By Lyndsay McCabe July 06, 2013
1,000 to 1,200 pounds of dead bluefish have been hauled in from the Shinnecock Bay, but not other fish species is showing signs of a die-off. Stony Brook University researchers are now stepping in to ...
By Joe Randazzo July 02, 2013
This week Long Island saw its first coyote and several poisonous Portuguese man-of-wars washed up on our shores.
By Debbi Spiegel July 02, 2013
Celebrate July with red, white and blue (berries)!
By Long Island News & PR June 27, 2013
$30 Million in First Round to Implement Projects for Smart Growth, Improved Energy Efficiency, Green Jobs and Greenhouse Gas Reduction
By Eric Anderson June 27, 2013
Annie Park will hit the links in the first-ever U.S. Women’s Open hosted by a Long Island course.
By Debbi Spiegel June 25, 2013
For summer's freshest berries, go to a pick-your-own farm!
By Sandra Stelmach June 20, 2013
Long Islanders gather together for some of the largest celebrations in the country. With fast-approaching festivities and fireworks, don’t miss out on the fun - check out what’s happening near you and across Long Island!
By Lyndsay McCabe June 09, 2013
Boltbus Long Island has decided to break away and rebrand themselves as 7Bus, which will offer travel to New York City from Ronkonkoma, Melville, and Riverhead with a typical fare of $7.
By Vickie Moller May 22, 2013
Long Islanders approved a total of 118 out of 124 district spending plans for the 2013-14 school year voted on Tuesday.
By Long Island News & PR April 21, 2013
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State has provided over $8 million to areas affected by Superstorm Sandy for the reimbursement of costs for cleaning up after the storm.
By Eric Anderson March 15, 2013
Despite a new law to relocate homeless sex offenders, about 40 remain in trailers on the East End.
By Greg Back March 14, 2013
I am traveling all across New York to find the best breweries and the best places to drink a beer. Follow me in my journey and read all about my adventures as I discover my ...
By Long Island News & PR March 13, 2013
Although the 2013 US Women’s Golf Open will be taking place in Southampton this June, the Riverhead Chamber of Commerce and its members are preparing for the increase of visitors to the area with a ...
By Long Island News & PR February 23, 2013
Although the 2013 US Women's Golf Open will be taking place in Southampton this June, the Riverhead Chamber of Commerce and its members are preparing for the increase of visitors to the area with a ...
By Lyndsay McCabe February 02, 2013
Bellone proposes a plan to finally close two trailers that house 40 sex offenders in Southampton.
By Eric Anderson January 07, 2013
The January 1 deadline has come and gone, while two facilities remain open.
By Amy Gernon January 01, 2013
Southampton residents will be voting on a proposed tax levy to pay for a $26 million coastal erosion project set to begin later this year.