Gersh Opening 5 Centers For Kids With Autism on Long Island

Five new centers dedicated to providing behavioral services to the growing number of children on the autism spectrum are opening on Long Island, including what's billed as the first-ever beach-based facility, officials said.

Stunning Bayport Victorian With Historic Charm Asks $799,000

This lovely Victorian that harkens back to a bygone era with its mahogany ceiling in the dining room is listed for sale in the Village of Bayport.

Love Lessons From Long-lasting Long Island Couples

A good marriage does not mean a perfect marriage.

“In the Still of the Night” Tops Love Song Survey

The poll was conducted by the hosts of The Grooveyard, a radio show that celebrates oldies each Saturday night on WCWP-FM 88.1 FM in Brookville.

John Coltrane: Speaking to Our Souls

At his home in Dix Hills, John Coltrane composed his Grammy award-winning album A Love Supreme. The work’s spiritual tone captured the essence of a world protesting war amid the emerging pride of African Americans seeking to honor their heritage and contributions to American culture. Coltrane’s composition changed the world of jazz forever.

Long Island Concerts & Events February 18-21

Dane Cook cracks up The Paramoun, Al Di Meola plays The Space at Westbury Theatre, and much more to see and do this week on Long Island!

New Suffolk Plows Ready for Snow

“Residents can rest assured that we are ready.”

Celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio Opens Small Batch in Garden City

Seasoned restaurateur, author, and lead judge and executive producer on Bravo’s Top Chef, Colicchio has been in the business for more than two decades. His latest venture is Garden City’s rustic, 180-seat Small Batch.

Nassau Democrats Announce 2019 Candidates

Nassau Democrats held their party convention Wednesday as they aim to increase their recent gains, most notably with one candidate switching from Republican to Democrat to challenge Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino.

Project Warmth: Long Island’s Emergency Heat Safety Net

Since its inception in 1994, Project Warmth has provided more than $10 million in emergency funding to more than 94,000 children and adults.

Funeral Set for Fallen NYPD Detective From Long Island

Arrangements have been set for the funeral of a 42-year-old New York City police detective from Calverton was fatally struck by friendly fire at the scene of a robbery in Queens this week.

Stately Garden City Georgian Colonial Asks $2.9M

This magnificent Georgian Colonial perfect for entertaining and overlooking a golf course is listed for sale in the Village of Garden City.