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 ...
By Long Island News & PR February 26, 2014
Long Island Winery Would Operate Shop at Grand Central Terminal
By Long Island News & PR February 22, 2014
Highlights Include Restoration of Two Trains on the Babylon Branch.
By Long Island News & PR January 15, 2014
DEC and the Town of Southold are operating a conditional shellfish harvesting program in Mattituck Creek, in the Town of Southold.
By Long Island News & PR December 18, 2013
In his new book Artifact: A Novel, local author and SCCC History Professor George H. Monahan explores the farcical intricacies of what happens when Archaeologists and Commercial Real Estate Developers clash.
By Sandra Stelmach December 12, 2013
Ring in the New Year with style in some of the hottest spots on Long Island that will be bringing on the party to you for a night to remember!
By Sharon Lindell November 25, 2013
Brighten up your home with the sight and smell of a freshly cut Christmas tree this holiday season. Check out our guide to Long Island Christmas Tree shopping!
By Literary Traveler November 16, 2013
The gals of Literary Traveler headed out to Long Island's North Fork for a weekend - giving you a sneak peak at just how fun an East End Girls Weekend can be!
By Lyndsay McCabe November 16, 2013
After the Greenport School District superintendent retires in the spring, Southold Superintendent David Gamberg will step up to the helm of both districts in order to cut back on costs and encourage sharing resources.
By Long Island News & PR November 05, 2013
Funding Includes Permanent Protection of a Wine Grape Vineyard and the Largest Certified Organic Dairy Farm in the Northeast - NY’s Farmland Protection Program Exceeds 50,000 Acres of Protected Farmland
By Lyndsay McCabe November 03, 2013
What’s in your shellfish? Many avid shellfish eaters may not want to know the answer after hearing a recent bacteria report from the DEC.
By Long Island News & PR November 01, 2013
Potentially Harmful Levels of Coliform Bacteria Found During Routine Water Quality Monitoring.
By Debbi Spiegel August 07, 2013
Calling all stargazers!
By Debbi Spiegel August 06, 2013
Honor the beacons of light that symbolize safety and security for boats at sea.
By Debbi Spiegel July 16, 2013
Nassau and Suffolk counties are helping residents deal with the heat.
By Lyndsay McCabe June 25, 2013
After receiving numerous complaints from Long Islanders who have been dropped from their homeowners' insurance after Hurricane Sandy, Schumer is calling on the companies to restore their coverage or be penalized by FEMA.
By Lyndsay McCabe May 12, 2013
The Southold Town Board has proposed zoning Plum Island into a research district and a conservation district to prevent development after the animal-disease laboratory is shut down.