Long Island Press Seeking Interns for 2019

The Long Island Press is seeking interns to work in the editorial department of the region's premier news and lifestyle publication covering Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Levy: Schools, Parents Should Protect Kids From MS-13

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OpEd: How foolish must parents and administrators at a Huntington school district feel after banishing an anti-gang school resource officer, only to then see an assault on their students by alleged MS 13 gang members?

Where Is The Best Place To Get Fit On Long Island?

Best of Long Island Spotlight: The region's top places to get in shape.

NY Lawmakers Pass Election Reform Measures

On the first day of the 2019 legislative session in Albany, both chambers of the new York State Legislature acted to bring sweeping reform to the state’s antiquated voting laws.

United Way of Long Island Builds House Of The Future in Patchogue

The modest Farm Ranch-style dwelling may seem like an ordinary three-bedroom, two-bath home with a yard, although it’s anything but ordinary.

How To Get Organized And Declutter in 2019

’Tis the season to get organized. The new year means new beginnings, so it’s a perfect time to start fresh, declutter and create more space.

Jay Jacobs Tapped To Lead NY Democratic Committee

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Nassau County Democratic Chairman Jay Jacobs is slated to begin his second stint as leader of the New York State Democratic Committee, officials announced Monday.

LL Cool J: The Best Is Yet To Come

Bay Shore-native hip-hop artist and actor LL Cool J talks up his free basketball camp, Jump and Ball, that aims to keep kids out of trouble.

Long Island Concerts & Events January 14-17

Buddy opens at John W. Engeman Theater, author Katie Duffy Schumacher hits the Book Revue and much more to see and do on Long Island this week!

Coming Soon: Nassau Hub Development

OpEd: Successful Hub development will show the the world that Nassau is not the land of no.

Drinking To Remember With Lola’s Butter Me Up

This craft cocktail devised a popular Mediterranean restaurant in Great Neck brings back warm and cozy memories.

Hempstead Review Finds Progress, But Problems Remain

In his first annual report on the Hempstead School District, New York State-appointed adviser Jack Bierwirth painted a positive picture while emphasizing much work remains in the academically struggling, gang- and corruption-plagued district.