Wyandanch barbershop doubles as suit shop with a 'vintage' vibe
The shop has a "vintage relaxing feeling of the 1940s."
Wyandanch voters pass scaled-down library budget by slim margin
The proposed $2 million budget for 2020-21 passed 98-95 and is a 1.81% increase over the current budget.
Scenic spots for fall bike rides on LI
Hit the paved paths at these scenic spots.
State monitor, library board spar over $1M loan request
Library officials issued a budget mailer that said the request was rejected despite a school board resolution approving it.
Wyandanch library budget proposes 2% tax increase
The library has been operating on a contingency budget after voters rejected last year's proposed tax increase of nearly 39%.
Cuomo issues guidelines for possible return of high school sports
Players and coaches on Long Island were encouraged by the governor's announcement, but sports officials said there are obstacles to overcome, including the approval of school districts.
Andre Lewis, school guard, team leader and 'great' man
"The kids loved him," Jamie Mack, principal of the over 500-student Parkway Elementary School, said of Andre Lewis. "He knew every kid — which amazed me."
Entrepreneurs throw out old mentality, reinvent during pandemic
While pivoting may seem daunting, entrepreneurs should look at it as an opportunity, says a business strategist and founder of a global educational group for business owners.
'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.
3 new Jamaican eateries open on LI
Try jerk chicken, oxtail, curry shrimp and more.