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  • New York State Assembly
    Obtain contact information for Assembly Members, search for current bills by number and keyword, obtain full-text legislative reports, and access the New York State Constitution and statutes.
  • New York State Department of the Professions Professional Misconduct Enforcement Actions
    Search for disciplinary actions taken against licensees (including various medical professionals*) by the Board of Regents in New York State since January 1, 1994. Search by last name or date to get a description of misconduct. *This website does not include physicians, physician assistants, or specialist assistants, which is investigated and prosecuted by the Office of Professional Medical Conduct (OPMC).
  • (OSHA) United States Department of Labor Occupational Health and Safety Administration
    As per the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are required to provide a safe and healthy work environment for their employees. OSHA is the organization that promotes this mission in the workplace. Whether you need to review the laws and regulations, require compliance assistance or are searching information on environment hazards, the Osha website has a wealth of information.
  • 2-1-1 Long Island
    If you are looking for information on local community services try 2-1-1 Long Island, a free, online health, human service, and education resource for Long Island, which contains over 12,000 detailed community resources.
  • 411.com
    Searching can be done by the name of the person or business, by phone number, or by address. Information comes from publicly available local telephone directories
  • Academy Awards
    What was the best picture in 1952? How many times did Tom Hanks win a Best Actor Oscar? Click here to find the answers to these and any other Oscar questions.
  • ACCES-VR (Adult Career and Continuing Education Services-Vocational Rehabilitation)
    ACCES-VR assists individuals with disabilities to achieve and maintain employment and to support independent living through training, education, rehabilitation, and career development.
  • Acronym Finder
    Defines over 750,000 acronyms, abbreviations and initialisms from a variety of subjects.
  • ADA Homepage
    The Americans with Disabilites Act of 1990 was enacted to protect the rights of the disabled in the workplace. Whether you are an employer or a disabled worker, check this website to clarify your questions about regulations, obtain a publication or a complaint form, find the latest disability online news and so much more.
  • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
    Provides information about toxic substances and contaminants found in the home, at work, and elsewhere. The agency is a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Airports: New York
    Choose "Long Island" or “New York City” from the region drop-down box and then click on Search to find links to the official sites for JFK International, LaGuardia, Islip MacArthur Airport, and other regional airports where you will be able to check flight arrivals and departures, get parking information, AirTrain rates, and maps.
  • All About Romance
    Serving as the back fence for lovers of romance novels for over 10 years, AAR offers author interviews, reviews, message boards and blogs for romance readers to get the latest news and connect.
  • All About the ASVAB (Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery)
    The primary use of this test is to find out in what fields a student's basic aptitudes fit. It comes in paper or computerized versions, and may be used for Military Enlistment if the student chooses to go that route.
  • All Recipes
    This large collection of recipes is submitted by avid cooks all over the country. Search by type of dish or ingredients. Print or email recipes and also convert them for larger or smaller numbers of servings.
  • allmusic
    Locate information on virtually every artist or album from pop to classical. Features include reviews, online music clips, new release calendars, and a song search.
  • Allnurses: A Nursing Community for Nurses
    If you are a nurse or interested in a career in nursing, this comprehensive site permits you to network with other nurses from around the globe. It also has the latest nursing news available on a wide range of topics.
  • American Community Survey
    Ongoing survey conducted by the U.S. Bureau of the Census to provide estimates of the demographic, housing, social and economic conditions of the American population.
  • American Factfinder
    Uses census data from the national level down to the census block level to create detailed reports and tables. Information on the decennial population census as well as economic surveys and estimates is available. Searchable by keyword or place name. From the U.S. Bureau of the Census.
  • American Journeys
    Full-text primary documents from eyewitnesses to the exploration and settlement of North America
  • American Kennel Club
    The AKC provides coverage on all accepted dog breeds, as well as information on registration, pedigrees, and dog shows.
  • American Memory Historical Collections
    Provides free access to historical images, maps, sound recordings, and motion pictures that document the American experience from the Library of Congress.
  • American Rhetoric Online Speech Index
    Has the texts of some of the more famous speeches in American history and culture, many of which are accompanied with an audio version. Individuals are indexed by their first name instead of by their last name.
  • American Women's History: A Research Guide
    This site provides citations to both print and electronic resources relating to the history of American women and a timeline.
  • Andanzas al Web Latino
    Links to many Latino-focused organizations, issues, and more.
  • Annual Credit Report
    The official site to help consumers obtain their free credit report from each of the nationwide credit reporting agencies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.
  • Annual Reports.com
    This free service allows users instant access to annual report in their original format. You can search this extensive collection reports by ticker symbol, exchange, industry or sector.
  • Apartment Therapy
    The myriad design ideas featured on this website may originate in apartments around the nation, but could easily be used in other settings. Search by topic or browse through New York's and other major cities' rooms for unique, eclectic home decorating advice.
  • Area Code Listing, by Number
    Numerical listing of telephone area codes and what areas they cover.
  • Art History Resources on the Web
    Armed with a site index equipped to guide you to every era from prehistoric to contemporary art (from every part of the world), this collection of hyperlinks is an art lover's dream. Links to research resources and museums and galleries are included.
  • ArtCyclopedia: The Guide to Fine Art on the Internet
    Searchable by artist's name, artwork title, or museum name or location, this portal offers links to more than 100,000 works of art available on the internet. An online discussion forum, art news from around the world, and an artwork "actual sizer" are just a few of the other helpful links available to students and art seekers.
  • Arts & Letters Daily
    This website supplies a variety of current articles and book reviews concerning the arts and humanities, as well as annotated essays and reviews. Updated six days a week by the Chronicle of Higher Education, it also provides links to journals, newspapers, web logs, and columnists.
  • Ask Oxford
    Are there any words that rhyme with orange? More than just definitions, Ask Oxford has tips for better writing, word games, and expert answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Ask.com
    Originally known as Ask Jeeves. Search results give websites and also a list of related searches, which you can select from to narrow down your search. Also has advanced search capability, such as searching for exact phrases and types of domains, such as .com or .edu.
  • Astronomical Applications
    Sun and moon rise and set times, moon phases, eclipse, seasons, positions of the solar system objects, and other data from the U.S. Naval Observatory.
  • Author Biographies from Biblio.com
    An "index of indexes." This guide to literary authors provides links to author biographies, bibliographic information, criticism, timelines, images, and more.
  • Author Interviews by Don Swaim
    Don Swaim's long-running radio show Book Beat featured author interviews that have been carefully archived here. Listen in RealAudio to these classic, behind-the-scene conversations with some of the best authors in the English language.
  • Automotive.com
    A comprehensive automotive website featuring industry-leading news with a new and used car buyer's guide with detailed pricing information, a huge classifeds section and a local cheap gas price finder among many other features. Also includes car comparisons, tips for insurance and financing and auto recalls section.
  • Baby Centers
  • BabyNamer
    For parents-to-be who want to confidently choose potential names for their baby, Babynamer is the most comprehensive, trusted website.
  • Bank Holidays of the World
    Find out the national, religious and cultural holidays for almost every country in the world.
  • Bank Rate Monitor
    Provides free rate information to consumers for mortgages, credit cards, automobile loans, money market accounts, CDs, checking and ATM fees and home equity loans.
  • Bankrate.com-How to choose a real estate agent
    This trusted source sets some guidelines for selecting a real estate agent.
  • Bartleby.com
    Access to full-text literature, poetry and reference information is available at Bartleby free-of-charge. Students, researchers, and anyone else may utilize books as varied as the Columbia Encyclopedia, Darwin's Origin of the Species, or Milton's Paradise Lost.
  • Bartlett's Familiar Quotations
    From the 10th edition, which was published in 1919, and contains over 11,000 quotations.
  • Baseball: Major League Baseball
    The official site of American baseball. Enjoy updates on current players, teams, and World Series; check player statistics, interviews, rankings, and TV schedules; and even play fantasy baseball.
  • Basketball: National Basketball Association
    The official site of the National Basketball Association. Includes news, features, multimedia, player profiles, chat transcripts, schedules and statistics.
  • BBC
    Comprehensive news from around the world from one of the most respected broadcasting companies. Has links to BBC World Service news programs and documentaries.
  • BBC Ancient History
    BBC Ancient History is a collection of articles, links and multimedia on ancient civilizations as well as timelines and short biographies of historic figures.
  • BBC Languages
    Italian, German, Greek and other popular languages can be learned from these online courses created by the British Broadcast Corporation. Video and audio components are available and fun extras like ski phrases, traveler's tales of weird words, and the chance to learn UK languages like Gaelic or Welsh make this a valuable language learning tool.
  • BBC Story of Africa
    Produced by the BBC World Service, this is a collection of articles about the history of Africa, organized into 14 featured topics with their own indexes, illustrations and sound recordings.
  • Bed & Breakfast.com
    View bed & breakfast descriptions, photos, visitor reviews, and more for inns in the United States and abroad.
  • Best Nursing Degree
    A free resource covering all the nursing degree programs in the United States with up to date career path information and interviews with industry leaders.
  • Better Business Bureau of New York
    Look up a complaint against a specific business, file a complaint online, and other consumer information.
  • Better Homes & Gardens: Home Improvement
    Find ideas, projects, step-by-step instructions, and inspiration for building and remodeling projects for kitchens, baths, living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, and outdoor areas. Also features a library of house plans.
  • Better Homes & Gardens: Home Decorating
    Let your creative juices flow with photos and tips from professional designers. Choose to design by room, style, or colors or just browse the dozens of project ideas. Reader submitted rooms and an "Arrange a Room" planner are also featured.
  • Bibliomania
    Thousands of e-books, poems, short stories, and plays are available and new ones are added each month. Religious, reference, and quotation books are also offered along with study guides and message boards for discussion.
  • BigCharts Historical Quotes
    BigCharts is a free, easy-to-use investment research site, providing access to professional-level research tools such as interactive charts, quotes, industry analysis, and stock screeners in addition to market news and commentary. Historical quotes from 1994 forward are available for all public companies.
  • Biking on Long Island
    Lists the Long Island parks where biking is allowed.
  • Billboard Online
    Online magazine devoted to the music industry has Billboard's bestselling charts and news features.
  • Biology Project
    An easy-to-understand interactive tutorial from the University of Arizona designed for high school students.
  • Bloomberg.com
    This premier financial news network provides real-time market data and news from over 135 countries. Free registration allows investors instant access to products including Portfolio Tracker and Market Monitor, quotes and charts.
  • Blouin ArtInfo
    Coverage of visual arts, performing arts, architecture & design, fashion, travel, cultural events, artist reference information and art market news.
  • Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
    Official website of the United States Federal Reserve. Provides information, news, monetary policy, banking information, economic research, consumer information, reporting forms, and more.
  • Boating Safety Courses
    Be certified before you set sail. Check this list of boating safety courses sponsored by New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation.
  • Boating Safety Courses: Online
    This free, interactive, non-proctored course and exam has been approved by the National Association of Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) and is recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard as exceeding the minimum requirements for the National Recreational Boating Safety Program. Individual states may charge additional fees for their officially recognized boating cards.
  • Bob Vila: Home Improvement Library
    Research do-it-yourself improvements with home improvement information from this website. Search home repair articles by subject, task or location. Includes articles and videos of actual projects.
  • Bohemia Civic Association
    The Bohemia Civic Association's mission is to preserve the quality of our neighborhood, keep the community informed on issues that impact us, and to provide a unified voice for Connetquot residents on issues related to local government.
  • Bohemia Historical Society
    Learn the history of the town of Bohemia and the origins of its people. The website also has an events schedule and information on how to become a member of the historical society.
  • Booknotes
    This online archive of C-SPAN's author interview program, Booknotes, contains 800 non-fiction authors discussing their books, their research, and their lives. Great for students, teachers, and researchers as it provides both searchable video as well as written transcripts.
  • Bookpage.com
    With over 75 new book reviews and author interviews offered each month, Bookpage helps you choose which new book is right for you. Reviews are organized into interests such as mystery, romance, audiobooks, children's, and even book club choices.
  • British Museum COMPASS: Collections Online
    Unable to fly to London? Not a problem when you can search and browse over 4,000 highlights of the British Museum collection.
  • BuddahNet
    Provides resources for practicing Buddhists and those interested in the religion.
  • Buddhism: Zen Buddhism WWW Virtual Library
    Extensive collection of simply organized Zen Buddhist resources which include news and journals, schools, sutras, koan study games, names, and a calendar.
  • Budget Travel
    With an itinerary planned using this website, you can explore the globe without depleting your holiday fund. Explore by destination or just browse articles for travel inspiration. Each article gives recommendations on restaurants, hotels, and attractions and there are ample reader-supplied tips that will help you save money.
  • Bureau of Justice Statistics
    Statistics on federal crime trends, trends in felony convictions in State courts, corrections trends, expenditure trends, and civil justice trends provided by the United States Department of Justice. Offers access to the Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics.
