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NFL Sunday Game Day Recipes

Looking to switch from the usual beer and wings you have every Sunday?

Quick & Easy Halloween Costumes with a Cardboard Box or Hoodie

Halloween is only weeks away! Here are some quick and easy costume ideas to make for kids and adults.

Fall Home Brewing for Beginners

Thinking of taking up home brewing as your next hobby? Here's an idea of what's in store for you.

Body of Missing Kayaker found in Lake Ronkonkoma

The person had gone missing on August 14.

What the Ice Bucket Challenge is Actually Doing for ALS

The social media craze has raised millions for ALS research.

Long Island Museums that are Great for Kids

There are over 100 museums to choose from on Long Island!

Where to Watch the World Cup on Long Island

Here’s a few great sports bars on Long Island where you can catch the games.

Do It Yourself Road Trip Emergency Kit

You never know what’s going to happen on the road, be prepared with this kit that you can easily put together.

Study Finds Vegetarians Have Poorer Health than Meat-Eaters

A vegetarian diet may have some significantly negative effects on your health, according to Austrian researchers.

Cuomo Holds Summit Benefiting Veterans and Military Families in New York

Providing jobs, affordable housing and educational opportunities for veterans and military families were on the summit's agenda.

National Grid Employee Linked to Two LI Gas Explosions

An investigation found errors made by a National Grid employee before two gas explosions in 2011 and 2012.

Family Finds Rat Baked In King Kullen Cake

A man celebrating his 96th birthday found what appeared to be a rat tail his German apple ring cake.

Senate Passes Flood Insurance Premium-Relief Bill

Schumer urges the House to follow suit on bill affecting tens of thousands of New Yorkers.

MTA Awarded $886.3 Million to Repair Sandy Damages

Approximately $145 million will go towards LIRR projects.

Albertson Fire Causes LIRR Delays

Fire at a condo complex suspended service at the Oyster Bay branch.

Cuomo Signs Bill Establishing New State License for ABA Providers for Patients with Autism

The new law will help families and individuals with autism find quality ABA providers.

Body of Jovan Belcher, Former NFL Player from LI, Exhumed for Brain Examination

Belcher’s family wants a better insight into why he shot his girlfriend and took his own life.

Search Suspended for Long Island Man Missing Off New Jersey Coast

Vincent Tangorra of Bethpage has been missing since Thursday.

Mangano’s ProAct Prescription Program Saves Residents More Than $1.5 Million

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano’s prescription discount program was implemented in May 2012.

Sachem Students' Personal Information Leaked to the Web

It is unclear how the confidential information was posted.
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