Long Island Memorial Day Parades 2019

Memorial Day weekend is back, and that means it's time to line up for local parades honoring American military service members that made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

Hamptons Beach Ranked Among Nation’s Top 10

The coming Memorial Day weekend not only brings with it the return of beach season on Long Island, but also the results of Dr. Beach's annual list ranking the nation's top 10 beaches — with one Long Island oceanfront park again making the cut.

Fabulous Oceanfront Long Beach Colonial Asks $1.8M

Offering spectacular Atlantic Ocean views from every level is this pristine, updated Colonial listed for sale in the City of Long Beach. 

The Importance of Teaching Children Emotional Intelligence

It can be difficult to understand, but many educators suggest that young children should be taught the basic concepts of emotional intelligence to prepare them for their future.

Suffolk Judge Vacates Man’s 1976 Murder Conviction

A Suffolk County judge overturned Wednesday the rape and murder conviction of a 62-year-old man who spent 33 years in prison for a crime authorities now say he did not commit.

What is The Best Staffing Service on Long Island?

Instead of wading through piles of resumes or hoping the right candidate will respond to a job posting, sometimes it’s faster and more cost efficient to seek out new employees from a staffing service, but which one is the most reliable?

Long Island’s Otter-ly Fantastic Critters

Otters were a fixture on our LI landscape when our European forefathers landed many centuries ago, but the two didn't get along very well.

Peter King Launches New Facebook Page After Lawsuit Threat

A month after the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) threatened to sue U.S. Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford) if he didn't unblock at least 70 people on his Facebook page, the congressman launched a new page.

Chefs For A Cause Raises Funds for Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition

Hundreds of people from the gathered May 15 at the newly renovated Piermont in Babylon Village for the Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition’s (BBCC) 21st Annual Chefs for a Cause fundraiser.

Nassau Pols Pass Styrofoam Container Ban

Nassau County lawmakers approved a measure banning businesses from using styrofoam containers that are commonly used to pack food in take-out restaurants.

To Combat Epidemic of Teen Depression, Experts Use Talk Therapy

“Sometimes parents have a difficult time understanding what normal teen behavior is, and what is problematic,” said Gordon Gooding, a school social worker.

Cozy Lloyd Harbor Tudor Asks $1.2M

This quintessential Tudor with a slate roof and picture-perfect curb appeal situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac is listed for sale in the Village of Lloyd Harbor.