You can still get a bottle of red and a bottle of white at Christiano's for the time being.
New owners recently announced they are postponing plans to close the iconic Italian joint made famous in Billy Joel's "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant."
Masked captors. Torture. Forced false confessions. Financial rape.
Seven months of pure terror.
A self-funded trip to war-torn Syria, intended to jumpstart his career, turned into a season in Hell for Syosset photojournalist Matthew Schrier after he was plucked from a taxi by Syrian Jihadist rebels.
Yankees legend Ron Guidry and broadcast great Ed Randall will be guests at Adelphi University and the Panther Club's fall cocktail reception on Oct. 24 at Chateau Briand in Carle Place.
The Long-Islander newspaper, founded in 1838 by poet Walt Whitman, has been sold to a group of Huntington investors.
On its website, the newspaper said a group headed by James V. Kelly, of Huntington, CEO of JVKellyGroup, Inc., had acquired the paper, which also publishes the Half Hollow Hills Newspaper and The Record newspaper.
Camila Medici isn't shy, and she wants you to know it.The Northport native is asking her community to back her bid to become one of Maxim's " Hometown Hotties 2014." The contest, run by the men's magazine, seeks out sexy women in neighborhoods across the country and asks readers to vote for them in a series of elimination rounds.
"They say it takes a Village...well, I have just made it to the Maxim Hometown Hotties Competition, and you can vote for me and our hometown once a day," Medici, who works as an attorney, wrote on an announcement posted on Patch.