Spend the day shopping on LI's Main Streets
Spend a few hours--or a whole day--shopping your way through retail districts around Long Island, where you'll find local specialty retailers alongside well-known brands.
Notable deaths: Long Islanders we recently lost
Remember notable Long Islanders who recently died.
LI restaurants serving great appetizers
Here's a roundup of some standout starters on Long Island, from cheesy to spicy and everything in between.
New spicy Thai spot heats up dining in downtown hub
Ra-Cha Thai Cuisine has moved smoothly into the former address of Tum Thai, which continues to ...
'Defender of the house' Bay Shore mom dies at 82
Barbara C. Harrington, a Bay Shore mother of seven, was considered the "center of the ripple" and the "common denominator" of the family.
Swastikas found in Brightwaters park
Brightwaters Village mayor is asking for witnesses to come forward with information on who used chalk to draw the graffiti at a park.
New Thai eatery offers vibrant, delicately spicy fare
What really causes sparks at this newcomer is the cuisine of chef Phannee Prungsak, who was a chef in Thailand.
Freshwater fishing in LI’s lakes, ponds and rivers
Here are some places on Long Island where you might try dropping a line — and an idea of what might be biting.
35 family-friendly things to do this spring on LI
Great spots to plan a fun day outdoors.
'A lot has changed,' as the LIRR turns 185
The railroad, which turns 185 Wednesday, was conceived as a "bridge line" to move people and goods between New York and Boston, with the help of a ferry line across the Long Island Sound.
Labor Dept. releases March unemployment rate
Long Island's unemployment rate fell to 3.5 percent for the month, the lowest jobless rate the Island has seen for March since 2001, preliminary data released Tuesday show.