It’s cold outside. And for many Long Islanders, one of the best things about the times of cold weather is Long Island’s lovely red wines, like the 2019 Channing Daughters Rosso Fresco.
Fogo De Chão gives a nod to the country its founders, Arri and Jair Coser, grew up in with its passion fruit caipirinha, a Brazilian cocktail.
Check out these lovely cats and dogs waiting to be adopted from Long Island animal shelters.
New York continues to see a decrease in Covid-19 cases as the state gradually recovers from the winter holiday surge of Omicron, with the positivity rate dipping below 10% for the first time in a month, Gov. Kathy Hochul said at a visit to Brookhaven National Laboratories on Friday.
The FBI has determined that Brian Laundrie was solely responsible for killing his fiance, 22-year-old Blue Point native Gabby Petito, in Wyoming this summer and considers the case closed, authorities said Friday.
Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposal to increase funding for environmental projects such as Long Island’s fledging offshore wind farm industry was inspired by witnessing toxic pollutants contaminate her native Buffalo as a child.
Gov. Kathy Hochul responded on Friday to reports of two Long Island school districts going against the statewide Covid-19 mask mandate in schools.
In the early 1900s, Long Island went beyond showing shorts and feature-length movies: It took the action to the next level when it became location central for film production, not suspecting that after a few short years Hollywood would become the world capital of the commercial movie industry.
New coronavirus cases are falling in parts of the United States hardest hit by the fast-spreading Omicron variant, according to a Reuters analysis of public health data, offering an early indication the virus might once again be on retreat.
Eighty percent of New Yorkers living in the metro area say the government should be doing more to make Covid testing widely available and has failed in the effort thus far, results from a new poll reveal.
The U.S. government will make 400 million non-surgical "N95" masks from its strategic national stockpile available for free to the public starting next week, a White House official said, as the Biden administration tries to curb the Covid-19 pandemic.