Nonprofit CAST gets $100G grant to continue efforts on North Fork
The funding will be used to expand a mobile food pantry and an emergency Feed-A-Kid program, fulfill emergency assistance requests for electric, heat, rent or medical bills and more.
Riverhead may borrow street space to boost commerce
The town board considers taking a page from Greenport's book by temporarily closing off some downtown streets to expand walkways that would increase pedestrian pathways and business.
Coronavirus closures prove tough test for small businesses
How small businesses in Freeport, Copiague and Greenport are faring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
OLA gifts school districts $500G worth of laptops
Officials said the donation of more than 2,500 Chromebooks is a great help during "the most challenging times we've seen in education."
LI health worker donates $10,000 for equipment
Shari Hymes is a 37-year career veteran from Southold who works at two Long Island hospitals.
Robert Greenberger: People person with a 'wicked' sense of humor
He was married for nearly 64 years to Joan, whom he met on a blind date on a snowy night in 1954.
Edward and Joan Porco: 'This was such a unique love'
The Greenport couple, formerly of Montauk, died four days apart. Their connection was strong until the end.
LI oyster farmers to host March Madness-style contest
Sixteen Long Island-raised oysters will face off in a bracket that will eventually anoint the best local oyster.
LIRR: More sections of track covered by safety tech
The increase brings the railroad considerably closer to meeting a congressional mandate to have positive train control, or PTC, fully in place by Dec. 31 or risk being hit with hefty fines.
Opera star from LI headed home to sing spirituals at Cinema Arts
Zelotes Edmund Toliver, who grew up in Riverhead and has gone on to perform at some of the world's greatest venues, says it's "deeply emotional" to sing on the Island.