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Southold New Home Buyer Exemption Is Now Law

Southold now joins East Hampton, Southampton, and Shelter Island in assisting first-time primary home buyers.

Hot Spots: Weekend Watch for Fun Festivals, Music Festivals, Dog Show & Other Entertainment

Get ready for a weekend packed with festivities, a dog show and other great entertainment on Long Island!

2014 Halloween Guide: Haunted Houses, Trick-or-Treating & Tons of Scary-Good Fun!

From evenings filled with terrifying thrills and chills to afternoons filled with family fun, there’s tons of Halloween Entertainment to enjoy this season!

Man Wanted for Stealing Designer Bag from Southampton Boutique

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Southampton Village Police are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who stole a designer bag from a store in Southampton in September 2014.

The 22nd Hamptons International Film Festival Announces Southampton Opening Night Film

The Festival Also Announces The Winner Of Its Annual Conflict & Resolution Signature Program

LI’s Adorable Adoptable Pets: Best Buds Sparkle and Remington Want to Brighten Your Day

Forever friends Sparkle and Remington are looking to be adopted together, and will bring their new owner plenty of joy, company, and entertainment!

Cyanobacteria Blooms Occurring in Sagaponack, West Islip, Southampton

Cyanobacteria blooms have been found in Sagg Pond, Sagaponack, Lake Capri in West Islip, and Old Town Pond, Southampton

Suffolk County SPCA Praises Southampton Town Police Officer

The officer rescued a turtle in the Hampton bays.

Awesome Apple Picking Places & Helpful Tips

Apples are in season and ripe for the picking! Head out to Long Island’s apple orchards and farms this September to enjoy freshly picked produce.

Fall Farmers’ Markets on Long Island

Even as temperatures on Long Island begin to drop, many farmers' markets remain open and active.

LI’s Adorable Adoptable Pets: The Boss You’ll Love to Live With

Boss is a young terrier mix who adores children, other dogs, and even cats!

Leandra's Law Arrest Made After DWI Accident in Southampton

A Brooklyn man has been accused of driving while intoxicated with a ten-year-old in the vehicle.

Lively Labor Day Weekend 2014 Festivals

There are lots of lively festivals going on this Labor Day Weekend for Long Islanders searching for something fun to do.

LongIsland.com’s 2014 Labor Day Weekend Fun Guide

Summer is drawing to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! Labor Day Weekend is right around the corner filled with plenty of fun activities for all.

Rainfall Totals: How Wet Did Your Town Get

The August 13th rainstorm dumped as much 13 inches of rain in some areas.

LI’s Adorable Adoptable Pets: Brooklen is Your All-Around Good-Natured Kitten

Brooklen is a 4 month old kitten who was saved from a high-kill shelter in South Carolina along with her mother and siblings, who are also available for adoption.

Planning a Summer Birthday Bash on a Budget

Trying to plan your summer birthday bash on a budget? Here are some inexpensive birthday plans to consider for your big day.

LongIsland.com’s 2014 August Family Fun Guide: Concerts, Festivals & Preparing for School!

August is the start of the dog days of summer. It is the hottest time of year and also the time of year where kids are starting to get ready for back to school. But there is ...

National Take Your Pants for a Walk Day is July 27th

Although the summer is for relaxation, we cannot forget to get exercise. July 27th is National Take Your Pants for a Walk Day and a day that Long Islanders should be enjoying the various trails the Island ...

Governor Cuomo Announces $5 Million in Grant Awards for Historic Properties Damaged by Superstorm Sandy

This first round of funding is provided by the National Park Service and administered by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.
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