'She wanted to be somebody': Baldwin fitness influencer dies at 28
Ashlee Tessono died in a car accident on the Southern State Parkway last month, leaving behind a budding company and a 6-year-old son.
United Methodist churches on LI bracing for 'divorce'
Congregations on Long Island are grappling with how to handle the imminent breakup of the United Methodist Church, which has battled internally over gay clergy and same-sex marriage since the 1970s.
LI's Brinkley to be Big Apple Circus guest ringmaster
The Bridgehampton supermodel is set to be in the ring on Jan. 30 and 31, and Feb. 1.
Nassau gymnasts go to the mat to take on CF
Twenty high school teams gather for the two-day Cartwheels for a Cure meet at Oceanside.
LIers asked to serve their communities on MLK Day
In the spirit of service, communities across Long Island will host volunteering events Monday to prepare meals, create food packages and assemble winter clothes for people in need.
Long Island babies had rare illnesses due to tick bites
The cases were so rare that doctors at Stony Brook Children's Hospital and Hampton Community Healthcare chronicled them in a medical journal.
What are the most common types of cancer on LI?
An average of more than 18,000 cases of cancer per year occurred on LI from 2012 through 2016, according to the state Department of Health.
'We can destroy racism,' says famed educator at NAACP event
Jane Elliott, a former teacher who gained fame after a 1968 anti-racism exercise dividing her third-grade Iowa classroom by eye color, urged Long Islanders to fight racist ideology.
Weather: Sunday to bring sun after snowy Saturday
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday Monday is expected to be sunny with a high near 32 degrees, although gusty winds could make it feel as much as 20 degrees colder.
Women's marches in NYC, on LI draw smaller crowds
The turnout at marches at Columbus Circle and Foley Square in Manhattan drew thousands, nowhere near the 120,000 in 2018. On Long Island, about 100 took part.
Cost of Living
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.
Millennials: The old rules for building wealth are obsolete
Young people are skeptical of traditional financial advisers and many might not seek their help.
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.
How to not go broke paying for your kids' sports
Parents share the cost and time commitment of high-level involvement.
Northport school to close for now, superintendent says
The middle school will close for the rest of the school year beginning Thursday, the superintendent announced. Hundreds of students will be moved amid environmental concerns.
Cops probe death of boy, 8, in Center Moriches
The boy reportedly fell in the driveway of a home. He was pronounced dead at Long Island Community Hospital in Patchogue, police said.
Officials: Suspect in fatal DWI case didn't have to be released
A Bellport man charged with drunken driving in a fatal crash could have been detained under the state's new bail law, state officials and legal experts said.