11 Questions With PUP Guitarist Steve Sladkowski

In anticipation of their Dec. 28 show at The Paramount, we spoke about endless touring, old school video games and his connection to Finn Wolfhard of Stranger Things.

Up to 7 Inches of Snow Forecast for Long Island

The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for most of Suffolk County and a winter weather advisory for Nassau Saturday through Sunday mornings.

How To Handle The Holidays When Faced With Divorce or Separation

The holiday time of the year can be very difficult for families that are facing separation or divorce, especially for families with children.

Long Island’s Most Powerful Women in Business Honored

Nearly 650 people gathered to celebrate as women business and community leaders were honored at the Long Island Power Women in Business Awards.

Long Island Hanukkah Events 2017

Synagogues and Jewish centers across Long Island are hosting an array of events for Hanukkah, the eight-day Festival of Lights that runs Dec. 12-20 this year.

Long Island Press Publisher John Kominicki Dies at 62

John Kominicki
Long Island Press Publisher John Kominicki, whose career in journalism took him around the world before he made his mark on Long Island, died Tuesday night. He was 62.

Dime Community Bank Opens First Long Island Branch in Decades

Dime Community Bank held a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week to celebrate the grand opening of its new Melville branch — the bank’s first location on Long Island in nearly 40 years.

Not In Our Town Photo Contest Aims to Fight Bullying

The Town of North Hempstead and Long Island Press are co-sponsoring an anti-hate photo contest in which elementary, middle or high school students capture images that address bullying.

Historic Bayside Amityville Colonial Asks $1.5M

This stately historic Colonial with exquisite details throughout and a covered front porch to enjoy spectacular views overlooking the Great South Bay in south Amityville is listed for sale.

Activists Sue to Block Planned Fire Island Deer Hunt

Fire Island National Seashore (FINS) managers allegedly broke federal law when they authorized a planned culling of white tail deer, two environmental groups claimed in a lawsuit seeking to block the hunt.

Cat Brothers Luke and Jake Seeking Forever Homes

These cats grew up together and need to go to the same home.

Best of Long Island Spotlight: Top Nonprofit, Charity

Whether it’s the holidays inspiring charitable giving or appeals to squeeze in tax write offs before the New Year, ‘tis the season when Long Islanders are increasingly donating to charities and nonprofits.