Can’t seem to track down your favorite Long Island Fall Festival vendor? We've compiled a list of vendors appearing at this year's event.Read More
Rev. Kimberly Gaines-Gambino, president of the Helping Hand Rescue Mission, is determined to continue the legacy her late parents left, while introducing a new program that focuses on assisting local moms and their babies.Read More
A group of Town of Huntington residents made their way down to Texas last Thursday night into early Friday morning with five sprinter vans, two box trucks and two tractor trailers loaded with supplies donated by the community to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey.Read More
Author Lois Stern worked for five years to compile her first book, “Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery,” a collection of stories from over 100 women about how cosmetic surgery impacts women’s lives.Read More
Albert “Al” Statton might not be the only Long Islander dedicated to collecting supplies for veterans in need, but he is surely one of a kind. A U.S. Army veteran with 30 years of service, he has volunteered for the Greenlawn Fire Department for the last 24 years and is a three-time cancer survivor.Read More
For Dix Hills residents Jody and John Brower, the consequences of heroin abuse are all too real. In June 2014, the parents of three lost their son John to a drug overdose.
Following John’s tragic death, the Brower family has since felt the need to speak out against drug abuse and raise awareness with the goal of helping young people held captive by heroin addiction.Read More