Mangano’s Ex-Top Deputy Charged With Lying to FBI

The former chief deputy Nassau County executive has been indicted on charges of allegedly lying to investigators and obstructing justice, federal authorities said Thursday.

Long Island College Summer Registration Guide

Whether you’re graduating early, staying on track, or catching up, don’t let summer take you off course!

‘Gnome’ Village Found in Bellmore’s Mill Pond Park

A family made an unusual discovery while strolling Tuesday through Mill Pond Park in Bellmore: They stumbled upon what appeared to be a miniature village of fairies and gnomes in the woods.

Who Serves The Best Breakfast on Long Island?

February is National Hot Breakfast Month, which begs the question: Where is the best place on Long Island to order up a plateful of that delicious, most-important first meal of the day?

Nonprofit Gives Young Women Crash Course in Media Savvy

Long Island Girl Talk
Much has been written about the media’s negative impact on how young women see themselves, but one group of nonprofit visionaries is taking action by giving girls the skills to recast themselves.

Helping Your Kids Achieve a Lifetime of Healthy Smiles

When it comes to dental health, it’s never too early to start instilling good dental hygiene to ensure that your child’s primary and adult teeth will be healthy, strong and free of decay or disease.

Remodeled Dix Hills Colonial Asks $469,000

This recently renovated Colonial set on a half an acre with low, low taxes and perfect for a first-time home buyer is listed for sale in Dix Hills.

Web Series Spotlights Extraordinary Jewish Woman

A Long Island entrepreneur this week launched “Extraordinary Jewish Woman,” a free online interview series that aims to spotlight how to live a purpose-filled passionate life rooted in Jewish values.

Code Red: Rock The Color Red All Month Long

Check out some of the sultry and sweet beauty finds we found for the lips, eyes, skin, and nails that represent this universal color that is all about love, romance and power.

Long Island Concerts & Events February 19-22

Strong Island screens at Cinema Arts Centre with an appearance by its director, Dudley Music plays Treme and much more this week on Long Island!

Theodore Roosevelt: A Study in Contrast

Long Island's Teddy Roosevelt
As President from 1901 to 1909, he fought for wilderness preservation — and he hunted. This was the Jekyll and Hyde duality of Theodore Roosevelt.

Protecting The LI Sound, Plum Island and Our Way of Life

With our waterways plagued by pollution and overdevelopment, our generation faces unique challenges.