On Fire Island, 'encouraging people to be responsible'
Seasonal residents have been asked via email to self-quarantine for two weeks before arriving.
State regulators consider restricting horseshoe crab harvest
Researchers, regulators describe the crab population as "poor" to dire; some fishermen who use them for bait say they remain plentiful.
Trail of erosion from Fire Island storms worries towns
Brookhaven and Islip officials seek federal help to repair damage to beaches during nor'easters and storms in the fall.
Suffolk funds new Fire Island walkway
The legislature approved $150,000 for a crossover that will give beachgoers coming from Patchogue public access to Davis Park.
Travel journalist has home at Fire Island firehouse
The CBS travel editor has spent more than 50 years as a volunteer firefighter in Fire Island.
Police find missing boater's body in Great South Bay
Samuel Gutierrez, an entrepreneur and prominent member of Long Island's Salvadoran community, was found dead Wednesday afternoon, Suffolk police said.
Snapper Derby offers kids competition and fun
At Saturday's 10th Snapper Derby on Fire Island, 28 children ages 7 to 14 competed against one another to fish for snappers around Fire Island National Seashore.
LI communities look to shore up beaches
Coastal communities are trying to duck another superstorm Sandy and cope with the inevitability of climate change.
Fire Island Lighthouse reopens to the public
The lighthouse, a guide for ships coming into the New York Harbor, reopened to the public, including 192 steps to the top.
Spraying for mosquitoes upcoming on Fire Island
Ground spraying of streets and boardwalks in six communities will occur Monday and Tuesday evenings, Suffolk County officials said.