Subin Varghese: Entrepreneur, philanthropist and life of the party
A devout Christian, he founded a Port Washington printing company and dedicated his life to helping the less fortunate.
Maria Miscioscia: Memories were made around her dinner table
She and her husband owned several Port Washington businesses before she became a school cafeteria worker and floor supervisor at Thomson Industries.
Bee swarm makes itself at home outside 300-year-old house
A beekeeper sucked about 25,000 honeybees off a large shrub at the Thomas Dodge Homestead in Port Washington and into a container, then relocated them to another property.
Robert Fresco: Longtime Newsday reporter worked on investigations
Fresco was remembered as a committed journalist whose talent for gathering and analyzing data helped inform wide-ranging projects.
Coronavirus puts financial strain on shuttered shops, eateries
How small businesses in Riverhead, Port Washington and Southampton are faring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LIers turn to bartering to trade food, supplies amid coronavirus outbreak
Limited grocery store and pharmacy visits have inspired a spirit of collaboration between neighbors.
With dashed hopes, aspirations, high school athletes look ahead
When schools and athletics administrators decided last Tuesday to cancel the spring sports seasons for Long Island public schools because ...
Joseph Spinosa: Police sergeant 'loved to barbecue'
Spinosa was known as the Sands Point department's "grill master," a gentle giant and a level-headed officer.
Port Washington sounds early warning on summer water usage
New restrictions will mandate when and for how long residents can irrigate their lawns as officials plan ahead to conserve water ahead of peak demand, well upgrades.
Forecast: Clearing skies, with highs in 47 degrees
Clouds should gradually depart Sunday morning and for the most part stay away from Long Island until Monday night., the National Weather Service said.