in aid, according to data analysis.
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.
The ins and outs of buying condos, co-ops
The single-family home has long reigned on Long Island. But buyers increasingly are seeking condos, co-ops and town houses.
Cuomo threatens to revoke National Grid certificate to operate
Gov. Cuomo informed the company of his intent to revoke its certificate for downstate New York following a monthslong moratorium on new gas hookups that has left thousands scrambling for service.
School creates wellness room for teachers to de-stress
The "WellVille" room for teachers and staff features details such as inspirational messaging, an essential oil diffuser, foot massager, salt lamps and a calming water feature.
Analysis: Long Island has state's top-paid educators
Among the highest-earning K-12 employees, 77 of the top 100, as well as 579 of the top 1,000, worked on Long Island, according to a Newsday analysis.