By Long Island News & PR July 07, 2014
Weather permitting, there will be larvicide and pesticide sprayed on Tuesday July 8, 2014.
By Lyndsay McCabe July 06, 2014
Visit one of these niche museums, with focuses ranging from whaling to trains to snakes and lizards!
By Long Island News & PR June 30, 2014
New CDC “Tips from Former Smokers” campaign likely to increase demand for smoking cessation programs.
By Long Island News & PR June 26, 2014
Southold would now join East Hampton, Southampton, and Shelter Island in assisting first-time primary homebuyers.
By Kelly Tenny June 20, 2014
Green thumbs and nature lovers alike will be taken aback by the exquisite beauty of the many gardens Long Island has to offer.
By Long Island News & PR June 10, 2014
Pesticide will be sprayed in salt marshes from 5 AM to 8 PM.
By Long Island News & PR May 15, 2014
The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days program is America’s only private garden-visiting program of its kind, featuring hundreds of magnificent spaces not normally open to the public.
By Long Island News & PR May 09, 2014
The new officers will be assigned to regional commands throughout the state.
By Christian Abbatecola May 05, 2014
The bodies of two missing persons were reported found in the waters near Long Island and New York City.
By Sharon Lindell April 12, 2014
April 14th is Look Up at the Sky Day. It is very special this year because two phenomenons are taking place this April, the Blood Moon and the Lyrid Meteor Shower. So, go outside and ...
By Long Island News & PR April 09, 2014
Closures on March 31 Followed Widespread Heavy Rainfall and Runoff
By Long Island News & PR April 04, 2014
Closures on March 31st Followed Widespread Heavy Rainfall and Runoff
By Long Island News & PR March 27, 2014
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and the Southold Town Police Department are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the drivers of the vehicles involved in a hit-and-run crash that killed a man in Laurel ...