By Christian Abbatecola March 04, 2014
The site aims to help Long Islanders establish and grow gardens with their neighbors and community.
By Wendy L February 27, 2014
Get out and enjoy great music, plays, and the Chocolate World Expo on Long Island the end of this week!
By Sharon Lindell February 24, 2014
I think everyone on Long Island will agree: we are ready for Spring! We cannot merely jump into the season, so check out some ways to begin the transition between seasons.
By Wendy L February 07, 2014
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has ordered Costco Wholesale to remove as well as issue a recall on a pesticide product banned for use on Long Island. Costco also faces a ...
By Sandra Stelmach December 18, 2013
As the family gathers around the beloved Christmas tree this holiday season, be sure to stay safe and be aware of the risk of a fire.
By Sharon Lindell December 17, 2013
Many Long Islanders enjoy their fireplaces this winter. There are many places to purchase firewood, but also we need to be careful this winter season.
By Vickie Moller December 11, 2013
Legislator Sarah Anker has introduced a resolution to make affordable, quality housing available to young adults to stem "brain drain" on Long Island.
By Rich Murdocco December 07, 2013
What follows is an introduction to the challenges of providing affordable housing on Long Island, from a land use, urban planning and public policy perspective.
By Wendy L November 15, 2013
Home heating cost and repairs during the winter season can be costly. Find out if you are eligible for federally-funded heating assistance through HEAP. Enrollment begins Nov. 18.
By Christian Abbatecola October 29, 2013
Long Island was decimated by the Superstorm which struck last October, but has made great strides in returning to normalcy.
By Chelsea Triola October 16, 2013
Halloween is just around the corner, and one of the season’s most beloved traditions is pumpkin carving.
By Vickie Moller September 24, 2013
According to a new report issued in September by the Regional Plan Association, the oldest independent urban research and advocacy organization in America, the lack of affordable rentals on Long Island is damaging its economy.
By Sharon Lindell September 24, 2013
Bye, summer! Hello, fall! Check out our list of things to do to get your home ready for the colder weather on Long Island.
By Wendy L August 08, 2013
This weekend is packed with festivals and tournaments on Long Island! Find everything from tuna fishing, tomato taste-offs, craft beer and wine and more!
By Lyndsay McCabe August 03, 2013
The Long Island Native Plant Initiative is a volunteer-driven group that is working to preserve the biodiversity of Long Island by bringing back native plants that are better suited to withstand storms like Hurricane Sandy.
By Lyndsay McCabe July 18, 2013
As of Tuesday, homeowners with invasive bamboo that is not contained or stretches within ten feet of the property line will face a $500 per day fine.
By Nicole Kohn July 15, 2013
Find a way to stay cool this summer without spending a ton of money.
By Wendy L June 12, 2013
Babylon may be the next village to have a bill banning invasive bamboo. The legislation is up for review next month.