Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman signed an executive order Wednesday stating that Nassau County Police Department must release daily reports on each arrested individual’s pending criminal case and bail status.
With the roster almost back to 100% and finally jelling, the Islanders are showing the sort of form and resiliency that made them back-to-back Stanley Cup semifinalists.
Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! We all know that handmade cards from your little ones are always the best kind of gift, and we have some creative ideas that will make your cards a little more special this year!
Feeling a congressional midterm red wave, New York State Republican gubernatorial candidates and statewide officials took off the gloves in denouncing both Gov. Kathy Hochul’s record state budget and her massive fundraising haul in the latest filing period.
During National Catholic Schools Week, many Catholic institutions on Long Island will host open houses and sponsor recruitment campaigns for the upcoming school year.
New York Attorney General Letitia James said late on Tuesday that former U.S. President Donald J. Trump's family business misrepresented the value of its assets to obtain loans and other financial benefits, citing "significant" new evidence of fraudulent or misleading practices.
The 2022 Miss Long Island and Miss Long Island Teen Queens have been crowned! J&L Dream Productions, Inc., was proud to announce the newest Long Island Queens on Jan. 16 at the Madison Theatre at Molloy College.
Popular New York City artisanal ice cream seller A La Mode Shoppe, which is getting set to open a new location at 35 Newtown Lane between Main Street and Park Place in the Village of East Hampton this spring, comes to town with a fascinating story behind the successful business.
Gov. Kathy Hochul unveiled her proposed $216 billion budget for New York State Tuesday, aiming to direct billions in public money toward rebuilding infrastructure, education, and healthcare.
Confidence among U.S. single-family homebuilders slipped in January after four straight monthly increases, and builders called for a new softwood lumber agreement with Canada to ease shortages and lower prices, a survey showed on Tuesday.