  • Business Dictionary.com
    Over 20,000 definitions that are both clear and concise. You can browse by business subjects (Accounting and Auditing, Currency Trading, etc.), or search by term.
  • Calendar Home
    This site has calendar converters, date calculators, an encyclopedia of dates, and also links to other calendar sites. You can make your own calendar and print it.
  • Care 2: Healthy & Green Living
    Care 2 promotes eco-friendly home care and decor from suggestions for reusing everyday objects to alternative cleaning supplies. Browse blog entries or search by topic to find articles.
  • Career One Stop - Student and Career Advisors
    Geared toward students, parents, and career advisors, this site includes information regarding career exploration, education and training, job searching, and resume and interview techniques. Information and links provided will also help you find an educational program based on your career choice.
  • CareerBliss
    Search over 3.5 million job postings, 4 million salaries, and 700,000 company reviews.
  • CareerBuilder.com
    Offers current job listings. Search by keywords and location, company or industry name, or browse general categories. Includes international job listings. Allows you to post your resume in order for companies to find you. You can also sign up for job alerts for new listings.
  • CareerOneStop
    All government information about higher education on the web is at your fingertips in this portal maintained by the U.S. Dept. of Education. From planning a career to paying for school, this searchable website is well organized and includes highlights of newly added websites.
  • Castle Garden Immigration Center
    Castle Garden (today known as Castle Clinton National Monument) was America's first official immigration center. This website has a free database of information on 10 million immigrants from 1830 through 1892.
  • Catalog of U.S. Government Publications
    An index to more than 500,000 U.S. government publications published since July 1976, along with bibliographical descriptions and links to the publications themselves, if available.
  • CCC Guide to Grammar and Writing
    For advanced English students, Capitol Community College offers this summary of parts of speech, grammar, punctuation, all aspects of written English, quizzes and puzzles. An in-depth study of this website will reinforce and strengthen all areas of written and spoken English.
  • Center for Disease Control Travel Health Warnings
    Check if the country you are visiting has any outstanding health concerns or vaccination requirements. Also includes general tips on staying safe and healthy abroad, traveling with children or pets, and cruise ship health.
  • Center for Responsive Politics (Opensecrets.org)
    The purpose of this non-partisan, non-profit research group is to track money in politics. The website allows you to look up political contributions by industry, politician's name, state, zip code, and other options.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Travel Information
    If you are planning an international trip, consult this site for the latest health information you should be aware of, including shots and vaccinations that are recommended by the CDC for travel to a particular destination.
  • CEO Express
    Developed to organize the best resources on the web, CEO Express filters the content executives need on the Internet while adding features to the site to make their lives even more streamlined and efficient. Email, stock quotes, and headline news are all conveniently listed in one place, along with necessary office tools such as grammar and style guides, dictionaries, calculators and converters.
  • Certification Requirements: National and State
    National Board for Professional Teaching Standards offers 25 certificates covering a variety of subject areas and student developmental levels. To improve teaching and student learning, teachers may sharpen their skills under state or national level sponsorship for greatest career strength.
  • Charity Navigator
    An independent charity evaluator that helps users evaluate the financial health of over 5,300 of America's largest charities. The site is easily navigable by charity name, location or type of activity and also features opinion pieces by Charity Navigator experts, donation tips, and top-10 and bottom-10 lists which rank efficient and inefficient organizations in a number of categories
  • Charter Schools: NYS Charter Schools
    New York State Department of Education provides this site to help you find approved Charter Schools throughout the state, and learn about the process of charter and accountability for educating the students in charter schools.
  • Charter Schools: US Charter Schools
    Innovative Charter Schools nationwide share resources, teaching ideas that work, and a parents' section to learn more about the charter school movement.
  • Chiefs of State
    The CIA publishes and updates this online directory regularly. It is intended to be used primarily as a reference aid and includes as many governments of the world as is considered practical.
  • Child Welfare Information Gateway
    Provides access to information to help protect children and strengthen families with topics ranging from prevention to permanency, including child welfare, child abuse and neglect, foster care, and adoption.
  • ChildStats.gov
    The official website of the Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics. The site provides easy access to the forum's annual statistics.
  • Choose My Plate
    Provides tips on losing weight and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for people of all ages through nutrition and exercise, with links to the newly revised food pyramid.
  • Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
    Official website of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. Features history, news and events, college of bishops, educational resources, Episcopal districts and list of churches.
  • Christianity: African Methodist Episcopal Church
    Official website of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Features history, news and events, world outreach, and church structure.
  • Christianity: American Baptist Church
    Official website of the American Baptist Church. Features history, mission statement, searchable church finder, church leadership, and church life including ministries, education and resources.
  • Christianity: Anglican Community Official Website
    Site describes the Anglican Community mission statement, evangelization, ethics and technology, liturgy, ecumenical affairs, International Women's Network, Anglican Center in Rome and Anglican Community News Service.
  • Christianity: Early Church Fathers
    Offers early Christian literature, documents, and commentaries.
  • Christianity: Episcopal Church
    Official Episcopal Church website. Features news & events, searchable church finder, groups & organizations, book resource center, church center, life and work of the church which includes active ministries.
  • Christianity: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    Official website of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Features spiritual center, news and events, church wide units, leaders, and resources for further information of ministries and spiritual growth.
  • Christianity: Presbyterian Church
    This is the official website of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. Features a searchable list of congregations, news & events, ministry, vocations, resources and publications for further information.
  • Christianity: The Holy See
    The Vatican homepage in six languages is the official Catholic website for information, doctrine, library and museum, early church father documents, Saints, news and latest events in the world. Features a search engine to access different areas of this website.
  • Christianity: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
    Official Catholic Church website in the United States. Features news and events, daily Mass scripture readings, searchable online Bible and catechism, movies, listing of bishops and dioceses, church documents, church life & ministries, evangelization & outreach, family & laity issues.
  • CIA World Factbook
    Geographic and national information for every country in the world supplied by the United States Central Intelligence Agency.
  • Cinema Arts Centre
    Explore the eclectic offerings of this independent, art-house theatre in Huntington that offers festivals and hosts special events.
  • CitizenshipWorks
    This website will help you to answer questions about your eligibility for citizenship through naturalization. It will also help you to understand the naturalization process and prepare for the naturalization tests.
  • City-Data.com
    Data collected from numerous sources creates complete and interesting profiles of US cities. It also has 101 city lists which rank cities in hundreds of categories.
  • Classics Online
    This online library of classic literature offers full, unabridged texts of fiction, non-fiction, short stories, poetry, and plays. Authors range from Dickens and Bronte to Darwin and Descartes.
  • Climate Change
    This site from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has comprehensive and current information on climate change and U.S. climate change policy.
  • Clinicaltrials.gov
    Clinical trials are research studies with human volunteers that determine whether experimental treatments or new ways of using known therapies will be safe and effective. If you think you might be a candidate for a clinical trial, consult this site which is maintained by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration.
  • CMS/Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
    This government website provides customer service, patient advocacy, and professional relations for beneficiaries and providers. CMS administers the Medicaid and Medicare programs.
  • CNN
    One of the premier news sites, with an emphasis on news from the United States.
  • CNN Politics.com
    Politics at CNN has news, opinion and analysis of American and global politics. Find news and video about the elections, Iraq, North Korea, the White House, the U.N and more.
  • Code of the Town of Islip, New York
    A searchable version of the Town Code of Islip, NY. (Suffolk County).
  • College Navigator from NCES
    A detailed guide of all colleges and universities in the U.S. and its territories compiled by the National Center for Education Statistics. Includes guides on finacial and career planning.
  • Columbia Gazetteer of the World
    Provides 170,000 articles or entries on all types of places throughout the world; both physical places and political entities.
  • Condition of Education
    Integrated publishing of indicators and analyses gathered by national educators each year, 2000-2008. You may sign up for e-mail notification of current news and trends in the field.
  • Connetquot Central School District
    The authoritative source for policies, budgets, school homepages and timely announcements concerning your child's education in the District.
  • Connetquot Public Library Career Counseling and Resources
    Free, one-on-one career counseling for adults and young adults is available at the Connetquot Public Library. Each session is individualized, strictly confidential, and conducted by our trained career counselor, Roberta Keyes.
  • Connetquot River State Park Preserve
    Part of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation this website provides a list of upcoming events being held in Connetquot River State Park, weather information, directions to the park, and other important information needed for a trip to the park.
  • Constellations and Their Stars
    Explains what constellations are, when they can be seen and the myths behind them.
  • Constitute Project
    This database offers constitutions, charters, amendments, and more from nations around the world. Provided by the University of Richmond.
  • Consumer Action Handbook
    Visit this site to get helpful tips on specific consumer issues, like buying a car or home or preventing identity theft. Also, find out how to file a complaint or to contact a specific company.
  • Consumer Affairs License Search
    Suffolk County Contractors License Search is a site where you can enter the telephone, business name, owner's name, address or license number of the contractor you are searching for to find information.
  • Consumer Health Information
    The CDC is dedicated to protecting the public health of the nation. This website will keep you updated on the latest health, safety and medical alerts. Provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
  • Consumer Information on Retirement Plans
    The Employee Benefits Security Administration provides this web page dedicated to consumer information on the different types of retirement plans available to individuals, including defined benefit plans and defined contribution (401(k) plans. It provides information on your rights through the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) as well as Retirement and Health Care coverage for Dislocated Worker and Reservists called into Active Duty.
  • Consumer Reports Best Drug Buys
    Consumer Reports Best Drug Buys seeks to help physicians and consumers make the best prescription drug choices, based on the track record, safety and price of drugs. Because so many people do not have health insurance, Consumer Union, the organization that produces Consumer Reports, seeks to help doctors and consumers find good, affordable alternatives when necessary.
  • Consumer Review
    ConsumerREVIEW.com is the leading source of user-generated buying advice for outdoor sporting goods and consumer electronics. Consumers visit to learn, interact, and buy or sell the products showcased within our network of web communities.
  • Consumer Search
    This is a site for consumers who are researching reviews and prices for goods and services including: computers, health & beauty, home & garden, electronics, pets & family, automotive, kitchen & food, and many others. It also features a column on news and updates with up to date articles and both expert and user reviews.
  • Convert Me
    An interactive site where one can convert from one measuring unit to another, not only for units of mass, length, distance, temperature, but also for cooking, fractions and computer storage.
  • Corrections Connection Network
    Comprehensive news site dealing with prison and parole issues, including jobs available across the country.
  • Country Studies
    A Library of Congress website providing the historical setting, the social, economic, political, and national security systems, and institutions of countries throughout the world.
  • County Business Patterns
    Organized and managed by the U. S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns provides economic data by industry. Businesses use the data for analyzing market potential, measuring the effectiveness of sales and advertising programs, setting sales quotas, and developing budgets. Government agencies use the data for administration and planning.
  • Cozy Mystery List
    This website serves as a detailed guide to the cozy mystery genre including new releases, popular series, and recommended titles. Cozy mysteries are searchable by author, theme, and series.
  • Crackle
    Watch full length television shows and original programming for free.
  • Craig's List
    Provides classifieds and forums for jobs, housing, for sale, personals, services, local community and events.
  • Crime Fiction Lovers
    This website, established by two crime fiction loving journalists, provides crime fiction recommendations to help you find your new favorite book. Check out cutting edge news, reviews, featured titles, and even upcoming events in the crime fiction industry.
  • Cruise Critic
    Complete guide to cruises, cruise lines and exclusive deals. Over 26,000 cruise reviews are written by the editors and travelers. There are also ship ratings and information on ports of call.
  • Currency Converter
    Find conversion rates for 164 world currencies with exchange rates updated daily.
  • Current Conditions
    Get the current weather conditions from Long Island MacArthur Airport and the weather forecast for the surrounding area.
  • Curriculum and Instruction
    New York State Learning Standards requirements for developmentally appropriate education for students through high school graduation, with thorough preparation for work, further education, and citizenship.
  • CYBERCRIME
    For information on reporting Computer, Internet-Related, or Intellectual Property Crime from the United States Department of Justice
  • Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
    An extensive list of links to genealogical research sites on the Internet.
  • DataUSA
    This website takes data from various sources and illustrates it for consumption. This site is perfect for small business owners looking to break into a particular industry or location.
  • DefenseLink
    This is the official website for the Department of Defense and the starting point for finding US military information online.
  • Dental Health Resources by MedlinePlus
    Information on basic oral care, preventative care, treatments and tests. Includes videos, clinical trials, statistics and research.
  • Developing Educational Standards
    Common Core State Standards Initiative sets consistent, clear, and robust national standards of excellence for student achievement. Skills and knowledge relevant to the real world will equip student to compete in college and career choices to be effective in a new global economic world.
