War Stories: Ridge woman compiles LI veterans' memories
Last year, during a Memorial Day commemoration at a retirement community in Suffolk County, the commander of an American Legion ...
Cops: Dad with toddler tried to sell crack at school
A 25-year-old man was arrested on drug and other charges after he tried to sell crack on an elementary school ...
50 best places for families on LI
Find out where LI parents love to take their kids.
Brookhaven Fair, more LI fun this week
Looking for things to do on Long Island? We’ve rounded up the best concerts, fairs, festivals, parties and cultural events going on in Nassau and Suffolk.
Maui Chop House owner discusses inspiration behind Hawaiian cuisine
John Louis discussed his family's Hawaiian origins and his Maui Chop House in Rocky Point paying homage to the tropical ...
Hawaii-themed eatery on LI serves hit- and- miss dishes
It's at the edges of meals that this eatery is enjoying its greatest success at present.
DA's report: Bush was wrongfully convicted of murder
After 44 years of waiting, Keith Bush's 1976 murder conviction was vacated by a judge after a district attorney's report concluded he had been wrongfully convicted of the sex-related murder of teenager Sherese Watson.
See who got hired, promoted on Long Island
Here are some of the people who have made recent job changes. They are family, friends, neighbors, colleagues from across Long Island.
Census: Suffolk loses 2,478 residents
Brookhaven, Suffolk's largest town, lost 1,057 residents between July 2017 and July 2018 while Nassau gained a modest 679 residents, according to the latest U.S. Census population estimate.
Bellone files over 8K signatures for 2nd ballot line
Democratic Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has filed more than 8,000 signatures to qualify for a second ballot line, called "Protect the Taxpayer," in his bid for a third term this November.
School budgets pass in 123 of LI's 124 districts
Budgets in more than 100 school districts across Long Island passed, including in Eastport-South Manor, where voters approved the $96.5 million budget but decisively rejected an effort to hire armed security guards.