Summer Reading Suggestions for Kids Ages 3 to Young Adult

This is a summer like no other, camps are limited, and kids are either learning remote or staying close to home.

Fox News Host Sean Hannity And Ex-Anchor Ed Henry Sued For Sexual Harassment, Assault

Deer Park-native ex-Fox News Channel anchor Ed Henry, who was recently fired after being accused of sexual assault, was named Monday in a federal lawsuit along with Franklin Square-raised Sean Hannity, who is being sued for sexual harassment.

Shannan Gilbert’s Family Raising Funds To Have 911 Tape Analyzed

Shannan Gilbert
The family of Shannan Gilbert is holding an online fundraiser to help pay for a voice analysis of the 911 call that the New Jersey woman made the night she vanished, triggering the Long Island Serial Killer investigation.

Few Surprises Among Long Island Primary Wins

National Popular Vote Movement
The results of the June primaries are in, and while most of the frontrunners came out on top, one challenger pulled off an upset on Long Island.

3 Arrested As Protesters Clash in Lindenhurst
Three Black Lives Matter protesters were arrested following an altercation with a pro-police rally this weekend outside Babylon Town Hall in Lindenhurst, Suffolk County police said.

Interfaith Nutrition Network Steps Up To Feed The Neediest Amid Rising Food Insecurity

Although the pandemic has been a shock to the region and the world, the determination of volunteers and staff members at The INN to aid those in need never wavered.

Preparation Key To Getting Divorce, Experts Say

Five experts in various aspects of the divorce field gathered virtually Thursday to share their insights and experience in a webinar called Divorce 101: Love-Law-Finance.

Prominent Long Island Developer Jerry Wolkoff Dies

Renowned and Long Island real estate developer Jerry Wolkoff died Friday of a brief neurological illness, according to a family statement. He was 83.

Long Island Native Charged With Manhattan Tech CEO Murder

Police took a Brooklyn man originally from Long Island into custody on Friday for allegedly tasing, stabbing, and dismembering his former boss in a Lower East Side apartment on July 13, police said. 

Cuomo Warns of Reopening Rollback if New Yorkers Continue Partying in Large Groups

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Monday that local governments and police departments were failing to disband parties that violated social distancing orders and warned that he might need to roll back the state's reopening if that continued.

Now Is The Time For The NY Health Act

OpEd: Our state can set the standard for the country by implementing a just, affordable, and equitable healthcare system.

OpEd: Moving the LIRR Forward Amid The COVID-19 Pandemic

LIRR President: Even as the novel coronavirus slammed New York and affected our own ranks, we’ve been working creatively to embrace new ways to get work done efficiently.