Real estate broker Lana Turner will tell you she does not own a pair of “dungarees.” In September, to attract more potential buyers, she said, “I thought ‘Well, why not bring my vintage clothes in?’.”
Some of the Long Island candidates admitted they expected their races to be close.
Bird-watchers on Long Island are all atwitter at the sighting of a common ground dove, normally not seen north of South Carolina.
The long, often nasty campaign to pick New York’s next governor in a time of fiscal and ethical crises ends Tuesday.
To a starry-eyed child, the castle at the Nanuet-Highview Community Park in Nanuet must look like an enchanted wonderland.
The Republican candidate says Monday’s debate had a “terrible format” and he wants a better chance to grill front-runner Andrew Cuomo.
A tire flew off a car traveling on the Long Island Expressway and smashed into a tour bus windshield heading in the opposite direction.
Some 3,000 educators at Nassau Community College are scheduled to take a strike vote on Thursday, and it has students concerned.
The Jacob Burns Film Center will once again be broadcasting the National Theatre Live from London.
A very unassuming sign that reads “Sundial Farm” leads the way off Route 134 in Ossining.
The 151-foot-high road deck on the span is not high enough to accommodate the next generation of larger container ships.
The Ritz-Carlton in White Plains is not really the place that you could picture affordable housing units.
It’s extraordinary how a simple act of kindness can make a world of difference.
It’s HOPE Week and the New York Yankees are just doing another good deed to brighten people’s day
Using bras to battle breast cancer? That’s the point of the annual Creative Cups fundraising campaign.