LI parents doing the 'summer scramble' to find coverage for their kids
LI families seek alternatives to expensive private day camps.
Officials: LIer sentenced in food assistance scam
A former employee of a social services nonprofit has been sentenced to 5 years of ...
How kids can become volunteer firefighters, EMTs
Each department has its own minimum age requirement, often between ages 12 and 14.
Commuters question value of LIRR ticket
The LIRR president heard the concerns more than a week before the MTA board is set to vote on a proposed fare increase, which would bring the average monthly LIRR ticket to $344.
LI's Ken 'Spider' Webb on his lifetime in radio
"I love this business. Radio is in my blood," says the legendary disc jockey, who has captivated listeners on WBLS, KISS-FM and now, Sirius XM.
Legendary radio DJ Ken 'Spider' Webb talks about his longevity and his Sirius XM jazz show
On Jan. 22, at Sirius XM studios in Manhattan, longtime radio host Ken "Spider" Webb, ...
Five-time Grammy nominee from LI dies at 65
Opera singer was also voice faculty chair at Juilliard and a five-time Grammy nominee.
Swing and sway to the beat of Cuban music on LI
From the Tropicana show at The Cuban in Garden City to a trio of concerts by Havana's hottest All-Stars, Cuban rhythm is everywhere.
LI summer camp to offer full scholarships
Winners will get seven weeks free, including transportation.
Town's fire departments get 847 vials of Narcan
Often referred to as Narcan, one of the well-known brand names, the drug's cost has increased in recent years.
Religious communities celebrate MLK, Anne Frank
The congregations, which were also joined Sunday by other Long Island clergy, have a history of coming together to celebrate the two icons.