Restoring Hope: How The Safe Center Lives Up To Its Name

Victims of abuse need a place where they can recover and get back to living as normal a life as they can possibly live....

PSEG Warns Residents About Phone Scams

PSEG Long Island held a press conference last week after what they call a “recent uptick” in reported phone scam attempts. Among those recently...

A Look At Albany Part 2: Assemblyman Michael Montesano And State...

Its the start of a new year, which means the State Senate and Assembly are back in session for the first time in six...

A Look At Albany Part 1: State Senator Jim Gaughran and...

Its the start of a new year, which means the State Senate and Assembly are back in session for the first time in six...

Keeping The Home Fires Burning

United Way’s Project Warmth gives fuel aid to those in need Since 1994, energy insecure families needing help to keep the heat on as temperatures...

Wrestling Takes Down Drugs Campaign Fights Addiction

Opioid abuse has plagued Long Island for years. In response to the crisis, one organization is striving to use sports as a way to...

Local Company Helps People Recover Unclaimed Funds From The State

The offices of Fletcher Recovery Group occupy a suite in an unassuming house on 24 Skillman St. in Roslyn, in a developing neighborhood still...

New Town Of Oyster Bay Officials Take Office

Two months following the Town of Oyster Bay election, town officials have been sworn in for the start of their new terms. While a...

Suozzi Bill Repealing SALT Cap Passes House

A bill sponsored by U.S. Congressman Tom Suozzi to temporarily repeal a cap state and local tax (SALT) deductions passed in the House of...

Town’s Public Safety Officers And Bay Constables Can Now Be Armed

  In their monthly meeting in December, the Town of Oyster Bay board unanimously approved a resolution that would allow bay constables and some public...