Tag: Long Island
Beginning March 7, employers and employees in Nassau or Suffolk counties are eligible to nominate their company — or any company — in the Top Workplaces competition, as long as the workplace has more than 50 employees.
Animal shelters and rescues have been inundated with new residents lately, many of which are seniors.
Mom’s Ceramics Studio in Massapequa, which made headlines at the start of the coronavirus pandemic for creating ceramic angels and delivering them to hospitals to boost healthcare heroes' spirits, is now fighting to keep its doors open.
While residents can support a business by being customers, one Long Island high school student is doing more — raising funds.
A group of civil rights advocates presented their plans for “reimagining public safety and policing on Long Island” to the Nassau County Legislature on Wednesday, 36 days before the county must submit its final police reform plan to New York State under Executive Order 203.
A Queens family is fighting for the immediate release of their father Edward Alonso Castillo, co-owner of Babylon Bagel, from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody, as they worry his health is quickly deteriorating while being held in jail for nearly a month.
Television star and comedian Kevin James, a Mineola native, praised Long Island’s pizza and egg sandwiches during an episode of Hot Ones that hit YouTube on Feb. 11.
“Cedar Hill,” the Muttontown mansion of billionaire Brooks Brothers CEO Claudio Del Vecchio, is listed for sale.