New Shop Small Scavenger Hunt Offers Prizes For Small Business Saturday Shoppers

A new Shop Small Scavenger Hunt is offering fun incentives for shoppers who patronize locally owned stores and restaurants this holiday shopping season.

Perry Como: The Man Who Invented Casual

In 1946, the Comos and their children settled in Sands Point near Port Washington on Long Island’s North Shore. After his passing at age 88 in 2001, Main Street was renamed “Perry Como Avenue” during Pride in Port week.

Bank of America Donates $200,000 to Life’s WORC

Life’s WORC and United Veterans Beacon House have been named as the 2019 Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® awardees for Long Island.

Cat Found Shot With BB Pellets While Pregnant Among Pets Up For Adoption on Long Island

November is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month, and a great reason to celebrate and promote the adoption of older animals who are most often calmer, gentler and already trained!

7 Alternatives To Traditional Burials

It used to be that when you died, you were either put to rest in a casket or cremated. But nowadays, those looking for no-traditional burial options have plenty to choose from.

Taste and Style of Mineola Raises Funds For Village Organizations

The annual Taste and Style of Mineola fundraiser for nonprofits within the village returned to Jericho Terrace on Nov. 14.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2019 Guide

Fifty million TV viewers typically watch the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade from home, but the experience pales in comparison to watching the floats, entertainers and celebrity performers live, curbside in Manhattan.

Long Island Christmas & Holiday Events 2019

The most wonderful time of year is back with all the holiday-themed fun that comes with it.

Clavin Unseats Hempstead Supervisor Gillen in Recount

Democratic Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen conceded Thursday the election to Republican challenger Don Clavin, who recaptured the town's top job in the GOP stronghold.

Despite Crackdown, Patient Brokers Continue Exploiting Addicts

A year after New York State made it illegal to financially benefit from referring patients to addiction treatment programs, so-called “patient brokers” have found new ways of targeting desperate customers.

Old Westbury Estate Designed By Famed Architect Asks $4.5M

This classic Gold Coast mansion built by famed architect Thomas Hastings, who designed the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, among many other things, is listed for sale in the Village of Old Westbury.

Marty Lyons Foundation Hosts Benefit Concert

Billy Joel's original backing band, The Lords of 52nd Street, headlined The Marty Lyons Foundation Benefit Concert at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on Nov. 2.