Where to go apple picking on LI this fall
From Honeycrisp to Golden Delicious, there are all kinds of apples waiting to be picked at Long Island orchards this fall.
Check these 20 great fall adventures off your bucket list
Autumn on Long Island offers the perfect blend of outdoor activities and spooky fun.
Jurors testify hearing fellow jurors discuss Boy Scout's death before deliberations
None of the jurors admitted any improper conduct or that the utterances of their colleagues had effected Thomas Murphy's guilty verdict.
Best spots to take engagement and family photos on LI
The pandemic is inspired more families to take outdoor portraits, local photographers say.
Where to find cider doughnuts on Long Island
If fresh apples and fresh air aren't enough of an enticement to visit a farm during harvest season, the promise of cider doughnuts should seal the deal.
Mobile ax-throwing company brings the cage to your driveway
The mobile ax-throwing cage is a new at-home party standout.
Brigitte Horstmann: Founded Frog Lady Boutique
Horstmann, who died at 80, opened the clothing and accessories shop in Wading River after earning her "Frog Lady" nickname for selling ceramic frogs at flea markets.
Hundreds gather for 9/11 ceremonies across LI
Ceremonies, some in person and others held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic, dotted the Island, which lost nearly 500 residents on Sept. 11, 2001, at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and on a plane that crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Riverhead mobile home on the market for $65,000
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home has a monthly fee of $1,003, which includes land rent, water, monthly taxes of $56, trash and cesspool.
Officials: Districts report positive COVID-19 tests
The Sewanhaka, Riverhead and Southold school districts have reported new positive coronavirus tests among students and staff, officials say.