Long Island Concerts & Events March 23-25

Circa Survive rocks The Paramount, Mamma Mia opens for a month-long run at Smithtown Center for the  Performing Arts and much more to see and do on Long Island this weekend!

FDNY Firefighter from Long Island Dies in Blaze

A New York City firefighter from Floral Park was killed while battling a five-alarm blaze in Manhattan, officials said.

6 Dogs, Cats That Want to Play in The Snow With You

If you are sick of the cold and prefer to stay indoors, adopting a cat to snuggle up with could be just what you need.

Medford Contemporary Asks $699,999

This lovely Contemporary boasting Spanish tile, cathedral ceilings and sitting on a beautifully landscaped acre on a cul-de-sac is listed for sale in Medford.

Tax Prep Guide: Common Tax-filing Mistakes to Avoid

Overlooking changes when filing your taxes can lead taxpayers to make mistakes that leave money on the table, potentially impacting their refund at a time when the average refund is about $2,800.

Nor’easter Dumps 20 Inches of Snow on Long Island

The fourth nor’easter forecast to hit Long Island in a month dropped 20 inches of snow—with a foot falling in four hours in Islip Wednesday night into Thursday morning, meteorologists said.

Where Are The Best Greek, Italian Restaurants on Long Island?

Long Islanders love Italian, Greek and Mediterranean food, but it would take forever to determine which is best by trying the many restaurants cooking up these styles of cuisine in the region.

Long Island Breweries Band Together for ‘Craft Cares’ Collaboration Beer

Brewers from 19 of Long Island’s craft breweries joined forces Tuesday at Fire Island Beer Co. in Bay Shore to brew a special beer for charity. 

Long Island Press Power List Announced

The Power List recognizes those whose impact and influence have effected our daily lives. There are CEOs. And politicians. Academics. Philanthropists. Educators. Some household names and some you’ve never heard of before...until now.

Alley Oop for Autism Coming to Jericho High School

More than 1,000 people from across Long Island are expected to participate in the 12th annual Alley Oop For Autism charity fundraiser at Jericho High School this weekend.

With Plenty of New Jobs on The Line, Nature’s Bounty Gets Second Chance

Long Island Eye: Nature’s Bounty told Empire State Development that its 11 Long Island manufacturing facilities required extensive upgrades to keep the company from relocating.

Remodeled Bethpage Colonial Asks $639,000

This recently remodeled, potential mother/daughter Colonial conveniently located within walking distance of nearby shops and restaurants is a must-see property listed for sale in Bethpage.