As Fears Of Inflation Grow, Those Eligible For Social Security To See Near-6% Increase In Benefits In 2022If you're one of the millions of people who receive Social Security benefits, you're going to see a bigger check soon.
Long Island Community Leaders Demand Action On Stalled Sewer Plan To Save Downtown HamletsFor decades, the lack of sewers has stifled economic development. It's illegal to expand, renovate or even build new businesses with outdated sewage infrastructure.
The Jobs Are Out There: Big Businesses Heading Into Busy Holiday Season Looking For 'Attitude Over Aptitude'Local businesses are already gearing up for the holiday shopping season, amid dismal labor trends.
Queens Man Comes Down From Tree After Spending Almost 3 Days Avoiding PoliceHe climbed out of the tree shortly after 5 p.m. Friday but was not immediately taken into police custody.
Environmental Experts Say Long Island Implementing Fixes To Improve Water Quality Following Troublesome StormsAn annual water quality report has painted a dire picture on Long Island of the challenges facing our region's waterways.
Theater Renaissance Hits Long Island, Thanks To Local ProducersThere is unbridled enthusiasm in Long Island's growing theatrical community. After an 18-month-long shutdown, new regional and professional troupes are performing again.
Home Heating Expert Offers Advice On How Homeowners Can Cut Into High Prices For Oil And Natural Gas This WinterHome heating oil and natural gas prices are steadily climbing, and experts are warning homeowners that big winter bills could soon be on the way, even doubling in some cases.
COVID Impact: New Study Reveals 40% Spike In Insomnia Among Working Mothers During PandemicAre you often awake at 3 a.m. and can't get back to sleep? Or you can't fall asleep at all?
Akbar Rogers Case Dismissed: 'I'm Very Overwhelmed'Video of Freeport police beating the man was captured by a neighbor's cellphone and helped in the dismissal.
State Gets School Buses Rolling In Huntington, But Officials Scrambling For Long-Term Fix To Driver ShortageThe school district was blindsided with 36 hours notice by its bus company of 62 years.
Facing Unprecedented Fiscal Crisis, Long Island Rail Road Eyes Stimulus Funding, Congestion Pricing RevenueIt's projected the MTA will lose half a billion dollars next year if workers telecommute three or four days per week.
New Flood Mitigation Projects Kicking Off On Long Island In Wake Of Ida's DamageTwenty million dollars in infrastructure improvements are targeting drainage in Lawrence, Cedarhurst, Bay Park, Lido Beach, East Rockaway and Baldwin.
Hempstead's Effort To Revitalize Downtown, Transit Hub Starts With Community Policing Unit On Mountain BikesHempstead Village, the largest village in New York, has a new vision to help draw outsiders to its cultural attractions, restaurants and shopping.
Supermodel Linda Evangelista Opens Up About Being 'Brutally Disfigured' After Cosmetic Procedure Gone WrongEvangelista was a top supermodel of the 1990s, but the Canadian fashion star hasn't been seen in public in five years.
Lawmakers On Long Island Begin Pushing 'Death By Dealer' Bill To Curb Rash Of Fatal Drug OverdosesFatal drug overdoses have surged during the pandemic. Pushers and suppliers currently charged only with criminal sale of a controlled substance may soon face tougher penalties.