  • Dewey Decimal Classification Summaries
    Have you ever wanted to know what the Dewey Decimal Classification is and how it works? This guide provides a detailed overview of the most current version of the DDC.
  • Directions: Google Maps
    View maps and get driving directions for the United States and countries overseas. Maps are available in standard atlas-type versions, with terrain contouring, or with photographic satellite versions. Selected areas of the world can even be viewed from the street viewed as if you were actually there!
  • Disabled Travelers
    Tips for accessible traveling around the world. Lists of travel agents, tour operators, accessible transportation companies, travel companions, adventure travel companies, and airline assistance.
  • Discover Long Island
    Discover Long Island is the official tourism promotion agency for Long Island. If you are looking for something to do on Long Island, this website supplies information for museums, sporting events, seasonal activities, concerts, and much more.
  • Distance Learning: US Distance Learning Association
    USDLA offers a one-stop resource for distance learning, e-learning, mobile learning, computer and web-based learning, webinars, and opportunities that change every day!
  • Divorce Support
    The Divorce Support website provides divorce information on family law topics such as; divorce, child custody, visitation, child support, alimony and property division.
  • Doctorfinder
    The American Medical Association has created this site to enable the consumer to research basic professional information about any licensed physician in the United States.
  • Dog-Friendly Travel
    Pet travel guide for dogs of all sizes. Pet friendly hotels, bed and breakfast inns, RV parks and campgrounds, cabin and vacation rentals, accommodations, dog parks, and airline travel.
  • DoSomething.org
    Designed just for teens, this website not only provides volunteer opportunities in your area, but also encourages you to start your own volunteer activities and causes. The site offers tips on how to get started, information on creating your own clubs, and focuses on a sense of community among its users and staff. Follow the organization's blog and friend them on MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube for more information.
  • DVD Release Dates
    Features movie releases on DVD and Blu-Ray for the current and upcoming weeks.
  • E! Online
    Catch up with the entertainment world with news, gossip, video clips, and photos.
  • eAccessNY Occupational Licensing Management System
    This system allows members of the general public to search for current licensees and approved qualifying courses (real estate brokers and agents are included).
  • Earth & Sky Tonight
    See what is happening in tonight's sky as well as for the next dew days.
  • Eastern Suffolk BOCES
    Serving Eastern Long Island, the Board of Cooperative Educational Services offers specialized educational and trade skill courses, at reasonable cost and many in the evening, to adult learners to meet Long Island's technical workforce demand.
  • Edgar Database
    Provided by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. All companies, foreign and domestic, are required to file registration statements, periodic reports, and other forms electronically through EDGAR. Anyone can access and download this information for free. Here you'll find links to a complete list of filings available through EDGAR and instructions for searching the EDGAR database.
  • Edmunds.com
    Edmunds.com provides pricing, unbiased car reviews, ratings, and expert advice to help you get a fair deal when researching new and used cars.
  • Educational Resource Information Center
    Journals and publications in the education field indexed for best use by professional educators.
  • eHistory
    Over 120,000 pages of Official Records, soldier's letters, memoirs, books, original articles and informative databases, Reviews, Primary Sources.
  • Eldercare Locator
    Official information and services for seniors from the U.S. government.
  • Election Guide by Country
    A collection of links to election results from around the world.
  • Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr. (at Bartleby.com)
    A classic reference for the rules of composition and clear writing, this go-to version is a great aid when writing style needs clarification.
  • Ellis Island Passenger Arrivals
    Contains a database of the passengers who arrived at Ellis Island from 1892 to 1924. Requires a free registration to view the records.
  • Emmy Awards
    Features an archive of nominees and winners from 1949 to present.
  • Employment Opportunities with New York State Government
    Employment opportunities, exam announcements, eligible lists and featured programs are listed here.
  • Endangered Species Program
    Maintained by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which has partial responsibility over endangered species. Lists all the threatened and endangered plants and animals in the U.S. and efforts to recover those species. Also includes international threatened and endangered species.
  • EngageNY
    Created and maintained by the New York State Education Departments; provides the latest news, resources, and videos regarding the Common Core standards for administrators, teachers, parents, and communities
  • Envirofacts Data Warehouse
    By entering your zip code, you can find superfund sites in your neighborhood as well as finding out who has permits for working with water, toxic and air releases, hazardous wastes and water discharge permits. From the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
  • EnviroLink
    A directory of Internet sites about the environment and environmental policy.
  • ESPN
    One-stop shopping for all major sports news, athlete info, TV programming, fantasy games, and much more.
  • Ethics Center
    Provide resources and updates on current literature, both popular and professional, that relates to ethics. For both instructors and students.
  • Ethnologue-Languages of the World
    All 6,912 known languages of the world are catalogued in this online version of the encyclopedic reference work published by SIL. Searchable by map, language families, or name, each language is briefly described with titles for further study supplied.
  • ETS NET (Educational Testing Service)
    Information on the SAT, PSAT, GRE, TOEFL, and many other standardized tests from the service that administers, grades, and sends out your scores.
  • EurekAlert
    Science news service sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Includes press releases announcing the results of studies and experiments.
  • Evaluating Web Content
    This guide offers tips for evaluating the quality of content on the Web. In recent years, the Web has become a rich environment of Web pages, blogs, wikis, social networking sites, free research services, media types and more. It can be a challenge to figure out which content to trust. This page will help you to identify the type of site you are visiting and to evaluate its content.
  • Export.gov
    This portal brings together resources from across the U.S. Government to assist American businesses in planning their international sales strategies and succeed in today's global marketplace. The site provides links to partner agencies such as the International Trade Administration, Department of State, Export-Import Bank, as well as information regarding regulations and licenses for exporting.
  • FAFSA on the Web
    You may use this simplified online process for filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, including deadlines, worksheets, school codes, and a personal account to track your progress.
  • FamilySearch
    Produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), this site provides access to family history records from around the world.
  • Fantastic Fiction
    Searchable by author or title, this website offers over 20,000 bibliographies of author's works. You may also search by series, award, and year.
  • Fantasy Sports Central
    Strategize to your heart's content on this site that covers football, baseball, and basketball fantasy teams.
  • FDsys : Government Printing Office's Federal Digital System
    Provides free electronic access to U.S. government publications from all three branches of the federal government. Also has a link to the U.S. government online bookstore.
  • Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project
    Browse through cookbooks from the 18th to the 20th centuries and see how our ancestors approached home cooking. Read transcripts of recipes and cooking advice or even view pages of the actual books.
  • Ferry Schedules: Long Island Ferries
    Check departure times and fees for ferry service from Long Island to Connecticut and Fire Island. Links are available for ferries from Port Jefferson to Bridgeport, Orient Point to New London, and from the South Shore to Fire Island. Online reservations are available for some ferries.
  • Film Ratings from the MPAA
    Search this database to find film ratings and also learn about the Motion Picture Association of America's ratings system.
  • FindLaw
    Find a local lawyer and free legal information at FindLaw. Features a link for legal professionals to research the law and find case, codes, and articles for Federal, International or State law (including New York).
  • Folger Shakespeare Library
    The D.C.-based Folger Shakespeare Library, the world's largest and finest collection of Shakespeare materials, provides numerous ways for children, students, teachers, and actors to learn more about the playwright at this fantastic treasure trove of Bard information. Hamnet, Folger's web-based library catalog, is also available.
  • Food Safety
    Keep up to date on the outbreak of any major food contaminants and get general advice for creating a safe and clean environment in your kitchen.
  • Food Safety.gov
    This website is a gateway to the latest information on food safety from the farm to the table. Check this site for the latest alerts from the U.S. government.
  • Football: National Football League (NFL)
    Official site of the National Football League. It delivers in-depth team pages for all clubs, game-day coverage with real time statistics and play-by-play commentary.
  • Foreign Governments
    Contains the official websites of governments around the world, often with direct links to presidents and prime ministers, parliaments, ministries and departments.
  • Foreign Relations of the United States
    A United States Department of State website featuring a permanent electronic archive of foreign relations information.
  • Fox News
    Breaking news from "the most powerful name in news."
  • Free Dictionary
    The main source of this dictionary is fourth edition of the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. There are links to medical, legal and financial dictionaries.
  • Free Translation
    You can translate a web page by typing the web address into the search box, or paste text onto the text box. Translates by using phrases instead of a word-by-word literal translation.
  • FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection
    The FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection works for the consumer to prevent fraud, deception, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and empowers consumers with free information to help them exercise their rights and spot and avoid fraud and deception.
  • Fuel Economy - United States Department of Energy
    Fueleconomy.gov features fuel-economy, emissions, and safety data for new and used cars, as well as fuel-saving tips. You can compare new and used cars according to gas mileage, greenhouse gas emissions, air-pollution ratings, and safety records. Internal search engine allows for a quick search.
  • FurnaceCompare.com
    Search and compare air conditioners, boilers, furnaces and heat pumps, based on consumer reviews from across the web.
  • Garden Insects and Pests
    Cornell Cooperative Extension's guide to controlling vegetable garden pests.
  • GardenWeb: Ask the Experts
    Avid gardeners answer users' questions about a variety of common gardening issues. Browse by general topic or use the keyword search.
  • Genealogy Federation of Long Island
    The Federation is comprised of fifteen Long Island genealogy organizations. The website includes a monthly calendar of family history events sponsored by the various genealogy groups.
  • Geology of Long Island
    Describes the geological forces that shaped Long Island.
  • GetHuman.com
    When you're tired of wasting time due to phone systems that require you to press 10 or more options in order to reach a real person and spending many minutes or even hours on hold, consult the Get2Human database of secret phone numbers and codes that immediately get an actual, live person on the line for customer service at nearly 1000 major companies.
  • Getting Hired
    Bridging the gap between job seekers with disabilities and employees looking to hire.
  • Glassdoor.com
    A free career community where anyone can find and anonymously share an inside look at jobs and companies. The site includes company salaries, reviews, interview questions, and more.  All information comes from current and former employees, interview candidates, and the companies themselves.
  • Global Volcanism Program
    Information from the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History about past and ongoing volcanic activity from around the world.
  • Golf: PGA
    Get golf information, golf tournament updates and golf news from the official site of the PGA of America.
  • Goodreads
    Build a virtual bookshelf to display your books and view what your friends have been reading on this social networking site for book lovers.
  • Google
    The results in Google are based on the number of pages linking to a particular page. The advanced search feature allows searching for phrases, types of domains, such as .com or .edu, and also by file type, such as pdf or doc. Google offers many other auxiliary services on its site, such as image files, maps and searches within books.
  • Google Maps
    Explore the Earth with interactive maps, directions and traffic, satellite and aerial images, bird's eye view, 3D maps and 3D cities.
  • Google News
    News from newpapers, radio and television stations and wire services. Keyword searching is available. Also includes links to news in foreign languages on the bottom of the page.
  • Google Translator
    Translates text that is typed into the text box, a web address, or you can upload a document for translation.
  • Graduate Schools
    Listed as the most comprehensive online source for graduate school information, this site lets users search by subject, by school, or by distance education.
  • Grammy Awards
    Search the database of winners by name, album title or year, going back to 1958.
  • Grants.gov
    Grants.gov is your source to find, apply for and track applications for federal government grants.
  • Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce
    The Sayville Chamber of Commerce lists town events, tourism information, Chamber members, and business professionals. There is also an interactive map that lists names and phone numbers of shops and merchants in Sayville.
  • Guide to Grammar and Style
    Rutgers English professor Jack Lynch created and maintains this site as an aid for writing students. Search terms by alphabetic order, rudimentary search engine or use his informative guide to"Getting an A on an English Paper" (a work in progress).
  • Habitat for Humanity
    Volunteer in your local community or travel to another location to help build houses for those in need.
  • Health Care Proxy Forms and Instructions
    The New York State Health Department provides you with information about appointing someone to make health care decisions when you are unable, as well as health care proxy forms and instructions that you will require. These forms are available in English, Spanish, Russian and Chinese.
  • HealthyChildren.org
    This website was launched by the American Academy of Pediatrics to provide trustworthy information and advice for parents and caregivers. It is divided into user friendly sections including Ages and Stages, Safety and Prevention and Health Issues. If you register, you can receive a monthly newsletter and customized health information.
  • Heavens Above
    Provides current satellite and astronomical information. With free registration, you can enter your latitude and longitude that will allow you to access additional features.
  • Helping You to Understand Chemistry
    Written by a British chemistry teacher, this site is designed to help high school chemistry students.
  • HelpWantedLongIsland.com
    Specific to Long Island, you can search for jobs by category, keyword or location; post your resume; use career assessment tools; and get tips on advancing your current career.
  • HGTV
    When you are not glued to the television soaking up decorating tips, you can browse HGTV's extensive website of tips for indoors or out! Look for your favorite show or designer or watch design-transformation videos.
