Northern State to close for overnight construction
The eastbound Northern State Parkway between exits 37A and 40 will be shut down overnight ...
George Washington was here on LI 229 years ago
In the spring of 1790, just a year after his inauguration as the first president of the United States, George Washington took a break from his presidential duties in Manhattan and set out on a brief tour of Long Island.
20 rainy day activities for families on LI
So your kids are home and you're eager to do something fun outdoors for the day, but the weather isn't quite cooperating.
Notable deaths: Long Islanders we recently lost
Remember notable Long Islanders who recently died.
Little action figures are big business on LI
LI entrepreneurs and collectors are part of a $1.6 billion nationwide industry.
Village proposes law prohibiting helicopter use
Centre Island officials have proposed a law to generally prohibit helicopter landings and takeoffs in ...
13 pet-friendly hotels on LI
No pet will have to "ruff" it at these Long Island hotels.
Towns, city team up to clean Hempstead Harbor
The collected debris, which included various items — wood, metal and plastic, pieces of plastic foam, and more — filled three 30-yard-long dumpsters. An estimated 60 tons of debris were retrieved from the harbor, an official said.
Towns join together to clean Hempstead Harbor
On Wednesday, Kevin Braun, the North Hempstead Town planning department and environmental control specialist, spoke ...
Village budget includes funds to study armory
The new budget, which raises taxes less than 1 percent, will pay for an engineering study of the armory that a trustee said is underused.
Services set for LI Marine killed in Afghanistan
Sgt. Robert Hendriks, a Locust Valley Marine reservist who was killed in an April 8 attack outside of Kabul, will be buried April 24 at Calverton National Cemetery.