Louis J. Siciliano: Army veteran loved listening to the crooners
Although he sometimes worked multiple jobs, he always made time to enjoy Sunday dinners, baseball games and vacations with his family.
Bella Hadid dines at LI pizzeria
The supermodel and her friends stopped by Joanne's Gourmet Pizza in Roslyn for four slices and a pepperoni personal pizza.
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.
Police: Queens man in serious condition after LI Sound rescue
Nassau County police said the man was operating a jet ski in the Long Island Sound and was found by a friend face down in the water.
Town appeals federal court ruling siding with cell provider
North Hempstead officials seek a reversal of the court order compelling the town to issue all approvals necessary to Illinois-based ExteNet's cell facility installation.
Long-awaited draft released for Port Washington business district
A moratorium has been in effect for nearly three years as North Hempstead Town officials said they sought to balance residents' quality of life and the rights of property owners.
Beatles, Allman tribute bands set for LI drive-in series
Penny Lane and the Allmost Brothers Band will perform in August at a new drive-in concert series at East Hills' Sid Jacobson JCC.
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.
Trying to get rich quick vs. making long-term bets
If you're dabbling or thinking about dabbling with day trading, here's what you should know.