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.

Nor’easter Forecast To Bring Up To 18 Inches of Snow to Long Island

The fourth nor’easter forecast to hit Long Island in a month is expected to bring 12 to 18 inches of snow, flooding, strong winds and potential widespread power outages to the region Wednesday, meteorologists said.

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.

End of The Line for LIRR Platform Bar Carts

The Long Island Rail Road’s platform-level bar carts are leaving the station as the last call comes March 27 for commuters who order last-second adult beverages before boarding their evening rush-hour trains.

Sleeping to Tip-top Health

For National Sleep Awareness Month this March, it’s important to recognize the effects of restlessness on the body, and learn what to do to get the most out of your night.

Nonprofit Conference Gives Charities Tips to Navigate Rough Patches

Titled “How To Manage In Turbulent Times,” the event will feature Keynote Speaker Ed Henry, President And CEO of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, who will discuss competitive pressures and a global economy.

Skeletal Remains Found in Basement of Southold Home

Suffolk County police found skeletal remains Monday buried under the basement of a Southold home while investigating the case of a 38-year-old woman who was reported missing 51 years ago, authorities said.

9 Questions With Lettuce Guitarist Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff

Known for their eclectic fund sound and incredibly passionate fan base, Lettuce has set off for their Beyond the Clouds tour and are headed for The Paramount in Huntington on March 22.

John Cameron: Engineering The Road to Success

“Resistance to change is one of our biggest impediments.”

How Long Island’s Irene Corwin Davison Helped Win Women’s Right to Vote

She instigated change using her plucky personality, her financial freedom — and a sturdy old wagon.