By Christian Abbatecola January 03, 2014
Snowfall totals from the morning reached as high as 12 inches on parts of the Island.
By Sharon Lindell November 27, 2013
Santa is a pretty amazing man! Because of the holiday spirit, Santa is capable of being in many places before giving out toys on Christmas night. Santa will be on Long Island up until Christmas, ...
By Long Island News & PR November 25, 2013
Ambulance 3-28-16 was dedicated to to Lifetime Member Michael J. Ferrara for his consistent leadership.
By Sharon Lindell November 20, 2013
The holidays are not only about getting gifts, but also giving back to our communities. Check out the local charities and charity events that you can give to this year.
By Wendy L October 25, 2013
It's nearly one year since Superstorm Sandy hit damaging many homes on Long Island. Some in Suffolk County are taking advantage of the state's buyout program, which provides as much as $729,750 for single-family homes ...
By Long Island News & PR October 09, 2013
Today Bill Lindsay, son of Former Presiding Officer Bill Lindsay and candidate for Suffolk County Legislator called on Anthony Musumeci to return thousands of dollars in campaign contributions that he took from developers and construction ...
By Sandra Stelmach September 27, 2013
With the official beginning of Fall now come and gone, Long Island is starting to get into the swing of things as we enter October with tons of fall festivals and fairs and family fun ...
By Long Island News & PR September 25, 2013
ADRC’s Executive Director and CEO, Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, announced today that twenty-seven sites across Nassau and Suffolk will participate in the Center’s 2013/2014 Art Expression Program developed for individuals with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease.
By Cait Russell September 19, 2013
Countless locals and tourists traveling to and from Long Island via ferry each day - making a thorough, up to date schedule resource vital for Long Islanders looking to take the ferry to Fire Island, ...
By Lyndsay McCabe September 03, 2013
If approved, 4,400 homes on the South Shore from Fire Island to Montauk Point will be raised at no cost to the home owner.
By Long Island News & PR August 27, 2013
A man was caught breaking into cars at the Seaford Festival in West Sayville.
By Joe Randazzo August 27, 2013
Joel Grassman was arrested for knocking down power lines and causing a mass outage in Nassau County.
By Wendy L August 26, 2013
Female pedestrians and motorists in Patchogue, Blue Point and Sayville were the target of Rian Loper's indecent exposures and acts of public lewdness. Police are continuing to investigate and are asking for the public's help.
By Sharon Lindell August 07, 2013
On August 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, LongIsland.com had the privilege of being part of Sayville’s 33rd Annual Summerfest orchestrated by the Sayville Chamber of Commerce in Gillette Park and by Main Street.
By Long Island News & PR August 06, 2013
A man charged with second degree murder for killing a motorist while high on multiple drugs remains under indictment.
By Cait Russell August 05, 2013
The Sayville Summerfest is here this weekend, and all sorts of other great events are happening Island-wide - check it out!
By Joe Randazzo July 14, 2013
The boyfriend and girlfriend broke in to houses in Sayville, Medford, Patchogue, and East Patchogue.
By Wendy L June 12, 2013
Bryant Walker, an Army Reservist, had his property in Mastic Beach vandalized and spray painted with hateful messages. Police are investigating the hate crime and its potential link to another incident.
By Debbi Spiegel June 01, 2013
June is National Fruit and Vegetable Month.