  • HGTV: Landscaping Ideas
    HGTV can provide inspiration and help when planning your yard. Articles and videos address common landscaping mistakes, how to build decks and design patio spaces, as well as indoor and container gardening.
  • High School Ace
    Web directory of the free best educational resources for teens.
  • High School Sports: Long Island High Schools
    Newsday's page of Long Island sports news features recent scores, articles, video, and photos.
  • Hiking Connetquot River State Park
    The Loop Trail is one of Connetquot River State Park's main trails. It is 9.8 miles and has abundant wildlife. The Wildernet website has a satellite and topographic map and gives a detailed description of the Loop Trail.
  • Hinduism: Encyclopedia of Authentic Hinduism
    Offers information on aspects of Hindu philosophy, culture, religion and history.
  • Historic Long Island
    Historic Long Island is your ultimate resource for all your mansion and historical needs on Long Island. This website also includes an events calendar.
  • Hockey: National Hockey League (NHL)
    The official National Hockey League web site includes features, news, rosters, statistics, schedules, teams, live game radio broadcasts, and video clips.
  • Homeschooling: Jon's Homeschooling Resource
    One of the largest and most comprehensive home schooling resource websites, this site offers many subject and grade level areas and exchange of ideas.
  • Horse Racing: New York Racing Association
    Keep up with New York's racing scene with coverage of the Aqueduct, Saratoga, and Belmont Park.
  • Hospital Compare
    Medicare has provided this tool to enable you to compare the quality of care received by patients in hospitals within the same region. You can compare up to three hospitals at a time.
  • Hot Docs: Government Documents in the News
    Columbia University Libraries offers a collection of historical documents to be used in current events research.
  • Hotels.com
    Find a hotel and read customer reviews on over 8,000 locations around the world. Also browse room rates, photographs, maps, and attractions with easy to navigate tabs.
  • How Everything Works
    Descriptions of how everyday objects work from the physics department at the University of Virginia. Includes searchable and browsing indexes.
  • HUD Homes (US Department of Housing and Urban Development)
    Several federal agencies have properties to sell. Single family and multifamily homes are available.
  • Hugh's Financial Calculators
    This site has calculators for every phase of home ownership including rent vs. buy, points or down payment, balloon mortgage calculators and how much home can you afford.
  • Hulu
    Watch popular television programs and films online with limited commercial interruptions from studios such as NBC, FOX, MGM, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., and more.
  • Human Genome Project
    Information about the Human Genome Project along with its medical and genetic implications, and the ethical, legal and social issues.
  • Human Space Flight
    Get the current news about the space shuttle and the International Space Station from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
  • IdeaList
    A project of the nonprofit organization Action Without Borders, IdeaList allows people and organizations to share information, resources and ideas. Search for nonprofit job listings, volunteer opportunities and internships.
  • Indeed
    With its clean, uncluttered interface, it is easy to search through job sites, newspapers, associations, and company career pages using keywords and a city, state, or zip code. Job trends, salary information, various career tools, and a helpful blog are also provided.
  • Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
    An index of several thousand organized links to Native American and related websites, for both academic research and personal uses.
  • Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs) - Publication 590
    This IRS publication gives detailed information on the different types of IRAs, including Traditional, Roth, SEP, and SIMPLE IRAs. This publications answers questions regarding how to set up an IRA, contribution limits, allowable deductions, withdrawing assets, Rollovers, and inherited IRAs.
  • InfoPlease
    This is the online version of the Information Please Almanac and is updated with topics in the news and with links for additional information.
  • Information on Assistive Technologies and Equipment
    Abledata can help you find the information you need about all assistive technologies and rehabilitation equipment. It does not sell any products but can help you find what you are looking for. It also has helpful travel links for the disabled.
  • Institute for International Economics
    Up-to-date, non-ideological, in-depth analysis of trends in international economic policy. Also provides a broad range of academic and popular sites featuring economic news and research.
  • Insurance and Medicare (AARP)
    AARP's information page on insurance and Medicare for those 50 and over.
  • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety - Highway Loss Data Institute
    The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is an independent, nonprofit, scientific, and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses (deaths, injuries, and property damage) from crashes on the nation's highways. The site includes information on vehicle ratings, traffic laws, news, research and statistics, safety facts and numerous consumer publications.
  • Intercountry Adoption
    Official website with information on the process of adopting a child from another country. The Office of Children's Issues is an agency of the United States Department of State.
  • Interest.com
    Use this site's calculators and worksheets to find the best interest rates on everything from mortgages to certificates of deposit.
  • Interesting Things for ESL Students
    Word games, puzzles, quizzes, jokes, exercises for all skill levels in spelling, reading, writing, slang, proverbs, and idioms. Adaptable for MP3 format and developed to be fun and entertaining.
  • International Business Resources on the WWW
    Created by the International Business Center at Michigan State University globalEDGE is a knowledge web-portal that connects international business professionals worldwide to a wealth of information, insights, and learning resources on global business activities. Partially funded by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI B grant, globalEDGE is your source for global business knowledge.
  • International Country Calling Codes
    Gives the country calling codes for calls made from one country to another country.
  • International Data Base
    A computerized database maintained by the U.S. Bureau of the Census of demographic and socio-economic statistics from every country in the world. One can search the data back to 1950 and for projections to 2050. Searching for data from multiple countries at the same time is possible.
  • International Dialects of English Archive
    Created by Univ. of Kansas professor Paul Meier, an author and leading dialect coach for theatre and film, IDEA is a free, online source of recordings for the performing arts. Recordings are in English and consist of a standard reading in both English language dialects and English spoken in the accents of other languages.
  • International Learning: GoAbroad.com
    On a leading international and experiential travel resource, you will find over 15,000 opportunities updated daily for volunteer service, internships, teaching, language schools, and college study.
  • International Learning: StudyAbroad.com
    This site is informational for students who are considering an internship, a study year abroad or volunteer opportunities for credit in an overseas learning environment. There are also offerings for teachers and high school students as well.
  • International Learning: StudyOverseas.com
    Choose your desired location and find country, college, and course advice for international students. Read current journal articles on leading issues in studying overseas, and find a broad context for an educational choice.
  • International Music Score Library Project
    Download free public domain sheet music from the International Music Score Library Project. Includes out-of-copyright scores as well as contemporary scores that have been shared by the composers.
  • International Telephone Directories
    Directory of Internet sites listing online phone directories from around the world
  • Internet Archive Wayback Machine
    Find out how your favorite websites looked in the past. The Wayback Machine has archived billions of web pages since 1996.
  • Internet Broadway Database
    A comprehensive archive of current and past Broadway productions, including both musicals and plays.
  • Internet Crime Complaint Center
    Is it a scam or not? The center is a partnership of three federal agencies that will help you decide and offer help if you feel you have been defrauded through an Internet site.
  • Internet Fraud Watch
    This site offers help to users in the areas of Internet fraud tips, scams against businesses, an online complaint form, and Internet fraud statistics.
  • Internet Movie Database
    IMDb: This is the authoritative site for film fans covering new, forthcoming, and classic feature films, foreign films, tv movies and shows. You'll find movie summaries, cast and crew sheets, soundtrack lists, trivia, quotes, and photos. Also find lists of award-winners, forthcoming DVD releases, and entertainment news.
  • InternetNews.com
    News from the Internet and computer world.
  • Internships.com
    Internships.com provides a wide variety of interactive tools and services to enable every student, employer and educator to better understand and optimize internship opportunities, enabling businesses to identify the best job candidates and for students to develop the real-world skills they will need upon graduation.
  • InvestorGuide.com
    Designed to give online investors all the tools they need to manage their own personal finance and investment decisions, this site covers online brokers, stock information, and a comprehensive list of publicly traded companies.
  • Islam: BBC Profile
    This site offers a guide to Islam, its belief system and history, practices, holy days, as well as readings from The Qur'an.
  • IslamicFinder
    Large subject-organized collection of online Islamic resources that include education, the Quran, art, computers, calendar, articles and photos.
  • Job Applications Online
    This site provides job seekers with an overview of the online application systems available for popular employers.
  • Job Corps
    Job Corps is open to people 16-24 who are looking for training and educational opportunities outside of Suffolk County. Enrollment is voluntary and based on the idea that the young person would like to change their life with training, education and a chance to go to college for free.
  • Job Fairs - Suffolk County
    Conducted by the Suffolk County Department of Labor, fliers for upcoming job fairs that take place throughout the county are available for you to print. Most announcements offer a list of companies scheduled to attend.
  • Job Skills Checklist
    A skills inventory list that you can use to help build your resume and cover letter.
  • JobHaven.org
    Created by the Town of Brookhaven for easy access to employment opportunities offered by various companies, businesses, and organizations in and around Brookhaven Town. This is a portal to many other job-related sites and up to date information on recent job postings. This website also has useful information about Brookhaven Town services for small businesses.
  • Jobs Fairs - New York State
    Provided by the New York State Department of Labor, you can view the latest job fair listings throughout the state. Search by region to find one near you.
  • Jones Beach Concert Series
    It's not summer without a Jones Beach concert. Concert information, seating charts, and online ticketing are just a click away.
  • Judaism and Jewish Resources
    A gateway to the extensive online Jewish resources on the Internet, including libraries, arts organizations, chat, travel, services and news.
  • Judaism: Project Genesis
    Provides and promotes basic to advanced Jewish education through historical texts which include the Torah and the Talmud. Offers online e-mail classes for all levels. Philosophical and legal issues are also presented and discussed. Covers all aspects of Jewish history and Jewish life.
  • Karl Jeacle's Mortgage Calculator
    This comprehensive mortgage calculator allows you to print a full report of different mortgage scenarios. Detailed graphs and charts help you understand the impact of extra payments and different interest rates.
  • Karla's Guide to Citation Style Guides
    Karla Tonella of the Univ. of Iowa has compiled a list of over 15 links which provide writers with every bib style professors demand from MLA to APA. Also included are guides to copyright law and citing internet sources, government publications, and more.
  • Kayak.com: Ticket Prices
    For one-stop shopping for cheap tickets, check Kayak.com. This site searches hundreds of travel sites and compares results so you don't have to check dozens of sites yourself. Find and book cheap airline tickets, hotel rooms, vacations and rental cars.
  • Kelley Blue Book
    KBB. A full featured and fast loading site you can use to check prices and other information on a new or used car. Also offers photos, advice and car comparison when shopping for a car. Price information also available in Spanish.
  • Khan Academy - Mathematics
    Practice exercises, instructional videos, and personalized learning lessons on virtually every mathematical subject.
  • Khan Academy - Physics
    Practice exercises, instructional videos, and personalized learning lessons on a wide range of physics subjects.
  • Kid Info
    Quality links for students, parents, or teachers to access relevant K-12 curriculum topics, including quality fun sites as well.
  • Lake Ronkonkoma Civic Organization
    Lake Ronkonkoma Civic Organization has a very interactive website. You can become a member, shop the online gift shop, and even report if you have seen Ronky the Lake Monster.
  • Landmark's Citation Machine
    Citation Machine is an interactive web tool to be used by students and teachers to facilitate the proper crediting of information sources. Users simply click on the citation format of choice, complete the form with their source information, and click "Make Citation" to create a bibliographic citation.
  • Laws of Suffolk County, New York
    A searchable version of the Laws of Suffolk County.
  • LDA Resources
    Collection of accessible and practical resources for those interested in Special Education topics. Compiled by the Learning Disabilities Association of America.
  • Learn the Internet : Master the Basics
    The site describes to beginners the basics of using the Internet. Topics include how to surf the Web, downloading files and the basics of email.
  • Learn the Net
    This website offers easy instruction in browsing the Internet, using e-mail, downloading files, searching for a job, managing pictures and music, and much more.
  • Learning Disabled Resources
    Excellent indexed collection of current topics and past digitized postings on all aspects of learning disabilities from a well-known successful LD adult and educational consultant.
  • Legal Information Institute
    LII is a research and electronic publishing activity of the Cornell Law School. Popular collections include: the U.S. Code, Supreme Court opinions, federal, state, and world law.
  • Librarians' Internet Index
    A searchable and browsable directory of Internet sites, all of which have been evaluated by librarians for their usefulness. Their motto is "Websites you can trust."
  • Library of Congress
    The Library of Congress, established by the U.S. Congress in 1800, houses the largest collection of books, maps, recordings, photographs and manuscripts in the world. There are links to online exhibits about American history and culture. There is a link to their catalog.
  • Library of Congress Guide to Law Online
    The Guide to Law Online is an annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online. It includes selected links to useful and reliable sites for legal information.
  • Library Technology Guides
    An independent site with news in the library automation and technology field.
  • LinkedIn Jobs
    Harness the power of your LinkedIn network to find a job.
