The Fitting Curve in Rockville Centre is the neighborhood lingerie shop you wished was up the block from you. It harkens back to an era when customer service meant when you entered a shop they knew your name. Kelly Saintus, Helene Delince and Stephanie Vincent are the shop's owners.
After the Nazis invaded France in the 1940s, Rosette Priever Gerbosi went into hiding and so did her family's art deco clock.
The folks at Carroll's Kitchen, a nonprofit, cook and deliver well-balanced, nutritional meals across Long Island. People who can pay can order from the website.
The Small Business Administration and the Treasury Department are reviving the Paycheck Protection Program five months after its first two rounds of funding ended.
With well over 100 school districts across Long Island, each one is following what it thinks works best for their staff and students.
Workers at doctors' offices on Long Island are worried that New York's vaccination plan has forgotten them.
Astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, a major in the U.S. Marines, considers Baldwin to be her hometown.
Police on Long Island used inflatable bags to rescue a man who was trapped under his car.
For chef Belkis Crowe, the pandemic hit close to home. She lost her mother-in-law in April.
With all precincts reporting more than a month after Election Day, Garbarino defeated Democrat Jackie Gordon with 53% of the vote.
The center operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, has more than 100 staffers, and ships medical supplies to all 23 hospitals in the Northwell system.
The 18th-century Roslyn Grist Mill has been under restoration since 2018. Workers recently found a bottle hidden under the floor.
Frankie England's health took a turn for the worse over the summer when the actor and avid dancer found himself having trouble breathing. Doctors said he needed a new heart.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that upper Manhattan was entering the yellow zone of COVID restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases increased statewide.
The economic strain of the coronavirus pandemic has more than 400,000 Long Islanders turning to food banks to feed their families.
Northwell Health is trying out an alternative for COVID-19 testing that they say can get three times as many patients screened at once.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran has said that she 'strongly disagrees' with NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to close schools in New York City.
Police confiscated a so-called street sweeper gun, which can hold up to 100 rounds of ammunition.
Kolstein's Violin Shop has put musicians back on a stage. Their performances are streamed for free every Friday night.
NYU Langone Health started enrolling participants at its new vaccine center in Mineola.