Hard clam population rebounds in Long Island's Shinnecock Bay
The hard clam population in Shinnecock Bay collapsed in the 1970s and was believed to be irrecoverable. Yet a decade-long effort by researchers has yielded some stunning results and findings.
2 sisters killed in Long Island house fire
Two sisters on vacation from Maryland were killed in an early morning house fire on eastern Long Island.
Great White shark washes ashore on Long Island
Authorities say the 7-to-8-foot long shark was spotted by a resident before it washed back out to sea.
Summer rentals on Long Island still available — at a premium
Summer rentals on Long Island are still available. But you should be prepared to pay.
Seal pup rescued from road released back into Atlantic Ocean
A seal that was found flopping around a busy road on Long Island last weekend has returned to the Atlantic Ocean.
Seal pup recovering at rescue center on Long Island
A wayward seal that was flopping around a busy roadway on Long Island is under observation at an animal rescue center. Biologists hope to release him soon.
Long Island cops corral slippery seal out on the town
A wayward seal has been captured after an early morning foray through the town of Southampton in Suffolk County.
While NYC restaurants struggle, some good news from suburbs
Reservations at Manhattan restaurants were down more than 60% in January 2022 compared to January 2020 but some restaurants in New Jersey and Long Island are actually seeing an uptick in business, thanks to looser pandemic rules.
Long Island police recover cash from elderly scam
Police on Long Island were able to recover thousands of dollars scammed from an elderly man.
Man found shot to death inside Southampton home
Police responded to a call of a burglary at about 8:45 a.m. Saturday morning when they found the man inside the home. He was later pronounced dead.
WWII veterans reunited at Long Island museum after honor flight
The American Airpower Museum and Honor Flight Long Island honored men and women who served during World War II.
Sharks spotted 200 yards from shores of Southampton
Sharks! Police on Long Island shared video of a group of sharks just yards off the shores of the Hamptons.
Byzantine iconography completed at Long Island church
George Filippakis is an artist who specializes in Byzantine iconography. His most recent installation is inside the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church in Southampton.
16 years in the making, Southampton African-American museum opens
More than a decade in the making, the Southampton African-American museum will open its doors this weekend.
Shinnecock protesters camp out in the cold
Members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation who are protesting in an encampment hope that the state government will get the message and ease up on what they believe are roadblocks to the tribe's economic advancement.
Organizers of Chainsmokers Hamptons concert fined $20,000
The organizers of a crowded concert in the Hamptons headlined by The Chainsmokers will be fined $20,000 for violating social distancing protocols.
Hamptons concert featuring The Chainsmokers and Goldman's CEO probed over 'egregious' health violations
Governor Cuomo says he is appalled over a huge concert held over the weekend in the Hamptons and says an investigation will take place.
Ducklings rescued from a storm drain on Long Island
The ducklings were first spotted around 1:15 p.m. in the drain on Flanders Road in Riverside, a small community about 14 miles west of Southampton.
Long Island communities concerned about next big storm
Across Nassau and Suffolk counties, Superstorm Sandy destroyed homes, submerged roads and wiped beaches out altogether.
Work continues on African American museum in Southampton
Renovations on Southampton's first and only African American Museum were supposed to be finished in September but clearly that didn't happen.