Behold, the 17th annual Long Island Press Power List of the top 100 leaders in business, education, philanthropy, unions, and politics.
An ex-Suffolk County corrections officer has been sentenced to five years in prison after admitting to sexually abusing children over a nine-year span, but one of the victims is calling the sentence too lenient.
Wholly MOLI: Long Island is far from a hub for automakers, but a company with headquarters in Woodbury is responsible for creating an exciting new feature in many automobiles, planes, trains, and even buildings.
This nearly century-old Tudor designed by Frank Freeman, who was known as Brooklyn's greatest architect, is listed for sale in the Village of Garden City.
The New Interdisciplinary School held its inaugural Winter Ball at Windows on the Lake in Ronkonkoma on Feb. 13 celebrating the integration of children with and without disabilities.
New details have been released about Bad Education, a movie starring Hugh Jackman about the Roslyn school scandal — one of Long Island's most infamous crimes — that is coming soon to HBO.
Contractors fixing storm damage on Fire Island beaches are being diverted to Florida so they can instead work on a beach near President Donald Trump's country club, stirring a wave of controversy.
“We need to change the law to make it easier, not harder, to join a union,” says John Durso.
OpEd: Let's regulate marijuana and get drug dealers and gangs away from our kids.
OpEd: It’s a thrill writing a column for the Long Island Press again after all these years. For it was at the original Long Island Press where I started writing a column decades ago.