  • Local Movie Times
    Enter your zip code to see nearby movie theatres and times. Read a movie review or watch the trailer before you go. Tickets for some theatres can also be purchased online.
  • Local Native Americans
    A cultural history of both the Shinnecock and Montauk Indian Tribes. This website includes a painting and photograph exhibition and information on the Indian Pow Wow.
  • Logos Translations Multilingual Dictionary
    This is a multilingual dictionary with millions of words from over 200 languages.
  • Lonely Planet Travel Planner
    Travel advice, tips and destination information inspire you to tour the globe from the popular travel organization Lonely Planet.
  • Long Island Apartment & Rental Finder
    Source for apartment complexes and garden apartments in Suffolk and Nassau.
  • Long Island Association
    The Long Island Association is the largest business organization in New York. One of their purposes is to act as an umbrella organization, providing products and services designed to assist the growth of businesses. Business benefits include networking, marketing and advertising, training and consulting services, and business referrals.
  • Long Island Birding
    Bird lovers have a home on the Internet with this website highlighting Long Island locations for great birdwatching opportunities as well as news and upcoming trips.
  • Long Island Boat Ramp Guide
    Find a place to hit the high seas with this list of Suffolk County ramps. The list includes town phone numbers, seasonal restrictions, and indicates if fees are in place to launch.
  • Long Island Business News Home Page
    Long Island Business News is Long Island's only publication devoted to local commerce and has been the premier source of news and data on business, economic trends, and the region's entrepreneurial sector for more than 50 years.
  • Long Island Census Data
    Census data from the 2000 federal census for the United States, New York state, Nassau and Suffolk Counties and the individual townships.
  • Long Island Colleges and Universities
    Links to home pages of nineteen institutions of higher learning located on Long Island.
  • Long Island Division -- Local History Collection at the Queens Library
    The Long Island Division of the Queens Borough Public Library collects, preserves, and makes available resources that document the social, economic, and political history of the four counties on Long Island - Kings (Brooklyn), Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk.
  • Long Island Education Opportunity Center
    The LIEOC collaborates with higher education, business, industry, government, and its communities, to create a skilled workforce that remains competitive and vibrant in a global economy. Programs include Allied Health Education, Business Careers and Technology, Adult Basic Education, College Preparation, High School Equivalency (HSE), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), and creative design opportunities through our Entrepreneur Technology Center's Visual Technology Program.
  • Long Island Events
    Find out where to go and what to do today, this weekend, or anytime on Long Island. Includes fairs and festivals, theatre, concerts, and more.
  • Long Island Fishing
    Guide to Long Island fishing locations and fish species found in specific locales. Also provides links to freshwater and saltwater fish and New York State fishing regulations. From the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation.
  • Long Island Frequencies & Scanning Information
    Provides a listing of public service frequencies in Suffolk and Nassau counties, including the police, emergency, transportation, and more.
  • Long Island Golf Courses
    Hit the links with this comprehensive list of Long Island golf courses including maps, descriptions, and amenities.
  • Long Island Index
    The Long Island Index is a status report on the Long Island region that aims to engage the Long Island community in thinking about the region's future and to be a catalyst for corrective action.
  • Long Island Index Maps
    An interactive map that displays land use patterns, population and housing statistics from the federal census, district-by-district educational data, special districts and more. Also includes satellite photography of land parcels. Information comes from federal, state and local governments.
  • Long Island Invasive Species Management Area
    Discover the invasive plant and tree species found on Long Island and learn about alternative plantings that are native to the area.
  • Long Island Job Finder
    In operation since April 2000, this is a free weekly listing of jobs offered in Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk counties currently available. Print editions are available in many local stores. Lists job openings and upcoming job fairs.
  • Long Island Oddities
    Long Island Oddities features pictures and histories of abandoned buildings and assorted oddities. These oddities include roadside attractions and eateries, cemeteries, and local UFO sightings.
  • Long Island Parks & Beaches
    Find a list of the state and county parks and beaches in your neighborhood. The result list for each town or zip code also includes dog parks.
  • Long Island Pennysaver Classified Ads
    The Long Island Pennysaver reaches over 2.6 million households and businesses weekly. Their classified ads are very localized to over 181 communities in metro New York. Published by Star Community Publishing Group.
  • Long Island Radio Guide
    A listing of FM and AM stations heard on the Island with links to each station's website, where you can listen online.
  • Long Island Schools
    Statistical, factual, current addresses, and home pages for Suffolk and Nassau public schools, preschool through high school.
  • Long Island Sound Coastal Management Program
    Information from the New York State Department of State’s Division of Coastal Resources along with a link to a report describing ways to protect the Long Island Sound coastal areas.
  • Long Island Sound Study
    A cooperative effort of concerned individuals, groups and government agencies dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Long Island Sound.
  • Long Island Soundkeeper
    Lists programs and resources dedicated to the preservation of Long Island Sound.
  • Long Island Theater Mania
    Find out about all of the theater happening on Long Island. Buy tickets, browse by category, and what’s closing and coming soon.
  • Long Island Theatre
    Plan an outing to a play or musical with this list from Long Island theatre and cultural events calendar. Show dates, times, and ticket prices are shown as well as theatre phone numbers.
  • Long Island Trail Lovers Coalition
    Go for a walk on Long Island! The LITLC maintains a list of hiking trails in Suffolk County with descriptions of blazes (or routes).
  • Long Island Volunteer Enterprise
    "Mobilizes volunteer teams from the corporate, academic and not-for-profit sectors to complete a one day project that will significantly improve the quality of life for many who live and work on Long Island."
  • Long Island Volunteer Jobs
    Search volunteer opportunities throughout Long Island, including positions at local soup kitchens, assisting seniors, and fund raising, among others.
  • Long Island Wineries
    Visit this webpage to find a map of Long Island wine country and a list of vineyards and events.
  • Looking for the Best!
    U.S. News and World Report publishes "BEST" rankings each year for colleges, graduate schools, and world's best rankings. In depth ratings give insight and comparisons not found in any other source.
  • Lottery.com
    Check lottery numbers from states around the nation and find payout information. Also includes past numbers going back several years.
  • Martindale.com
    Find a lawyer or attorney in a searchable Law Locator directory.
  • Math Forum
    A resource for math teachers, math students and parents broken down into type of math and grade level. Searchable and browsable indexes.
  • Matrimonial Matters
    Free instruction booklets and forms for people starting a divorce supplied by the New York State Unified Court System.
  • Mayo Clinic
    The acclaimed Mayo Clinic has created a consumer oriented website that offers simple tools and fast answers to your questions about diseases and conditions. The site presents this information in easy to read articles, videos and some special features such as "Ask a Specialist" and "Symptom Checker".
  • Medicaid
    Medicaid is a New York State program for people unable to afford health care. This site will tell you where to apply, what you need to bring with you as well as the income requirements.
  • Medicaid
    New York State Department of Health's comprehensive Medicaid site.
  • Medical Assistant Degrees
    Medical Assistant Degrees provides all the information you need about online medical assistant programs.
  • Medicare
    Medicare is the nation's largest health insurance program, which covers nearly 40 million Americans. It is for people age 65 or older, some disabled people under age 65, and people of all ages with end-stage renal disease. If you are eligible for Medicare and have questions about your coverage, this is the official U.S. government site. From here, you can gather information about Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage. You can also download the latest version of "Medicare and You".
  • Medicare
    The official US government site for people with Medicare.
  • MedlinePlus
    MedlinePlus brings together information from highly regarded sources: the National Library of Medicine (the world's largest medical library), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other government agencies and health-related organizations. If you are looking for accurate and timely medical information on tests, diseases, surgery, etc., with illustrations and medical photographs, look at Medlineplus with its extensive medical encyclopedia.
  • Merck Veterinary Manual
    The Merck Veterinary Manual is the single most comprehensive electronic reference for animal care information. The User Guide provides detailed information on how the site is organized and how to navigate around it. The search tips, found in the advanced search section, allow users to maximize the effectiveness of this powerful feature.
  • Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    Based on the 11th edition of the Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, published in 2003. Each entry includes a pronunciation, definition, usage and etymology. A thesaurus is also included.
  • Metacrawler
    Searches several Internet search engines at once. Also offers advanced search options.
  • Metoac History
    The Metoac Indians were a collective grouping of the tribes on Long Island. This website provides the names, sub-nations, and villages that were included in the Metoac tribes. Also included is a short history and a brief description of their culture.
  • Money's Best Places to Live
    Money Magazine's annual ranking of the best places to live in America. It contains 100 great American towns plus an online only database.
  • Monster.com
    Designed with new features to help you find the right job, Monster.com offers resume assistance, job listings, career tools, advice, and helpful videos.
  • Moving.com
    Moving.com offers comprehensive moving related services and lets you compare quotes from up to 6 qualified movers in your area.
  • MSNBC
    The source tthat provides "a fuller spectrum of the news."
  • MTA: Including Long Island Railroad and New York City Subway Maps
    The MTA's official site has links to the LIRR's train schedules and route maps as well as Manhattan subway lines, Long Island or city bus routes, Metro-North, and information on tolls at bridges and tunnels. Find an E-Z pass application at this site and also service advisories on all forms of public transportation.
  • Multiple Listing Service of Long Island Inc.
    This site provides comprehensive listing information for homes in Long Island.
  • My3Cents.com
    My3cents.com is a leading source of real consumer advice. Visitors come to learn, interact and voice opinions regarding companies, products and services in our open community, and help others learn from your own personal consumer experiences.
  • mySkills myFuture
    Created by the US Department of Labor CareerOneStop, you can search for positions and job listings based on the skills you've acquired from past jobs. For positions listed, you will also find salary information and links for specific training (when applicable).
  • NAICS Code Search
    The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.
  • Nassau County
    Whether you live and work in Nassau County, do business in Nassau County, or just need general information, this website provides an easy-to-use format. Find forms and permits, government contracts, and parks and beaches. Also includes a list of county departments.
  • National Alliance for Caregiving
    The National Alliance for Caregiving is dedicated to providing support to family caregivers and the professionals who help them and to increasing public awareness of issues facing family caregivers.
  • National Association of Realtors
    Use the "Find home values" tab to get information on home sales in your area. Realtor.com contains an expansive database of real estate listings, homes for sale and other property currently on the market across the entire USA.
  • National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) guides
    This website offers new and used transportation retail values including cars and trucks, boats, RV's, snowmobiles, ATV's, motorcycles and airplanes, as well as consumer news, finance and insurance quotes, and warranty information. Vehicle photos are not included.
  • National Center for Health Statistics
    This website maintains statistics on public health issues and diseases. NCHS, the most comprehensive public health statistical agency in the United States has now made its major data collection information available to anyone with a computer and an Internet connection.
  • National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
    Official site for current information on Missing and Exploited Children, search for missing children, view wanted posters, submit child "sightings" and more.
  • National Center for Victims of Crime
    The nation's leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims. They have worked with thousands of grassroots organizations and criminal justice agencies across the country serving millions of crime victims.
  • National Consumers League
    NCL provides government, businesses, and other organizations with the consumer's perspective on concerns including child labor, privacy, food safety, and medication information.
  • National Criminal Justice Reference Service Justice Information Center
    NCJRS is a federally funded resource offering justice, substance abuse, and victim assistance information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. Administered by the United States Department of Justice.
  • National Gardening Association
    Beginner gardeners can find a wealth of information here. Standout features include plant care guides, a plant finder database, weed library, and how-to projects and videos, all chock-full of tips to make your garden flourish.
  • National Geographic
    Provides free maps, photos, videos and daily news stories, as well as articles and features about animals, the environment, cultures, history, world music and travel.
  • National Geographic Information System
    Find information on population, housing, agricultural and economic data for the United States from 1790 to the present.
  • National Hurricane Center
    Maps and forecasts of hurricane activity as well as hurricane awareness and preparedness.
  • National Institutes of Health (U.S.) Office of Alternative Medicine
    The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) is the Federal Government's lead agency for scientific research on alternative medical care and practices. Perhaps you are unsure if complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) would be beneficial to you. This website provides fact sheets that will help you consider the issues and ask the right questions.
  • National Institutes of Health Office of Rare Diseases
    The Office of Rare Diseases is an invaluable resource for patients, families, students and researchers concerned with rare disease. Ongoing and past clinical trials as well as links to available genetic testing are just a few of the things that you can learn from this site.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
    From daily weather forecasts, severe storm warnings, and climate monitoring to fisheries management, coastal restoration and supporting marine commerce, NOAA's scientists use cutting-edge research and high-tech instrumentation to provide citizens, planners, emergency managers and other decision makers with reliable information.
  • National Parks
    Choose a park for a visitor's guide including hours and directions, park fees, history, and maps.
  • National Public Radio
    Listen to podcasts of NPR programs, look up a featured story, or browse the archive for a previously heard show.
