Seatuck Stained Glass: George Dalecki's Works Put 'Rainbows In Your Room'"It's a gentle and fun addiction," owner George Dalecki told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Long Island's Oldest Running Family Farm Sold To Suffolk County As Part Of Farmland Preservation ProgramSuffolk County bought the development rights and will preserve it as farmland. It's part of an effort to protect the character of Long Island's East End and an important food source.
Exclusive: Developer Says Only Environmental Impact Study Standing In Way Of Shinnecock Casino ConstructionAfter two decades of attempts, the Shinnecock Indian Nation now says it can go ahead with its plans to build a casino in Southampton.
Exclusive: Shinnecock Indian Nation's Plan To Develop Casino On Southampton Reservation Draws Concern From LocalsThe 800-member tribe announced plans for a casino on its Southampton reservation -- a 900-acre sovereign territory that sits along Shinnecock Bay.
Turtles On Long Island Face Increasingly Difficult Journey To Hibernation, Wildlife Experts Blame HumansIt's a hard time to be a turtle in the Hamptons. Experts say cars and other human hazards are making it difficult for the creatures to find a safe place to hibernate.
Schools: The New Normal | City Residents Migrating To East End Of Long Island In Search Of In-Person LearningOn the East End of Long Island, many school districts are scrambling to find extra space and teachers.
Dredging Work Begins To Protect Southampton With Dune Road ProjectThe federal government is coming to the rescue of businesses and fishermen on Long Island's East End with a massive project to restore dunes.
Southampton Residents Angered By Shinnecock Indian Nation's Massive Electronic Advertising BillboardsAn assault on the East End, that's how Southampton officials describe what the Shinnecocks are quickly building at the gateway to the Hamptons.
Road-Raging Autumn Tourists Are A Disaster In The Making; East End Residents SayWith people flocking to Long Island's east end for pumpkin and apple picking, farmers are complaining that tourists are driving dangerously.
L.I. East End Residents: New York State Tourism Signs Are Intrusive, UnwelcomeFights over new campaign signs are springing up on Long Island.
Drivers Say New Regulations Will Put The Brakes On East End Uber ServiceSpring is in the air, and soon throngs of the rich and famous will flock to Long Island's East End.
NYPD: Man Enters Building Through Fire Escape, Steals Thousands In Meds, ElectronicsThe NYPD is searching for a suspect in connection to a set of apartment burglaries on the Upper East Side.
Apples Are Ripe For The Picking On Long Island's East EndThere's still plenty of time to do some picking, since apples continue to grow and ripen right into October.
For Long Island Firefighters, 1995 Pine Barren Blaze Was An Intense Learning ExperienceTwenty-years-ago on Monday, a firestorm erupted on Long Island's East End. Flames leaped 200 feet into the sky.
Family Concerned After Long Island Mother, Daughter Missing For Nearly 3 WeeksSouthold's police chief said they were last seen on March 30 when a security camera recorded the mother and daughter leaving a Times Square parking garage.