Despite a few bumps, Long Island's economy is doing well and should continue its smooth sailing through the end of this year, thanks in large part to growing health care and technology sectors, according to a panel of local business leaders.
Larger Than Life held its annual Long Island fundraising event on Feb. 5 in Old Westbury to support the charity’s bigger programs, such as annual trips to Disney, summer camps, and a unique pre-K school for children with cancer.
Judge Jack Weinstein, a Great Neck resident who is the nation's longest-serving federal judge and the last current judge appointed by President Lyndon Johnson, retired Monday after 53 years on the bench.
American Community Bank held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its Glen Cove branch to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
City National Bank, through its Reading is The way up® literacy program, has donated $5,000 to the Book Fairies, a Freeport-based nonprofit organization that donates new and gently used books to underprivileged communities across Long Island, the New York Metro area, and overseas.
A proposed $35 million mixed-use, transit-oriented development that would include 60 apartments and 12,000 square feet of retail space is currently up for debate in downtown Roslyn.
Michael Lohan, father of actress Lindsay Lohan, was arrested Monday for allegedly assaulting his estranged wife in her Southampton home, Southampton Village Police said.
The West Babylon Chamber of Commerce held its 2020 kickoff party and annual meeting at the Squadron 1634-West Babylon-Deer Park Sons of The American Legion on Jan. 29.