Pols Blast PSEG-LI For Delays In Restoring Power To Medically Vulnerable People After Isaias

Nine days after Tropical Storm Isaias left many without power on Long Island, lawmakers are demanding that the utility improve its process for prioritizing restoration to customers who are medically vulnerable.

Winters Center For Autism in West Babylon Will Create Job Opportunities For Adults With Developmental Disabilities

With hard-hats donned and shovels in hand, local officials ceremoniously broke ground Tuesday on the nonprofit Winters Center for Autism’s new campus in West Babylon. 

Shark Sightings Resume at Long Island Beaches

Sharks once again prompted temporary bans on swimming at some ocean beaches on the South Shore of Nassau County in recent days.

3 Long Island Catholic Schools Closing Down

Due to declining enrollment and significant pandemic-related financial strain, three Catholic schools on Long Island won’t be reopening next month as they have closed permanently, according to the Diocese of Rockville Centre. 

The North Fork Country Kids Animal Rescue Holds Fifth Annual Rescue Vixen Fundraising Calendar Shoot

The nonprofit North Fork Country Kids Animal Rescue, its founder, and the group's friends shot last weekend its fifth annual Rescue Vixen fundraising calendar, all while practicing social distancing.

What Is The Best Indian Restaurant on Long Island?

Indian cuisine has become quite popular on Long Island as more and more restaurants dedicated to this country’s cuisine have been popping up, but which local Indian restaurant is the best?

Cuomo Adds 2 More States To NY Travel Advisory

Gov. Andrew Cuomo added on Tuesday two more states from where travelers to New York State need to quarantine for 14 days to curb the spread of coronavirus.

The Great Migration: How The Pandemic Is Boosting Competition in The Long Island Housing Market

The Long Island residential real estate market has bid farewell to the coronavirus-driven slump and said hello to a pandemic-inducted boom. 

Bayfront Massapequa Smart Home With Backyard Putting Green Asks $2.3M

This flawless Contemporary smart home boasting panoramic views of South Oyster Bay and a waterfront backyard putting green is listed for sale in Massapequa.

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Seeking Donations

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway is seeking donations to go towards the purchase of equipment for its new Women’s Health Center that is scheduled to open in 2021. 

New York Institute of Technology Trains the Next Generation of Physicians, Treats Patients in Need 

In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, New York Tech is continuing to focus on innovation in health and wellness.

PSEG-LI Now Says Last of Isaias Outages Restored Wednesday

PSEG-Long Island again revised the date it will finish restoring power that Tropical Storm Isasias knocked out, extending the deadline from Monday to Wednesday.