Freeport woman showcases antique African-American dolls
Inside April Marius' Freeport home, there's a treasure trove of antique African-American dolls from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Popular southern eatery to close its doors after 13 years
A renowned southern restaurant on Long Island is closing its door after more than a decade.
Black History Month: Keeping Spinney Hill's legacy alive
Nestled between the affluent communities of Manhasset and Great Neck is Spinney Hill, a historic black enclave hidden in plain sight.
'Pioneer:' Daughter of Riverhead's first African-American firefighter remembers his legacy
The daughter of Riverhead's first African-American firefighter says Richard Ligon lived with honor, valor and commitment to service.
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- February is Black History Month. Each week, News 12 highlights a Long Island resident or group that made a difference in black history.February is Black History Month. Each week, News 12 highlights a Long Island resident or group that made a difference in black history.