The best things we ate this month on LI
Don’t go searching for something good to eat. Newsday critics have done it for you.
LIers react to federal tax code changes
Two weeks into filing season, Long Islanders are finding out exactly how the 600 changes in the tax code affect them. Some are getting cash back. Others are livid because their refunds are a sliver of what they expected. And then there are those who are stunned, even panicked, when they learn they owe the U.S. Treasury thousands of dollars.
6 new interactive spaces for kids at LI libraries
Libraries are reimagining their spaces for kids.
Notable deaths: Long Islanders we recently lost
Remember notable Long Islanders who recently died.
Long Island restaurants we miss
Here are a dozen departed dining rooms, each alive because their names haven’t come up for the last time. Plus a contemporary choice to visit these days.
Windows restored in town's oldest black church
Sunlight filters into the sanctuary of Huntington’s oldest African-American church more brightly, thanks to the ...
Community wants to be 'family-friendly, walkable'
The first structure symbolizing Huntington Station’s renaissance is now standing, and Town of Huntington Supervisor Chad Lupinacci says more are on the way.
Demonstrators rally for children separated at border
Demonstrators gathered in Huntington Station on Sunday, demanding federal officials make a concerted effort to ...
Statue of Liberty protester at immigration event
Patricia Okoumou, who climbed the Statue of Liberty to protest President Trump's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, joined a group writing letters to border children and rallied with others for youngsters separated from their parents.
Robert Conte hired by Suffolk Board of Elections
Huntington Republican Robert Conte, brother of the late state Assemb. James Conte, has been hired ...
The Poll brothers' first restaurant in Suffolk, The Bryant in Huntington Station, is a big, ...