By Lyndsay McCabe March 28, 2013
Raymond Roth is back in custody after attempting to kidnap women by impersonating a police officer in Freeport.
By Long Island News & PR March 09, 2013
Auditions for NYCinMA & NYCinLI, 6 week musical theater summer intensive programs, are coming up on March 23rd & 24th.
By Long Island News & PR March 06, 2013
NYCinLI, a 6 week musical theater summer intensive program created by Michael Jacobs Vocal Studio, is being hosted at the Dance Loft this summer.
By Cait Russell March 05, 2013
Denis A. Miller Insurance Agency is pleased to welcome NYS licensed insurance broker Garrett Guttenberg to its team of expert professionals.
By Long Island News & PR March 05, 2013
Thursday, March 21 at Magnolia Senior Center - hosted by Farmingdale State College Horticulture Committee.
By Vickie Moller March 04, 2013
After investment banking firm Cantor Fitzgerald lost 658 of its 960 employees in the 2001World Trade Center attacks, the company's Chairman and CEO, Howard W. Lutnick, and his sister, Edie Lutnick, co-founded The Cantor Fitzgerald ...
By Vickie Moller February 28, 2013
For the past six years, TV producer Liam Murphy has been recruiting well-known celebrities to appear in "REAL Change--Artists for Education," a television special due to air in April to celebrate the teachers who made ...
By Vickie Moller February 26, 2013
The City of Long Beach is facing one of the biggest reconstruction projects on Long Island in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy--rebuilding it's more than two-mile long Boardwalk that was severely damaged by the storm, ...
By Lyndsay McCabe February 11, 2013
As Long Islanders attempt to get back to business as usual, freezing rain and some unplowed roads lead to numerous school and business closures.
By Lyndsay McCabe February 10, 2013
The LIE will be closed from Exit 57 to Exit 73 until 5 p.m., but most state roads have reopened, and service has returned to particular branches of the LIRR.
By Vickie Moller January 11, 2013
The Long Island Volunteer Center, a volunteer-run agency established in 1992 to provide, promote and support volunteer service on Long Island, will host a week-long book and school supply drive at the Long Island Voluntary ...
By Eric Anderson January 06, 2013
Hurricane Sandy left the boardwalk unusable.
By Amy Gernon December 17, 2012
Governor Cuomo delivered more than $40 million in FEMA reimbursement funding for Nassau County and the City of Long Beach to help pay for debris removal following Superstorm Sandy.
By Amy Gernon November 25, 2012
For the first time since Superstorm Sandy, and after hundreds of repairs, the Long Beach branch of the LIRR will be operating with electric service at a near-normal schedule.
By Amy Gernon November 12, 2012
Two weeks after Hurricane Sandy, the Long Island Rail Road continues to operate with some cancellations and diverted trains due to temporary repairs in Amtrak's East River tunnels.
By Hannah M. June 08, 2012
Proceeds bring wounded, ill and injured soldiers and their families to Long Beach this summer