Booster doses help restore the waning levels of antibodies produced by the original inoculation.
Florida police and the FBI were searching for the fiance of missing Blue Point woman Gabby Petito on Friday, after his family told investigators they had not seen him in three days.
Long Island leaders held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday celebrating what they described as “America’s first suburban” LGBTQ-friendly affordable senior housing complex and LGBTQ community center.
Feline fans, pull out your scratching pads and catnip because this week’s lineup is for you! Head down to your local rescue or shelter to meet a paw-fectly purrfect cat or kitten today!
For the past 50 years, the Long Island Crisis Center (LICC) has provided an invaluable resource to Long Islanders suffering mental health crises: a 24/7 suicide prevention hotline.
Life’s WORC, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism, is celebrating Direct Support Professional Appreciation Week, which runs Sept. 12-18.
Things to do on Long Island this weekend include concerts, comedy shows, a fundraiser fashion show, a film screening, and a celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old traveler from Blue Point who was reported missing to Suffolk Police on Sept. 11, had embarked on a cross-country road trip with her boyfriend, Brian Laundrie, who is refusing to speak with investigators.
During her Wednesday briefing in Albany, Gov. Kathy Hochul urged everyone eligible to get vaccinated as we head into the fall and winter seasons and defended her vaccine mandate for all health care workers in hospitals and nursing homes.