Woman who taught wherever family went dies
Alice Szema and her engineer husband, Li-Chieh Szema, lived throughout New York, including Mount Sinai and Commack. With multiple degrees, she taught wherever they went.
Top 100 Long Island baseball players for 2019
A look at the top 100 high school baseball players on Long Island for the ...
Long Island's jobless rate falls to 3.7%, data show
It's the lowest for the month since 2001, according to state Labor Department data; Rockville Centre's 3 percent rate is the Island's lowest.
Stony Brook promotes Geno Ford to head coach
Stony Brook has promoted assistant coach Geno Ford to become its next men’s basketball coach, ...
Baby Cuddler programs grow in popularity
Volunteers spend hours holding babies in the neonatal intensive care units.
18 things you didn't know about Adventureland
Adventureland is one of the most iconic places to visit on Long Island.
What's self-care? LIers explain the trend
Erica Chan, 31, of Smithtown describes her life in one word: “Stressful.” Chan works full-time ...
The Point: Everyone is looking for funding
Daily Point A green light for congestion pricing? After almost a decade of talk about ...
Iona's Cluess roots heavily for Hofstra
As a change of pace during his pre-tournament news conference in Columbus, Iona coach Tim ...
SBU's Gowins gets ready for pro day
Bellport's Jordan Gowins, who played football at St. Anthony's High School and Stony Brook University, ...
LI pols craft bipartisan proposal for immigrants
Two Long Island congressmen are crafting a $10 billion bipartisan proposal that would provide a ...