There's nothing like the smell of a fresh pine, fir, or spruce tree — especially when it's hand-picked on a farm with your family. Find this year's tree at one of these Christmas tree farms on Long Island.
The story of the official first Thanksgiving is not what you may think.
The U.S. Supreme Court late on Wednesday backed Christian and Jewish houses of worship challenging New York State's latest restrictions in novel coronavirus hot spots.
It’s no secret that the economic upheaval caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on us all, but an effect some might not realize is the resulting intensified and increased need among hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders.
Multiple people connected to Tellers steakhouse in Islip have been diagnosed with coronavirus and recent patrons may have been exposed, Suffolk County health officials warned Wednesday.
Though commercial airlines have seen an unprecedented decline in travelers during the pandemic, people do still want to fly, and private charter flight companies are making that happen, according to Nick Tarascio, CEO of Ventura Air Services.
A New York City police officer from Seaford was arrested Wednesday for allegedly shooting his wife's personal trainer after the cop caught the two cheating last year, according to Nassau County prosecutors and reports.
It’s been a ruff year, and with the holidays right around the corner, it’s time to set your sights on that purrfect gift for your furry companion. Here are some great gift ideas to help make your pets' howliday season furry and bright.
A roundup of Long Island's best antique store, hobby shop, jeweler, and more.