  • National Register of Historic Places
    Features a searchable database of properties listed on the National Register, educational and informational resources on American history and historic locations.
  • National Security Archive
    An independent non-governmental research institute and library located at The George Washington University. The Archive collects and publishes declassified documents.
  • National Weather Service
    The home page of the National Weather Service.
  • Naturalization Records Databases (Italian Genealogy Group)
    This is an index to naturalization records for New York City's five boroughs, Nassau and Suffolk counties, and some counties in northern New York State.
  • Network for Good
    Network for Good is an online charitable resource where people can donate to more than 1 million charities and search from among more than 36,000 volunteer opportunities. Additionally it features online donation forms and crisis relief news. This site is fully searchable. This is a website where you can give to your favorite charity/charities and have all your donation records stored and accessible at any time.
  • New York City Department of Records and Information Services (DORIS)
    Describes how to obtain New York City birth, marriage, and death certificates. Some of these records are available to the public on microfilm at the New York City Municipal Archives.
  • New York City Employment
    A question-and-answer format on how to find a job within New York City government.
  • New York City Events
    There's always something happening in Manhattan. Use this calendar to find events in any of the five boroughs.
  • New York City Government Guide
    If you live in New York City and have questions about sanitation, civil rights, consumer complaints, senior services, or any other public service start at this website. This website also gives you access to the public advocate for New York City.
  • New York City Government Publications
    New York City intends to make municipal information more readily accessible to the public. To fulfill the intention, a new Local Law obligates the City agencies to submit official publication in electronic format to the Department of Records. The Department will then make these records available to the public through its website within ten business days after publication.
  • New York City History
    The New York City History Guide from Columbia University Libraries has links to archives, libraries, museums, and historical societies. Also available are resources that provide full-text magazines and ephemera that originated in the seventeenth and eighteenth century.
  • New York City Jobs & Employment Resource Guide
    Offers information on temp and employment agencies, job boards, resume services, recruiting agencies, job counseling, and additional resources for jobs located in New York City.
  • New York City Street Fairs
    Plan a trip to one of the city's many colorful warm weather street fairs.
  • New York City Tax Forms and Applications
    New York City imposes a personal income tax on City residents and on nonresidents who are employees of the City of New York. The City personal income tax is filed with the standard New York State personal income tax form that is mailed to Albany. As with federal and state income tax, City tax is due by April 15th
  • New York City Travel Guide
    Get information on New York City hotels, restaurants, entertainment, shopping, sightseeing, and activities. Read the Fodor's reviews or post your own.
  • New York Codes, Rules and Regulation
    The complete NYCRR available online.
  • New York Lottery
    Find the current and past year's numbers for several New York State lotto games including regular lotto, Mega Millions, and Take Five, as well as instructions and odds for scratch-off tickets and how to claim a prize.
  • New York Public Library
    The website of a near-by world class library. There are links to the research collection (Catnyp) and to the public collections (Leo). Those who live in New York state are eligible to receive a New York Public Library card.
  • New York Public Library: The Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy
    Has a selective list of resources available to family historians at The New York Public Library.
  • New York Radio Guide
    Look up New York City-area FM or AM stations by frequency or call letters or search by program type.
  • New York Rx Card
    Open to all New York State residents, this program offers prescription discounts at participating pharmacies, no additional eligibility required. Research drug information, locate pharmacies, check medication pricing, print prescription cards, and more. Additional information can be obtained by calling 1-800-931-2297.
  • New York State Adoption Service
    Official site of the NYSAS which provides information on the adoption process, approved adoption agencies, and galleries of adoptable children.
  • New York State Bar Association
    Public legal resources provided by the NTSBA.
  • New York State Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records
    NYS information for ordering copies of vital records, getting married in New York State, and the Adoption Information Registry.
  • New York State Board of Elections
    Downloadable voter registration forms and absentee ballots are available through this website. You can also view your voter registration information and find out your polling place.
  • New York State Building Codes
    Free versions of the codes as adopted by New York State: International Building Code, International Residential Code, International Existing Building Code, International Fire Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Energy Conservation Code, and International Property Maintenance Code. [Does NOT include the New York State Supplement]
  • New York State Building Codes
    A free link to NY State Building Codes.
  • New York State Building Codes Supplement
    Free access to the New York State Supplement to Uniform Code (amendments to the building, fire, plumbing, mechanical, fuel gas, energy conversation, property management codes).
  • New York State Data Center
    A compilation of 2010 federal census statistics pertaining to New York state. Also includes some 1990 and 2000 federal census data.
  • New York State Data Resources
    Data resources on economic development, education, energy, health, and budgets for the state of New York. Part of the United States open data project.
  • New York State Deferred Compensation Plan
    The New York State Deferred Compensation Plan is a State sponsored voluntary retirement savings plan that is offered to State employees and employees of approximately 880 local government jurisdictions that have adopted the Plan. The Plan is overseen by the New York State Deferred Compensation Board. This site allows eligible employees to sign up and manage their Plans.
  • New York State Department of Civil Service
    Offers state civil service job information for job seekers, current employees, retirees, and HR professionals, as well as keeps you up to date with news and notifications, public information, and benefit programs. Search through employment and promotional opportunities within New York State government. State examination dates are also listed.
  • New York State Department of Civil Service -- How to Take a Written Test
    A general PDF booklet provided by the New York State Department of Civil Service on how to take a civil service test. Tells you why tests are given, the minimum qualifications needed, how to apply for the test, how to prepare, and what to expect of the test. This is a general guide. Specific test subjects will vary depending on the position you are looking to fill.
  • New York State Department of Correctional Services Inmate Information
    A searchable database of everyone sentenced to New York State prison since the early 1970's, except youthful offenders and those who have had their convictions set aside by a court.
  • New York State Department of Education
    Gateway to educational services for all levels of education under the University of the State of New York system. Administered by the State Board of Regents, the mission is to raise the knowledge, skill, and opportunity of all people in New York State.
  • New York State Department of Environmental Protection
    The Internet site of the state agency that protects the environment in New York state. Includes information on permits and licenses, animals and plants of New York state, and chemical and pollution control.
  • New York State Department of Labor
    Lists information regarding unemployment assistance, job searches, workforce services, wages and hours, workplace safety, and forms and publications. Also provides labor statistics, news, and additional links.
  • New York State Department of Motor Vehicles - Course Providers for the Point and Insurance Reduction Program
    This website for the DMV provides a listing of approved sponsoring agencies which provide accident prevention courses that reduce points and insurance premiums. The site lists names, phone numbers and web sites of providers.
  • New York State Department of Taxation and Finance
    On this website you can find downloadable forms, instructions and publications, check your refund status online, change your address, or get a copy of your refund.
  • New York State Department of the Professions Verification Search
    This database allows you to verify license information for numerous professions, including doctors and dentists. Search by profession and last name or license number. You can also search for pharmacies by name.
  • New York State Division of Administrative Rules
    The Division of Administrative Rules provides a variety of print and web publication services in support of the rule making process and Department of State publications.
  • New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services
    Enhances public safety with community resources and law enforcement information, such as the NYS Sex Offender Registry and county crime statistics.
  • New York State Documents
    This site will tell you how to access documents produced by New York state agencies.
  • New York State Home Page
    This website provides information on New York State government, business, education, health, tourism and more.
  • New York State Hospital Information
    View the latest hospital report card data information available in New York State, which will enable you to find the quality of care you require.
  • New York State Job Exchange (NYSJE)
    Job listings and labor information affiliated with America's Job Exchange under an agreement with New York State Department of Labor. Create a resume, apply for jobs, and receive emails regarding job listings that may interest you.
  • New York State Kinship Navigator
    This page is for grandparents or other nonparents who are raising children. It provides information and links about how to apply for public assistance and tax credits to help care for a child who is related to you.
  • New York State Legislature
    Search Legislative Session Information for Year, NYS Legislative Bills, NYS Legislative Resolutions, and Laws of New York.
  • New York State Library
    The New York State Library, which is located in Albany, is a part of the New York State Education Department. You can access their collection of reference databases by using the client number on your New York state driver's license or identification card. Please contact a reference librarian if you wish to obtain a book from the state library.
  • New York State Library Genealogy
    Contains the descriptions of the New York State Library's genealogical resources for researchers who are planning a trip to the Library.
  • New York State Library Job and Career Information
    Here, the New York State Library provides statewide job and career information and resources. Public libraries that offer Career Resource Centers are listed by county. In addition, regional pubic library systems that offer career resources are listed, as well as links to various state civil service information.
  • New York State Office for New Americans
    The Office for New Americans assists newcomers to New York State who are eager to contribute to our economy and become part of the family of New York State.
  • New York State Office for the Aging: Senior Citizen's Resource Guide
    NYS Office for the Aging's quick subject index guide to state and local agencies includes phone numbers and websites.
  • New York State Office of General Services
    The Office of General Services Procurement Services Group awards thousands of competitively bid contracts for use by State agencies, and other organizations authorized by law to purchase from State contracts. This site posts contracting and construction opportunities, procurement contracts, minority and woman-owned business enterprises, plus information on how to sell to New York State.
  • New York State Office of the Aging Web Page
    The mission of this office is to help older New Yorkers be as independent as possible for as long as possible through advocacy, development and delivery of programs and services which support and empower the elderly.
  • New York State Office of the Attorney General Charities Bureau Registry Search
    The Attorney General's Charities Bureau is responsible for supervising charitable organizations to insure that donors and beneficiaries of those charities are protected from unscrupulous practices in the solicitation and management of charitable assets. The Bureau also supervises the activity of foundations and other charities to ensure that their funds and other property devoted to charitable purposes are properly used, and protects the public interest in charitable gifts and bequests contained in wills and trust agreements. The Bureau also maintains a registry of charities and fundraising professionals.
  • New York State Official Health Plan Marketplace IPA/Navigator Site Locations
    In-Person Assistors (IPAs)/Navigators provide one-on-one enrollment assistance (free to enrollees) with choosing a Marketplace health insurance program. Refer to the PDF document for the IPAs available in Suffolk County. They offer evening and weekend hours.
  • New York State Physician Profile
    This site will allow you to search for professional information about a physician practicing in NY state. The information will include the doctor's medical education, available translation services at the office and any legal action taken against the physician. Doctors can also provide optional information such as office contact numbers, professional activities and accepted health care insurance.
  • New York State Regent's Exams
    Look over online or print PDF contents of the subject area tests on Regents' level high school graduation requirements.
  • New York State School Tax Relief Program (STAR Program)
    The New York State office of Real Property Services administers the School Tax Relief (STAR) Program including the Basic and Enhanced STAR Property Tax Exemptions, as well as the Middle Class STAR Rebate Program. This site provides applications and instructions, plus FAQs.
  • New York State Senate
    Obtain biographical and contact information for New York State Senators, search for legislative bills and resolutions by number and keyword, obtain full-text Senate reports, and access the New York State Constitution and statutes.
  • New York State TAP Financial Aid
    Accessing the online application site for New York State Tuition Assistance Program will make you aware of many alternative ways of paying for college, sponsored by the New York Higher Education Services Corporation.
  • New York State Travel Guide
    Explore our state on the official tourism website, I Love New York. With indoor and outdoor travel itineraries; lists of restaurants, hotels, and other lodging; and even a personal travel guide planner, you won't have to go far to have a good time.
  • New York State Unified Court System
    Official site of the NYS Courts with information about the courts, litigants, attorneys, jurors, judges, and more.
  • New York State Veterans' Affairs
    This webpage was designed to assist veterans and their families living in New York State. It provides information on counseling and assistance for veterans in need of health care, job training, housing assistance, and employment services.
  • New York State's Central Pine Barrens
    From the Central Pine Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission, a New York state agency. Describes the pine barrens area of eastern Long Island and efforts to preserve the area.
  • New York Times
    As their motto says, "All the news that's fit to print." Some features require free registration.
  • New York Times Literary Map of Manhattan
    Settings of fictional classics from Philip Roth's Portnoy's Complaint to E. L. Doctorow's Ragtime are accessible via an interactive map of Manhattan.
  • New York's College Savings Programs
    New York's 529 College Savings Program Direct Plan provides a flexible, convenient, and low-cost way to save for college. The Program features a wide range of investment choices, tax-free withdrawals when used for qualified higher-education expenses, and are tax-deductible for New York State residents.
  • Newsday
    Long Island's own newspaper.
  • Nutrition.gov
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides easy access to information on food and human nutrition. It has a link to mypyramid.gov which can help you formulate a healthy meal plan for either an adult or child.
  • NY State Consumer Protection Board
    The Consumer Protection Board is the State's top consumer watchdog and its core mission is to protect New Yorkers by publicizing unscrupulous and questionable business practices and product recalls, conducting investigations and hearings, enforcing the "Do Not Call Law" among other necessary services.
