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On a frigid Sunday afternoon in 1998, Pete Meyers and Kevin McCarthy took the plunge. [Read More]
with a nod to Long Island history and an eye on the future - are seeking state approval for plans to vastly expand shellfishing revival... [Read More]
A state comptroller's audit recently found that East Islip Public Library officials need to improve cash collection and accounting measures, according to a recent report. [Read More]
The American Legion Burton Potter Post 185 hall in Greenport had seen better days, decades of them since 1953. It was a community gathering spot... [Read More]
After nearly $1 million of repairs, the Burton Potter Post 185 reopened on New Year's Eve and will once again host skating, dancing and other... [Read More]
Martin Luther King Jr. championed a nonviolent struggle for racial equality that remains unparalleled to this day. The civil rights icon is honored this year... [Read More]
PSEG Long Island has filed a state application to begin work on a new high-voltage power line to run 7.3 miles underground between Uniondale and... [Read More]
Careful before you pigeon-hole. Life, politics, hometowns, and matters of belief can play out in surprising ways on the American landscape. [Read More]
Lawyers for former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, Mangano's wife, Linda, and former Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto have asked the federal judge... [Read More]
Long Island University is selling $76 million in rights to build on its Brooklyn campus to Uniondale-based developer RXR Realty -- the school's biggest expansion... [Read More]
Democrats Hahn, a Suffolk legislator, and Cartright, a Brookhaven Town Board member, back Viloria Fisher to take on GOP Rep. Lee Zeldin. [Read More]
Erin King Sweeney's rise to town majority leader shows how much has changed in just a year's time. [Read More]
Former Rep. Tim Bishop, former Suffolk Legis. David Bishop and attorney Joseph Fritz are said to be interested in the part-time post. [Read More]
Careful before you pigeon-hole. Life, politics, hometowns, and matters of belief can play out in surprising ways on the American landscape.Rep. Mia Love left Brooklyn... [Read More]
How times have changed in the Town of Hempstead. [Read More]
New England will go to its seventh straight AFC Championship Game. [Read More]
North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset has created an eruv to help its increasing number of Orthodox Jewish patients. On Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, hospital volunteer Michael Katz... [Read More]
As the peak season begins, patient census at hospitals Islandwide is up as the infection spreads across New York, health officials say. [Read More]
There's a long and unresolved debate about how to do it humanely. [Read More]
In their effort to add depth, experience and insurance, the Mets have reached an agreement to sign veteran first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, pending a physical,... [Read More]