Islanders-Rangers Rivalry’s Return to Nassau Coliseum For First Time in 5 Years Features Smile Train Fundraiser

Aside from the storied Metropolitan Division rivalry returning to Long Island, Thursday will also be dedicated to raising funds for Smile Train, a nonprofit founded by the team's late former owner Charles Wang.

Flushing Bank Opens New Branch in Hicksville

Flushing Bank held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday to celebrate the grand opening of its newest branch in Hicksville.

How To Redesign Your Home With Zen in Mind

While many folks make New Year’s resolutions that revolve around getting a better bod, others choose to look inward and seek ways to find joy and inner peace through meditation and mindfulness.        

Ex-Hempstead Village Trustee Sentenced For Taking Bribes

A former Hempstead Village Trustee has been sentenced to 2 1/3 to 7 years in prison for extorting business owners, ticket fixing, and submitting false pay stubs to obtain a mortgage.

Ebenezer the Traveler Star Visits East Northport Book Club

Jerry Parisi Star of the new TV series Ebenezer the Traveler™ paid a visit Sunday evening to his old town of East Northport to visit the Inner Spirit Yoga Center Book Club’s monthly meeting. 

Take Away the Winter Blues at North Shore Towers

When you live at North Shore Towers and Country Club, you don’t have to go very far to find something to do or be pampered thanks to the wide variety of amenities made available to residents. 

Elegant Cold Spring Harbor Tudor Asks $5.9M

This timeless treasure of a French Normandy-style Tudor is listed for sale in Cold Spring Harbor.

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.