  • NYC.com Guide to New York Theatre
    Search the name of a musical or play to find information about each show, learn how to buy tickets, and also get interactive maps that show nearby restaurants and attractions.
  • NYS Office for New Americans
    This website makes it easy to search for an ESOL class in your neighborhood.
  • NYS Professions: Online Verification Searches
    This online search, a service of the State Education Department, permits the public to obtain vital information on the records of more than 1,000,000 licensees in the 48 professions regulated by the Department, including the more than 750,000 who are currently registered to practice within the State. The most important function of professional regulation is to protect the public; this information will help inform people about the licensed professionals who offer services in New York.
  • NYSTCE and ATAS
    Everything you need to know to prepare, register for the tests, and receive your results online for the New York State Teaching Certification Exam and the Assessment of Teaching Assistant Skills.
  • O*NET
    The O*NET Program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Valid data are essential to understanding the rapidly changing nature of work and how it impacts the workforce and U.S. economy. Central to the project is the O*NET database, containing hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors on almost 1,000 occupations covering the entire U.S. economy. The database, which is available to the public at no cost, is continually updated from input by a broad range of workers in each occupation.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    The nation's premier source for career information! The profiles featured here cover hundreds of occupations and their descriptions. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections for the 2010-20 decade.
  • Offbeat Attractions
    Visit the homepage for Roadside America, a travel guide to unusual attractions, tourist traps, weird vacations, and road trips.
  • Office of Special Education (U.S. Dept of Education)
    Educational services of excellence for disabled youth, birth through age 21. Find latest research, lesson plans, or apply for a grant project, and learn what the laws provide.
  • Office of the Attorney General
    This website provides links to help you check consumer complaints against home improvement contractors in your region, rights regarding student loans, as well as a Resource Center, which contains links to job opportunities, consumer frauds, identity theft, Lemon Law protections, tenants' rights, and victims' rights.
  • OLAS -- On-line Application System for Educators
    An on-line application system for many regional school districts throughout New York State. Apply for specific positions or allow your resume, cover letter, and information to be seen by many districts at once.
  • Old Time Radio: Old Time Radio Fans
    Listen to those famous radio shows from the 1930s to the 1950s right from your computer: The Bob Hope Show, Ozzie & Harriet, Abbott & Costello, and lots more.
  • Old Time Radio: Radio Lovers
    Revisit radio from its heyday on this website where you can listen online to favorite shows such as Amos & Andy, Charlie Chan, Flash Gordon, and Superman!
  • Olympics: International Olympic Committee
    Explore the history of the Olympic Games, as well as athletes, photos, videos, news, and information about all the Olympic sports.
  • Omniglot
    Omniglot is a guide to the writing systems and languages of the world. You will find language-related articles, alphabets and other writing systems, useful foreign phrases, a multilingual bookstore, tips on learning languages, and areas to converse about language in a blog or forum.
  • On This Day
    The New York Times provides daily listing of political, sports, musical, and other historical events and milestones.
  • One-Step Webpages by Stephen P. Morse
    Easy to use search forms for a wide variety of genealogical resources.
  • Online Texts and Documents Related to Jewish History
    Extensive list of links to full text documents relating to Jewish history, from Biblical times to the modern era. Includes historical maps and atlases. Compiled by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
  • OnlineConversion
    Converts 5,00 units and does 50,000 conversions.
  • Outline of American Literature
    Divided by time period from the colonial era to the present, this website offers critical essays (which analyze the era) as well as information on the authors of that time. Kathryn Van Spanckeren of the Univ. Of Groningen, Netherlands, maintains the site using information from the U.S. Information Agency.
  • PAL Perspectives in American Literature
    A fully searchable site created and maintained by Cal State English professor Paul P. Reuben, this guide to nearly 450 authors supplies bibliographies including both primary works and secondary sources.
  • Paley Center
    Explore The Paley Center’s expansive archives of television and radio history. Click on Screening Room on the left-hand side to view rare clips of television and panels of today’s biggest shows. Browse the calendar to see upcoming events
  • Parents Magazine
    Online version of the monthly Parents Magazine. It provides practical advice from leading doctors and child experts, reviews of toys and games, and tips for handling parenthood.
  • Partnership for Long Term Care
    The NYS partnership for long term care is a unique program combining long term care insurance and Medicaid Extended Coverage.
  • Passport Applications
    Apply for or renew a passport with information from this page from the Department of State. You can also find locations to apply for a passport in person or check the status of an application.
  • Patchogue-Medford Library
    The library sponsors family history programs and bus trips. Announcements on upcoming events can be found on their webpage.
  • Patent Research
    Search for patents across multiple criteria, including date and classification.
  • PBS
    Follow your favorite PBS programs such as Masterpiece Theatre, Mystery, NOVA and Frontline. Includes video clips, TV schedules, and behind-the-scenes extras.
  • Pet Choice
    This site can help you decide which pet is the right pet for you and learn about feeding, training, and whether to get a purebreed or a mixed breed. It also covers rabbits and other small animals in addition to dogs and cats.
  • Peterson's College Search
    Set up your free account and search in a secure environment for your major, area of the country, specialized programs, and many other categories from one of the premier companies in the college business.
  • Physics to Go
    A directory of physics sites maintained by the American Physical Society, American Association of Physics Teachers and the National Science Foundation, where one can learn physics at one's own pace.
  • Plants of Connetquot River State Park
    This website lists the scientific and common names of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs that grow in Connetquot River State Park. Also mentioned is the history of the park, the park trails, and the park habitats.
  • Playbill Online
    See what is currently on the Broadway and off-Broadway stages. Find show synopses, cast lists, seating charts, production photos, and information on acquiring tickets.
  • PLoS (Public Library of Science)
    Freely available peer-reviewed articles in the biological and medical sciences.
  • Poets.org
    A searchable site (by poet or poem) which also offers features such as "Daily poetry," "This week's highlights" "New poems, bios, and essays" and more.
  • Political Resources on the Net
    Index of political sites available on the Internet sorted by country, with links to Parties, Organizations, Governments, Media and more from all around the world.
  • Politics1
    The Ultimate Guide to U.S. Politics & news from around the nation.
  • Prescription Drug Prices in New York State
    Are you looking to save a little money? This website will allow you to compare the prices of the most commonly prescribed drugs, in the most commonly prescribed doses, at various pharmacies within miles of your home.
  • Princeton Review
    Extensive listing of North American college programs, practice tests (SAT, GRE, etc.) and in depth financial aid resources. Some parts of this site require free registration and an email account.
  • Private Schools: Best College Prep Boarding Schools
    Accredited college preparatory boarding schools in the United States, Canada, and abroad, alongside informative information on the boarding school educational experience to help parents and students in making personal choices.
  • Private Schools: Long Island Private Schools
    Parents may look up local private day-care for toddlers, summer educational experiences, and high school and college level learning offered by private school providers.
  • Private Schools: Unique College Prep Boarding Schools
    Consider specialized boarding junior or college prep schools by geographical, religious, military, sporting, all-boys or all-girls, and other unique educational environments.
  • Professional Medical Conduct and Physician Discipline
    The Office of Professional Medical Conduct investigates complaints against physicians, physician assistants and specialist assistants. The site also has a complaint form which you can fill out and file if you feel your medical practitioner has not treated you within the accepted guidelines.
  • Project Gutenberg
    Over 100,000 book titles are available through Project Gutenberg and affiliates and can be searched by author or title. Special areas include "Top 100 books and authors" and digitized sheet music.
  • Project Vote Smart
    Extensive factual, unbiased information on elected officials' voting records and candidates' positions. Covers federal and state offices nationwide in the United States.
  • Publications of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Two publications of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning population and demographics are the National Vital Statistics Report, a monthly publication that lists the numbers of births, marriages, divorces and deaths in the United States, and Life Tables, which lists life expectancy statistics broken down by age, race and sex.
  • Quotations Page
    Contains over 26,000 quotations from 3100 authors. Searchable by keyword, or browsable by author or subject.
  • Radar (Regional Summary)
    Displays the current regional weather radar. Free registration allows you to apply various display options.
  • Radio Locator
    Radio Locator lets you find FM or AM radio stations all over the country by call letter or location and gives you the option to listen live online to both US and international stations.
  • Reading Group Guides
    Ideas for book discussions abound, complete with questions to get you started. Check out the featured titles or search under "Now in paperback," "Best of" lists, or "New, Ongoing or Enduring Favorites."
  • Recalls.gov
    To provide better service in alerting the American people to unsafe, hazardous or defective products, six federal agencies with vastly different jurisdictions have joined together to create www.recalls.gov -- a "one stop shop" for U.S. Government recalls. Topics covered include: consumer products, motor vehicles, boats, food, medicine, cosmetics and environmental products. There is also a link to report unsafe products to CPSC (US Consumer Product Safety Commission.)
  • Reference Collection at Bartelby.com
    A compilation of freely available online reference books, including the Columbia Encyclopedia, American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language and books on grammar and usage, a thesaurus, and on related topics. Keyword search can be used to search all the books in the collection.
  • Registered Apprenticeship
    The Registered Apprenticeship system provides the opportunity for workers seeking high-skilled, high- paying jobs and for employers seeking to build a qualified workforce. In this regard, the Registered Apprenticeship system effectively meets the needs of both employers and workers.
  • Resources for Students with Disabilites
    Support, advocacy and assistive technology to facilitate the transition to higher education.
  • Restaurant Inspection: New York City
    Check the Health Department's latest safety and sanitation reports on restaurants within the five boroughs.
  • Roget's Thesaurus
    The online edition of the 1995 edition, which contains 35,000 synonyms and 250,000 cross-references.
  • Ronkonkoma Chamber of Commerce
    Established for the purpose of promoting business, providing information, and to take a leadership role in promoting community pride. The Chamber is the platform for business to provide leadership, education, and advocacy so the Greater Ronkonkoma area thrives in the 21st century.
  • Ronkonkoma Hub
    This site offers information on the Ronkonkoma Hub Project, which will transform the area around the Ronkonkoma train station into a mixed-use walkable community.
  • RootsWeb
    Featured on this website are numerous databases, family trees, mailing lists, and message boards.
  • Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
    Compiles film reviews from dozens of sources including newspapers, blogs, and film industry websites.
  • Running: New York Road Runners Club
    Running enthusiasts will find valuable information here including upcoming races around the metro-NY and Long Island areas (including the New York City Marathon), race results, training tips, video, and more.
  • RXList: the Internet Drug Index for Prescription Drugs
    RxList offers detailed and current pharmaceutical information on brand and generic drugs. In addition, the site features a gallery of informative medical and health slideshows.
  • Safercar.gov
    Safercar.gov is a part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It features the results of safety tests of various automobiles and allows buyers to evaluate the anticipated behavior of an automobile in a crash as well as many guidelines for drivers.
  • Salary.com
    Find out what pay you should receive based on your specific job and location. Also browse for salaries by job category and pay range.
  • Salary.com
    Salary.com is a leading provider of on-demand human resources software that help businesses and individuals manage pay and performance.
  • Savings for College in New York
    Learn how to join New York's 529 College Savings program through the payroll deduction plan.
  • Scholarships.com
    This site offers free and personalized web searching for scholarships and grant opportunities that will match your needs and vocational or career needs.
  • School Grants Blog
    Excellent introduction and guided application process to help those applying for grants (money that is NOT paid back)for education. Included are listings of grant-giving entities and specialized listings for single moms, hispanics, trade school applicants, charter schools, government grants, and others.
  • School Report Cards
    Look up a school's ratings, test scores, and other comparative statistical information on the NYSED Annual Report Card.
  • Science.gov
    This is a gateway to science information and research results from 13 U.S. government agencies. With one search, you can access over 38 scientific databases and 200 million pages.
  • SCOPE
    Complete guide to services for children, teaching staff and parents with current administrative contact information for schools and summer programs in Suffolk County.
  • SCORE.org
    SCORE is a valuable network of 13,000+ volunteers who offer small business entrepreneurs confidential business counseling services at no charge. Find a mentor online, request an in person meeting, or call SCORE with a business question.
  • Search for Public Libraries
    A directory of public libraries in the U.S. and its territories maintained by the U.S. Department of Education. Gives addresses, telephone numbers and other information.
  • SeeThroughNY
    This non-government site, sponsored by the Empire Center for New York State Policy, allows taxpayers to search government payrolls and contracts.
  • Senior Corps
    Organization that connects people age 55 and over with those in need. Seniors can share their life experiences, skills, and knowledge. Volunteer positions include mentors, coaches, companions and many more.
  • SeniorNet
    SeniorNet's mission is to provide older adults education for and access to computer technologies to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom.
  • Shakespeare Resource Center
    Links to Shakespeare's language, biography, works, theatre companies, etc. will aid the user in online Shakepeare research. Histories of the Globe Theatre and Elizabethan England are also helpful.
