This elegant Colonial overlooking Northport Harbor is listed for sale in the Village of Northport.
A Farmingdale gym owner plans to file what he expects will be a class-action lawsuit to force New York State to allow gyms statewide to reopen from the coronavirus shutdown.
As Long Island entered phase three of reopening from the coronavirus shutdown, local libraries are turning to curbside pickup to help patrons access physical collections without setting foot into the buildings themselves, in accordance with social distancing mandates.
Fairway Market in Plainview is closing after an unsuccessful effort by its parent company to sell it and three other Fairway Market grocery stores after declaring bankruptcy in January.
It’s easy to become disheartened upon reading news about the coronavirus pandemic, but for Southampton and New York City philanthropist Jean Shafiroff, it’s the most important motivation for staying positive, spearheading fundraising, and advocating for her causes.
While Gov. Cuomo has banned overnight camps for the summer, would-be campers have no fear — Long Island summer camps are still offering a plethora of both virtual and on-site options this summer that echo the traditional camp experience.
LIRR President: As we ramp up service to coincide with phased reopenings across Long Island and New York City, the LIRR workforce is working around the clock to keep customers and employees safe.
During those hot summer days and nights on Long Island, an air conditioner is everyone’s best friend. But when it's time to have an air conditioner serviced or replaced, what is the best company to call?
The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut on Wednesday ordered travelers from eight other U.S. states to be quarantined for two weeks on arrival, as COVID-19 infections surged in regions spared the brunt of the initial outbreak.