Food pantries and soup kitchens provide a lifeline to countless individuals and families in need of assistance. They often get a ton of volunteers around the holidays, but food pantries and soup kitchens need help all year long.
It’s been a year since Sandy swept the coast and left devastation in her wake, and a year since people flocked from all over the country to help those affected. Not all of those volunteers have left, and at least one has no intention of packing it in anytime soon.
The city formally launched the start of reconstruction of its 2-mile-long boardwalk on Saturday with officials promising that future storms will have a harder time demolishing it than Superstorm Sandy did.
According to a new report, more than half of Suffolk County, Long Island's medical and health facilities flush their unused medications, which then wind up in the water supply.
Residents of a Long Island village think hanging the wash on the front lawn detracts from its image.
While the Long Island Power Authority says most Long Islanders who can have their power restored will have it restored soon, that hasn't stopped a class action lawsuit from being filed against the utility.
Boaters in Suffolk County may want to think twice about boozing on board.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a new law intended to draw more filmmakers to New York for post-production work through bigger tax credits.
County lawmakers recently voted to charge a $4.00 parking fee at Smith Point County Park in Shirley and Cupsogue Beach County Park in Westhampton Beach between the hours of 5 and 8 PM.