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.
Long Beach to add bike lanes reaching boardwalk
Long Beach officials are planning to start a $1 million project to add bike lanes ...
To shame or not: When to post bad LIRR behavior?
For as long as there has been a Long Island Rail Road, there have been railroad riders behaving badly -- from seat-hoggers to nail-clippers to loud talkers.
Village OKs increased heights for some buildings
Buildings on Railroad Avenue and Depot Place in Babylon Village can now increase their heights ...
Islanders exit Brooklyn with win over Oilers
The Islanders exited Brooklyn — for now — with yet another win, if not another ...
Food and Drink
11 LI bakeries serving must-try cupcakes
Bakeries across Long Island are stepping up to the plate, creating new and more adventurous cupcakes to reflect the times.
Amazon decision holds broad political ramifications
ALBANY — The broad impact of Amazon’s decision to cancel plans for a Queens headquarters ...
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Early-voting states are focus for Democrats in 2020 contest
Democratic presidential candidates are courting voters in states with influential early roles in the 2020 ...
Chicago police: Smollett assault case has 'shifted'
Chicago police say "the trajectory of the investigation" into the reported attack on Jussie Smollett has shifted and they want to conduct another interview with the "Empire" actor.