Long Island’s Human Trafficking Crisis Thrives in Shadows

Slavery impacted every community of Long Island until New York State formally abolished the practice in 1827, historians say. But a different form of slavery exists on Long Island today — often under the radar.

The Irishman, Filmed on Long Island, In 3-Way Tie For Second-most 2020 Oscar Nominations

Director Martin Scorsese’s epic organized crime saga The Irishman, which was partly filmed on Long Island, is in a three-way tie for second-most 2020 Academy Award nominations with World War I drama 1917 and Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time ... in Hollywood.

Long Islanders Show Solidarity in March Against Anti-Semitism in Mineola

More than 2,500 Long Islanders from an array of backgrounds filled the streets of Mineola for the March Against Anti-Semitism to show solidarity following a recent spate of hate crimes targeting the Jewish community.

Long Island MacArthur Airport Main Terminal Getting $1M Upgrade

The funding will go toward revitalizing LIMA's baggage claim area, roof, and vestibule, according to the Town of Islip, which operates the airport.

Let There Be Light: Tips to Brighten Up Your Home

Inside Job: To add light to your home, consider all the elements, from walls to windows, that can enhance it.

Long Island Motorcyclists Raise $17K For Kids With Cancer

Nearly 600 motorcyclists helped raise more than $17,000 by riding Jan. 5 in the 17th Annual WBAB Cold Finger Run fundraiser benefiting Camp Adventure, a summer camp for children with cancer run by the Copiague-based nonprofit Kids Need More.

Water Quantity, Not Just Quality, Of Concern on Long Island

OpEd: There’s been increasing concern over the years about chemical contaminants in the island’s water supply, but quantity is an equivalent problem.

Lindsay Lohan’s Mom, Dina Lohan, Arrested for DWI Again

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Dina Lohan, mother of actress Lindsay Lohan, was arrested this weekend for allegedly driving while intoxicated near her Merrick home, Nassau County police confirmed.

Meet The Chefs Cooking Up Taste The Greats, Long Island’s Newest Food Festival

In preparation for Taste the Greats, the new food festival celebrating all things sweet and savory from Long Island’s leading chefs this March, here are five of the chefs who will be among the stars of the show!

15 Cats, Dogs Waiting To Warm You Up This Winter

Nothing beats the winter blues like snuggling up with a new furry friend.

Long Islanders Push Back Against Hate Amid Anti-Semitism Crisis

Recent local high-profile hate crimes have many on edge. The incidents prompted formation of a new task force against anti-Semitism and solidarity marches in New York City and on Long Island.

Soundfront Sands Point Mediterranean-style Mansion Asks $5.9M

This stunning Spanish-style Mediterranean masterpiece set on a picturesque piece of property overlooking the Long Island Sound is listed for sale on Cornwells Beach Road in the Village of Sands Point.