Long Island Summer Camps Pivot for a COVID-19 Season, Campinar Panelists Say

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 Keeps Up With Growing Demand While Protecting Riders

Long Island Rail Road
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.

3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island

New to the Long Island dining scene are Sorriso in Garden City Park, The Purple Elephant in Northport, and Anzai in East Meadow.

OneKeyMLS Replaces MLSLI Website

OneKey Multiple Listing Service has launched its new real estate website, OneKeyMLS.com, which replaced the popular Multiple Listing Service of Long Island portal.

What Is The Best Air Conditioning Company on Long Island?

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?

Tri-State Governors Order Quarantine of Visitors From Coronavirus Hot Spot States

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.

Long Island Enters Phase 3 of Reopening

Long Island officially entered phase three of reopening from the coronavirus shutdown on Wednesday.

Hamptons Leaders Question Cuomo’s Comments on Social Distancing Violations

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman pushed back against Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s claims of the Hamptons of being a “problem” area in regards to executing safe reopening protocols from the coronavirus shutdown.

Small Businesses Face Uphill Battle In Getting Forgivable Loans

Big banks obtained the lion’s share of Small Business Administration (SBA) loans, including many smaller ones. Still, numerous small business representatives believe larger banks prioritized larger loans with bigger commissions per loan.

Protesters Call for Removal of Robert Moses Statue

Robert Moses
While all over the United States protests have been held demanding the removal of statues commemorating individuals who were racist — notably Confederate figures — nearly 100 people demonstrated for the removal of the statue of New York public works and parks czar Robert Moses in Babylon. 

Trump Administration Aims To End Dreamers Immigration Program In Six Months

The Trump administration is determined to end the Dreamers program that protects immigrants who entered the United States illegally as children within the next six months, the acting head of the Department of Homeland Security said on Sunday.

John Cassavetes: The Father of Indie Films

Rear View: "Wouldn't it be terrific if [ordinary] people could make movies, instead of all these Hollywood bigwigs who are only interested in business and how much the picture was going to gross and everything?” Director John Cassavetes asked.