Thousands march on Long Island against anti-Semitism

Over 2,500 Long Islanders joined Sen. Chuck Schumer, Rep. Peter King and a host of other local officials, faith leaders and community advocates in Mineola on Saturday to march in solidarity with the Jewish community and against anti-Semitism.

Veterans-turned-entrepreneurs compete for business prize money

According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, veterans have a harder time getting access to capital for business startups. That's why the Center for Entrepreneurship at Hofstra University in Hempstead offers its services for members of the military.

Long lines linger at DMV offices on Long Island

The crowds continue to flock to DMV offices on Long Island after the enactment of the Green Light Law. The DMV is urging New Yorkers to avoid lines by completing certain tasks online.

Church and Islamic center team up on Christmas

For the 15th year in a row, the Westbury United Methodist Church and the Islamic Center of Long Island united on Christmas Day for a common purpose: caring for those in need.

Fire destroys Long Island firehouse, trucks

Long Island fire authorities are investigating a fire that tore through a firehouse in North Massapequa on Wednesday morning, destroying multiple pieces of equipment, Nassau County police said.