Although Long Island had a brief reprieve from rain this week, Thursday night and Friday are expected to be stormy, with a flood advisory going into effect at 2 a.m. on Friday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Nestled among lush North Shore greenery and resting alongside the serene and scenic harbor that bears its name, the historic hamlet of Oyster Bay is among the most picturesque areas on all of Long Island.
A man who climbed the platform at a campaign event in western New York last year and grappled with Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor charge of assaulting a federal officer.
The Suffolk Association of Municipal Employees (AME), the county’s largest public sector union with 6,000 active and 4,000 retired workers, has endorsed Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine for Suffolk County Executive.
Parker Jewish Institute President and CEO Michael N. Rosenblut was honored Sept. 27 by Voices of Truth and Humanity with a Humanitarian Award. The award was presented to Rosenblut during the fourth annual Remembrance Awards dinner, at Woodbury’s Crest Hollow Country Club.
Latin American cuisine is just as one would imagine it to be: delicious and savory, with a spicy little kick in every bite, and heavily influenced by corn-based foods like tortillas, along with beans, rice, salsas and a wide variety of meats. But what is the best Latin American restaurant on Long Island?
Business, labor, environmentalist, and government leaders will power Long Island Energy Conference panel discussions to illuminate audiences on how the region can plug into emerging renewable electricity production in Commack on Oct. 12.