Brentwood Woman Charged With Sending Money to ISIS

A Brentwood woman was arrested Wednesday for allegedly laundering more than $85,000 using Bitcoin and sending it to ISIS, the international terrorist organization based in Syria and Iraq, federal prosecutors said.

Newly Built North Merrick Dutch Colonial Asks $1.2M

This newly built Hamptons Dutch Gambrel style Colonial looks dazzling on the outside, is energy efficient on the inside and is listed for sale in North Merrick.

Voting Ends December 15 in Best of Long Island Contest

This is your last chance until to cast your vote until the next contest in fall 2018!

Port Jefferson: From Shipbuilding Hub to Tourist Haven

A thriving hub for tourism on Long Island’s North Shore, drawing countless ferry-goers, shoppers, diners and bar patrons to the village’s brimming enclave.

Zeldin Talks Foreign Affairs at LIU Post

U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) stopped by the Global Institute at LIU Post in Brookville this week to discuss current issues facing the nation and hot topics pending in Congress.

Best of Long Island Spotlight: Top Shopping Destinations

The holiday season is upon us, which means there is little time left to buy gifts for our loved ones, but Long Island is full of places to score a last-minute present.

Women, Dems Make Inroads in Long Island Elections

Shattered glass ceilings abound in local halls of power.

Bloods Member Charged in 2007 North Bellport Murder

A reputed member of the Bloods street gang has been indicted for allegedly shooting and killing a 15-year-old boy in the victim’s hometown of North Bellport a decade ago, federal authorities said.

Lessons for Modern Life Found in Ancient Story of Hanukkah

Things that are truly important in life, are often not easily attainable.

47-acre Lloyd Neck Estate With Helipad Asks $55M

This sprawling estate with a 25-room Sassafras Tudor overlooking the Long Island Sound and amenities second to none is listed for sale in Lloyd Neck.

Judaica Dealer’s Menorah Pays it Forward for Local Holocaust Center

Call her the mensch who saved Chanukah.

Four Long Island Mobsters Charged With Racketeering, Feds Say
Four Long Island men are among seven reputed mobsters arrested for allegedly running loansharking, illegal gambling and drug dealing rings on LI and in Brooklyn over the past three years, authorities said.