Long Island Community, Charity & Cause News Coverage

Weather Alert(1)!
"Special Weather Statement" Temperatures were in the lower to mid 20s early this morning...and will be slowly rising to above freezing around midday. Expect snow to remain on untreated surface...along with patchy black ice. Please exercise caution when traveling. 256 am EDT sun Mar 29 2015 Light snow has ended with some light snow across areas of western Suffolk County. Temperatures will remain in the mid 20s into early this morning...rising above freezing around midday. Expect snow to remain on untreated surface...with patchy black ice on surface where melting occurred earlier and refroze...into Sunday morning. Please exercise caution when traveling. -- Sunday Mar.29 15,10:00 AM Weather  |  LIRR  |  Traffic  |  Traffic Cams |  Weather News

 

Sections


Archives


Business

If you're actively involved in the community, or you care about local Long Island charities and causes, make sure to keep in the know with Long Island's Community articles. Focusing on issues that matter most to the local community at large, these articles provide you with information about the good works of local charities, as well as the issues that matter to Long Islanders most.

Upcoming Spring Car Shows Happening All Across the Island

Enjoy a fun-filled day at one of these local car shows happening this Spring!

Mangano Announces World War II Historical Encampment At Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Mangano Announces World War II Historical Encampment At Old Bethpage Village Restoration.

Legislator Anker Honors Lax-Out Cancer

On March 19, Legislator Anker attended Shoreham-Wading River’s Seventh Annual Lax-Out Cancer Fundraiser kickoff at Applebee’s in Miller Place.

Upcoming Spring Runs and Walks That the Entire Family Can Participate in Together

Break out the sneakers and sign up for a local run or walk on Long Island!

Pride for Youth Launches Groundbreaking PrEP Program to Combat HIV/AIDS on Long Island

Pride for Youth (a program of Long Island Crisis Center), a leader in HIV prevention on Long Island since its inception in 1993, has launched a groundbreaking PrEP Assessment & Monitoring Program for young gay and bisexual ...

Suspect Wanted for Stealing Donation Jar from Lindenhurst Shop

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police First Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the person who stole a donation jar from an auto repair shop in Lindenhurst this ...

Hot Spots: Weekend Watch for Irish Celebration, Spring Craft Beer Festival & Comedy Performances

Spring has begun, and it's time to spring into some fun entertainment for the weekend!

Nassau County SPCA to Advocate for Miss Harper in Criminal Court Tomorrow

The Nassau County SPCA will have advocacy members attend Nassau County Criminal Court Part 98 in Mineola tomorrow on behalf of Miss Harper, a dog that was found in September of 2013 with her back leg and ...

Fun and Free Events on Long Island this April and May

Here are the best events you can enjoy in the next couple of months - without having to pay!

Spring Nature Programs at Local Parks and Preserves

Get outside and open your mind with these educational experiences to learn about creatures ranging from seals to bats!

Hot Spots: Weekend Watch for Irish Festival, Bacon Fest, Jay Leno & Music Tributes

It's time to get into Spring fun mode with a jam-packed schedule of events this weekend, including Irish festivals, Bacon Fest, comedy shows and performances, and much more!

Silver Alert Issued for East Islip Man Suffering from Cerebral Palsy & Mental Illness

The Suffolk County Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for a missing East Islip man who has cerebral palsy and mental illness.

Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta and LI Cares Visit Veterans

Legislator Robert Trotta and a nutritionist from Long Island Cares served a group of veterans venison sliders and an apple for a nutritious and healthy dinner.

Schumer: At Least 95,000 Utility Poles on Long Island Treated with Highly Toxic Chemical

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer today called on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to immediately investigate the specific use of pentachlorophenol, a toxic wood preservative, on utility poles throughout Long Island and urged PSEG Long Island ...

Grab Your 2015 Empire Passport and Enjoy the Best Parks and Beaches Year-Round!

Get your hands on this year’s Empire Pass for year-round access to some of the best parks and recreation facilities.

Spring 2015: Celebrate the Season with these Upcoming Festivals and Fairs on LI

It may still be chilly outside, but spring is just around the corner!

Join the Hunt: Top Easter Egg Hunts Around Long Island

Take your kids to a great community-wide egg hunt, and snap a photo with the Easter Bunny!

Hot Spots: Weekend Watch for Circus Fun, Pet Expo & Other Performances

It's a weekend packed with fun for the entire family with these events and performances!

Are You Prepared? Take Sustainable Long Island's Storm Readiness Assessment

Sustainable Long Island has been awarded a $10,000 grant from State Farm to develop and launch a Disaster Preparedness Program.

Suffolk County Police Warn of Dangers of Melting Ice

With warmer temperatures in the forecast, the Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau is reminding the public of ice safety tips.
Advertisement
Advertise With Us
 
Lyndsay McCabe is a freelance writer and regular contributor to LongIsland.com's News Section. She is a Long Island native who graduated ...
 
Wendy Lau is a native New Yorker. She currently covers the Hot Spots & Night Life section's "Weekly Watch" and "Weekend ...
 
Eric Anderson is a freelance journalist from Babylon, NY. A native Long Islander, Eric graduated from the State University of New ...
 
Kelly Tenny is a native Long Islander began writing for LongIsland.com in the Spring of 2014. She received her B.A. in ...
 
Chelsea attended St. Joseph's College with a Major in English and a concentration in Journalism, and plans on returning to her ...
 
View Full List »
 
 
Open Feedback Dialog