Long Island Native Tapped To Handle Epstein’s Will

A Long Island native is one of the two lawyers that convicted pedophile and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein named to be executor of his nearly $600 million estate before Epstein died.

20th Annual Tiegerman Golf Outing Swings For Charity

The nonprofit Tiegerman Schools and Community Services raised $100,000 at its 20th annual golf outing Monday at Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor.

New Hires and Promotions on Long Island

This month's career moves at Long Island businesses.

What Is The Best Real Estate Agency on Long Island?

Whether searching for a more spacious family home or downsizing for retirement, working with the right real estate agency is essential when making one of the biggest transactions of your life, but which realty is best? 

Hybrid Cargo Boat Forges Farm Produce Shipping Route Between Long Island and Connecticut

 “We’re going to open new markets here,” says Robert Kunkel, who helms The Captain Ben Moore, one of the nation’s first hybrid cargo boats for Harbor Harvest.

Gov: Vote To Decide NY’s Next License Plate

New York license plates are getting an update and the governor is asking residents for their help choosing a new design.

Notable Waterfront Setauket Mid-Century Asks $1M

This Modernist beach-style mid-century home designed by famed architect Julian Neski and offering panoramic views of Smithtown Bay is listed for sale in Setauket.

Stop the Bleed Class Teaches Public How To Keep Victims From Bleeding To Death

Training non-medical professional to stop a shooting or accident victim from bleeding out in the minutes before first responders arrive is a new class called Stop The Bleed.

Petition Urges Cuomo To Sign Hempstead Oversight Bill

Education advocates have formed a petition urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign recently passed legislation that would create an oversight panel to monitor the troubled Hempstead School District. 

Farmingdale State College President Dr. John Nader: Dreaming of Dorms

“About 90 percent of our graduates are gainfully employed within six months of graduation,” says Dr. John Nader, who assumed the presidency of Farmingdale State College three years ago.

FiOS1 News Going Off The Air in November

Long Island will lose one of its two hyper-local cable TV news stations when FiOS1 News goes off the air this fall as Verizon FiOS pulls the plug on its answer to Altice's News12.

Long Island Concerts & Events August 19-22

Ten Years After plays My Father’s Place, Extreme rocks The Paramount, and much more to see and do this week on Long Island!