Fired-up Long Islanders Stand in Line for Hours to Cast Early Votes

Long lines formed before polls opened across New York State and Long Island as New Yorkers joined a flood of more than 56 million Americans across the country who have cast early ballots at a record-setting pace.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Will Soon Pass, But The Problem Remains 

OpEd: Given the isolation created for many by the pandemic, we must continue to educate our communities, to speak out against abusers, and to support survivors with adequate resources, so that they can be given the opportunity to move forward and remake their lives.

North Fork Chocolate Co. Chef Steven Amaral on Living The Sweet Life

North Fork Chocolate Company owner Chef Steven Amaral has kept creativity at the fore, in his chocolates, his paintings and his unique assessment and appreciation of the world around him.

Montauk Distilling Co. Pours New Spirits on East End

Despite its name, Montauk Distilling Co. is not located at the tip of the South Fork, it’s in Riverhead, right next door to North Fork Brewing Co.

3 More Long Island Businesses Face Liquor License Suspensions For Pandemic Violations

Two catering halls and a bar are among the latest establishments on Long Island to have their liquor licenses suspended for allegedly violating social distancing orders meant to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Early Voting Starts Saturday on Long Island

Voters can begin casting their ballots in the 2020 elections Saturday when polling sites open on Long Island as the nine-day early voting period begins in New York State ahead of Election Day.

Trump, Biden Clash in Final Debate

U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden offered sharply contrasting views on the still-raging coronavirus pandemic at Thursday's final presidential debate, seeking to persuade the few remaining undecided voters 12 days before their Nov. 3 contest.

Pawsitively Cute Cats, Dogs Up For Adoption on Long Island

Call your local shelter or rescue to find your new best friend today! 

Spencer Resigns As Democratic Leader After Sex-for-drugs Bust

Suffolk County Legislator Dr. William Spencer (D-Centerport) has stepped down from his post as leader of the legislature's Democratic majority a day after he was accused of trading pills for sex.

How To Redo Your Home Laundry Room

Laundry room renovations may not top homeowners’ priority lists, but it may be time to give these rooms another look. 

Modernized Lawrence Tudor Asks $2.9M

This recently renovated magnificent Tudor is listed for sale in the Village of Lawrence.

Tristate Governors Discourage Travel Between NY, NJ, and CT To Curb COVID-19

The governors of New York State, New Jersey, and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Tuesday discouraging residents from visiting neighboring states to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.