The Paper Store taking Dressbarn spot, Pier 1 to exit
Sunrise Promenade in Massapequa is busy preparing vacant spaces to receive The Paper Store, a Whole Foods and other retailers.
Though far-flung, LI baseball prospects find summer leagues
Seaford's Andrew Cain is in Connecticut, Forest Hills' Garrett Crowley is in Tulsa, and Newfield's Bobby Vath is in Wisconsin.
'Get out': LGBTQ youth at disproportionate risk of homelessness during COVID
LGBTQ youth on the Island, some cooped up in hostile homes for months during the pandemic and lockdown, have been at disproportionate risk of being kicked out and potentially becoming homeless, part of a national trend.
Report: Steve Levy set to become new MNF play-by-play man
Levy — a Bellmore JFK High School alumnus who grew up a Jets fan — would join analysts Brian Griese and Louis Riddick in replacing Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland in the booth.
Behind the face mask in hot weather: 'It's brutal,' says one LI worker
A summer heat wave is putting Long Island workers to the test: complying with face mask mandates as temperatures soar.
After a no-commute summer, how will we go back?
Longtime commuters say working from home has been life-changing, and they savor the extra hours in their days, but some also miss the energy of other people and of New York City, itself.
Top LI gelateria opens 2nd LI location
Rainbow cookie is among its specialty flavors.
You can shop by private appointment at many LI retailers
Boutiques are offering the option to limit the number of in-store customers.
LI grad wins $80,000 in science competition
Katherine St George placed sixth in the national Regeneron Science Talent Search competition for her study on the impact of diet and caffeine on seizures in fruit flies.
Officials in Nassau halt swimming after new shark sighting
Since Monday, lifeguards have reported eight shark sightings off East Atlantic Beach, Point Lookout and Long Beach.