Waterdrinker Family Farm and Garden in Manorville will bring a bit of Holland to Long Island with its popular annual Tulip Festival on April 17 as the flowers are expected to bloom.
Homebuyers hoping to snag the house of their dreams as moving season returns on Long Island are in for a reality check as the pandemic continues to loom large over the market.
U.S. federal health agencies on Tuesday recommended pausing the use of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose Covid-19 vaccine after six recipients developed a rare disorder involving blood clots.
A spacious, old-world brick colonial house is listed for sale in Oyster Bay.
Regeneron is pursuing U.S. approval for its COVID-19 monoclonal antibody cocktail as a preventative treatment after it helped cut the risk of symptomatic infections in households where someone else is ill, the U.S. drugmaker said on Monday.
Producer, Baldwin native, and Quogue homeowner Scott Rudin, one of the most powerful people in Hollywood, has been accused of physically abusing his assistants over the years, according to an exposé in The Hollywood Reporter.
New Covid-19 vaccine allocations will go directly to colleges and universities in New York, starting with schools in the SUNY and CUNY system, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday.
Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk County helps individuals, couples, and families achieve homeownership one house at a time.
The Sea Cliff/Glen Cove Winter Market's upcoming outdoor market will be held at a new location with a new name on June 5.
Here’s good news if you haven’t yet nominated a company for the 2021 Long Island Press Top Workplaces competition: The deadline has been extended to May 21.
Fairness and equality so eloquently represented in our constitution, and the opportunity of education, and the right to vote enshrined in our laws, must be made true and real for all our citizens.