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News on Long Island
News on Long Island comes from a variety of sources: television, newspapers, magazines, blogs (Huffington Post) etc. These newspapers and publications will provide you with all the news on Long Island that you need, however you must either pay for and subscribe to a print publication or wait for your mail to deliver the free ones.
Here on Long Island Life, I have incorporated Google News and Bing News onto one page so you can get all the news you need in one spot.
The best part about reading the news feeds on here is that you can add your own Long Island news and comment on other news articles as you read them. Skip down to add your own comments or see news added by others.
Why read news online?
To get the most up to date news as it happens, to see the different view points and opinions of readers, and it's free!
Google provides the latest and most relevant news to Long Island The articles are displayed without regard to political viewpoint or ideology.
Google News - Global
Bing News - Global
Long Island News
Instead of the news coming to you, you can also search for any news story on Long Island...
News on Long Island - Television
You can find local news on Long Island 24 hours a day on TV stations dedicated to providing you with groundbreaking stories as it happens. There are 2 stations that provide primarily Long Island news.
Long is really big - we have over 7 million people here and over 100 miles from the New York Harbor to Montauk Point! That makes for a lot of news and as a result we have many smaller papers and pennysavers serving the many communities of Long Island.
News on Long Island - Print
Newsday - published every day and covering all of Long Island and Queens. Newsday is sold through the NY metropolitan area. As of 2009, its weekday circulation of 377,500 was the 11th highest in the United States
Long Island Herald - covers the following Nassau county neighborhoods: Baldwin, Bellmore, East Meadow, East Rockaway, Elmont, Five Towns, Franklin Squar, Island Park, Long Beach, Lynbrook, Malverne, Merrick, Oceanside, Rockville Ctr, Valley Stream, W. Hempstead
The East Hampton Star - weekly paper, covers the South Fork of Long Island from Montauk to Southampton Village. This includes the villages and hamlets of Amagansett, Springs, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, North Haven, Noyac, Wainscott, Sagaponack, Bridgehampton, and Water Mill.
The Independent - weekly paper and free. Covers the east end of Long Island, reaching both forks, from Wading River to Orient and from Manorville to Montauk.