  • Sikhism Homepage
    Offers complete information on Sikhism including an introduction to Sikhism, origin and development, philosophy, scriptures, additional resources which include: downloadable audio files of daily Sikh prayers, a glossary, Gurmukhi, Sikh names and the Sikh calendar.
  • Simply Hired
    Search more than 2,000,000 job listings on the web. This site searches thousands of other sites to bring you an array of opportunities in one easy-to-use location.
  • Skills: America English Sports & Games Idioms
    Free for sports enthusiasts who want to learn the English language in a fun sports context that sheds light on the business world.
  • Skills: Parts of Speech
    Purdue University offers grammar worksheets for specific parts of speech.
  • Skills: TV411
    Television series for adults who want to strengthen their literacy skills. Includes brief computer lessons in writing, vocabulary, math, reading, and an index to tv shows and times for reinforcement and visual learning.
  • Skills: USA Learns
    Pictorial guided English course for beginners and intermediate learners and an intermediate reading skills course, writing and listening exercises to do at your own pace.
  • Soccer: FIFA World Cup Soccer
    The official site of the international governing body of football will entice any soccer fan with news, national associations, competitions, results, fixtures, and coverage of the World Cup.
  • Social Security Online
    The Official Website of the US Social Security Administration. Use the Social Security Administration's online site to estimate your future benefits, apply for benefits or access information about your benefits.
  • Social Security Online-Help with Prescription Drug Costs
    The Social Security Administration provides guidelines for Medicare prescription drug plans. Limited income Medicare users may qualify for extra help with prescription drug costs.
  • Song Lyrics
    The lyrics to your current favorites or well-loved classics can be found here. Easy-to-print or email lyrics.
  • Sons of Spade
    This resource for readers of thrillers, crime, and mystery books provides book reviews and recommendations.
  • South Shore Estuary Reserve
    Information from the New York State Department of State's Division of Coastal Resources along with a link to a report describing ways to protect the south shore coastal areas.
  • Special Weather Statements
    Lists the times and areas where hazardous weather may occur.
  • Sperling's Best Places
    BestPlaces.net is an extension of Bert Sperling's software program named Places, USA. It uses a variety of government and official sources and indices to compare cost of living, schools, crime and climate.
  • Stagedhomes.com
    Accredited staging professionals share their before and after photos with commentaries. You will learn to attract buyers with small changes to your home.
  • Standard Industrial Classification
    Use this search tool to find the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code for any industry, or to find the description of an industry using a known SIC Code.
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    Maintained and published by Stanford University's Metaphysical Research Lab, this website has detailed and well indexed articles about philosophers, movements, and ideas.
  • State and Local Government Directory
    Gives the websites of state government constitutional officers, state legislatures, state judiciaries and departments across all of the United States.
  • State Health Facts Online
    At State Health Facts Online, you can find and compare health data from all 50 states. The information is made available from the Kaiser Family Foundation, a non-partisan organization. It is up-to-date and easy to use.
  • State University of New York
    Log on for access to the home pages of all 64 campus locations of SUNY schools.
  • Stock and Commodity Exchanges (International Stock Exchanges)
    This tremendous site is a gateway to all the stock and commodity exchanges (and their regulatory agencies) in the U. S. and worldwide. It includes exchanges dealing in futures, options, and derivatives, plus market reports, indexes, stock prices, and business news.
  • Suffolk County Accessible Transit (SCAT)
    Suffolk County residents with disabilities may be eligible to use the Suffolk County Accessible Transit system. Procedures and guidelines as well as a SCAT application are available from this site.
  • Suffolk County Consumer Affairs
    On this web site, consumers can verify whether a contractor is properly licensed, get up-to-date information on gasoline and heating oil prices, read consumer tips and even see a list of the County's "Worst Unlicensed Contractors to avoid."
  • Suffolk County Department of Civil Service
    Get information regarding Suffolk County's Civil Service jobs. View a list of upcoming exams, get specifics on individual job titles and requirements, find positions within certain departments in Suffolk County, download career guides, booklets, and forms.
  • Suffolk County Department of Health Services Restaurant Inspection Information
    This website was developed to provide an internet tool that enables Suffolk County consumers to obtain inspection information that will allow them to make an informed decision regarding patronage of any food service establishment in Suffolk.
  • Suffolk County Department of Labor
    Get information on county-wide employment and training programs, business services, employment trends, job fairs, publications, and workforce organizations. A list of local offices is also available.
  • Suffolk County Foreign Language Catalog
    The union catalog searches the foreign language materials held at public libraries in Suffolk County. See the Reference Desk for placing interlibrary-loan requests for certain material
  • Suffolk County Government Online
    This official site of Suffolk County government has links to the county agencies and departments. Press releases from the Office of the County Executive and a calendar of events are also included on this webpage.
  • Suffolk County Legislature Online
    Official site for information on Suffolk County legislators for all 18 districts.
  • Suffolk County Library Catalog
    The library catalog of the 56 public libraries in Suffolk County. Please contact a reference librarian if you wish to obtain a book from another library.
  • Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center
    "Bringing together both employer and job seekers, providing a comprehensive, one-stop approach to job search." The One-Stop offers computers, fax machines, phones, and copiers, as well as job banks, job fairs, computer classes, and focus groups. With several locations throughout the county, this is a free one-stop-shop for all of your employment needs.
  • Suffolk County Police Department
    The official site of the SCPD. Provides department information and up-to-date press releases.
  • Suffolk County Transit
    Find Suffolk County bus routes including a color map of the bus entire bus system, route schedules, and fares.
  • Suffolk Historical Societies
    The Suffolk County Clerk's Office has put together a list of all Suffolk County historical and preservation societies. There are also links to record groups, a repository directory, and a historical documents library.
  • Supreme Court Collections
    Complete collection of US Supreme Court decisions from the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School.
  • Surfing on Long Island
    Find out the best spots for surfing on Long Island by searching through the interactive map or pull-down menus. Information includes best tide, best season, ability level, and more.
  • TASC Exam (New York State Department of Education)
    How to prepare for the test, locations for taking the test, and other relevant information to assist in obtaining New York State high school diploma credit.
  • Tax and Accounting Sites Directory
    Tax and Accounting Sites Directory is a comprehensive index of web-based tax and accounting resources. The directory is designed to be a starting point for people who are searching for tax and accounting information, products, and services.
  • TCEAP Constants and Equations
    Has hundreds of physical constants, scientific and mathematical equations and units conversions.
  • Technical Schools Guide
    A free resource covering all the technical schools and programs in the United States. Includes career guides and resources to help people discover career paths that match their skill sets and life goals.
  • Tennis: Professional Tennis World Tour
    Follow the highs and lows of professional tennis in tournaments around the world. This website includes coverage of players and matches, scores and video, and the world rankings for men's and women's tennis.
  • Test Prep Review
    A good one-stop source for online free practice tests.
  • The Ada Guide to Oral Health News and Resources
    The ADA website is a comprehensive oral health resource that reports new dental health news, provides a curriculum for educators with lesson plans and includes features for children. The website is also available in Spanish.
  • The AV Club TV Recaps
    Catch up on a favorite TV show with these entertaining and detailed episode recaps.
  • The Avalon Project
    Yale Law School provides an impressive collection of documents in law, history, and diplomacy through the ages. Excellent resource for primary sources.
  • The Cook's Thesaurus
    A visual encyclopedia of food with tips on how to purchase fruits and vegetables and suggested substitutes for common ingredients.
  • The Division of Services for Children With Special Needs
    The Division of Services for Children with Special Needs provides early intervention services for children from birth to 3 years, a preschool special education program, and a children with special health care needs program for individuals from birth to 21 years of age.
  • The Federal Judiciary
    The official site of the US Courts which include links to the Supreme Court of the United States and Court link to search for local courts by ZIP code.
  • The Garden Helper
    Don't be misled by the homemade look to this website. This is a huge gardening site with abundant advice for growing flowers, plants, trees, fruits, and vegetables. The site is best used by searching for your specific issue in the search box at the bottom of the homepage. Some features are a gardening calendar and extensive plant and flower guides.
  • The League of Women Voters of Suffolk County
    A non-partisan organization whose purpose is to promote citizen participation in government. Find out who your elected officials are and how to contact them.
  • The Louvre Online Collections Database, Atlas
    This database of 22,000 works of art displayed throughout the Louvre is searchable by title or artist as well as room (with the capability to narrow to wing and floor), department (e.g. sculptures, paintings) or recent acquisitions. Works may be viewed both in the room setting and as high-resolution images.
  • The National Hospital and Palliative Care Organization
    The philosophy of hospice care is the belief that each individual has the right to die pain free and with dignity. This site will help you locate hospice and palliative care for a loved one.
  • The Office of Child Support Enforcement
    Official site the US Department of Health and Human Services that provides information on obtaining support, including financial and medical, for children through locating parents.
  • THOMAS
    Provides access to legislative information, the congressional record, and more from the Library of Congress.
  • Thomas Global Register
    Thomas Global is the most complete, up-to-date directory of global industrial suppliers and product information. Browse through the detailed list of industrial products and services to access companies within these and many other categories.
  • Thomas Register of American Manufacturing
    ThomasNet is the online version of the Thomas Register of American Manufacturers. You can search this extensive directory for manufacturers, distributors and service providers by either company name, product/service, or brand name.
  • Ticketmaster (Music)
    Enter your zip code for a list of concerts, theatre productions, and sporting events in New York City and on Long Island. Seating charts are available to view before purchasing tickets.
  • Ticketmaster (Theater)
    Enter your zip code for a list of concerts, theatre productions, and sporting events in the New York tri-state area. Seating charts are available to view before purchasing tickets.
  • Ticketweb
    Purchase tickets for concerts, sporting, and family events. Search by artist, venue, or event, or browse by location.
  • Time and Date.com
    Find out what time it is for the major cities in the world.
  • TKTS: Discount Theatre Tickets
    Find the hours and locations for Manhattan's discount theatre ticket booths. Paying members of this site can purchase discount tickets online.
  • Today in History
    Lists the names of famous people who were born or died not only on today's date, but also on any day of the year, along with historical events.
  • Town of Islip
    This website contains information on the departments and facilities within the Town of Islip. There are also links to the Code of the Town of Islip, town applications, brochures and forms.
  • Town of Islip Code
    Chapter 68 of the Code of the Town of Islip covers zoning questions. For more information contact the Town's Zoning Board of Appeals (244-5489) or Building Division (244-5466).
  • Town of Islip Senior Citizen Services
    Services for Islip's Senior Citizens 60 years of age and over.
  • ToxNet
    Contains a set of databases on toxicology and hazardous materials. Maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
  • Travel Warnings & Country Information
    The U.S. Department of State maintains this list of unstable regions in the world to which it is ill-advised to travel. From this page you can also link to alerts for short-term situations and to country information to check visa or health requirements.
  • Tree Guide: Arbor Day Foundation
    Browse alphabetically or search the common or scientific name of a tree for a color photograph, growing information, zones, and other attributes.
  • Trip Calculator
    Find estimated travel distances, gas mileage calculations and estimated travel times for your road trip follow these instructions.
  • TuneIn
    Listen to music, sports, news, and talk radio from thousands of stations both local and all over the world. Search by station, show, podcast, location, and genre.
  • TV Guide Online
    Enter your zip code to get your local channel lineup as well as TV news, recaps of your favorite shows, photos, and videos.
  • U.S. Census Bureau - Economic Indicators
    A database of economic statistics provided by the United States Census Bureau. Provides county business patterns, international trade data, and more.
  • U.S. Census Bureau - New York Region - Jobs
    Job openings for the New York Region are listed here. Some exams are required to be eligible. Find all the answers to your questions here.
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
    Official government site for all citizenship and immigration information and resources. Along with having forms, this website has legal and educational material and is keyword searchable.
  • U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
    Website provides information on financial and other forms of assistance to veterans and their dependents.
  • U.S. Directory of Local Chambers of Commerce & Visitor Bureaus
    Find both state and local Chambers of Commerce, Convention Center, Visitor Bureaus and Tourist Boards in the United States providing business, relocation, visitor and tourist attraction information.
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
    The website of the EPA federal agency that protects the nation's environment and promotes environmental research and education.
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    FDA is the federal agency responsible for ensuring that foods are safe, wholesome and sanitary; human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices are safe and effective; cosmetics are safe; and electronic products that emit radiation are safe. FDA also ensures that these products are honestly, accurately and informatively represented to the public.
  • U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazard's Program
    Facts about worldwide earthquake activity, how earthquakes occur and how to reduce earthquake hazards. Lists earthquakes that occurred today.
  • U.S. Weather Service
    The home page of the U.S. Weather Service, with national and international weather information.
  • United States Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Official website of the BLS. Provides labor statistics, national economic data, economic new releases, and more. Provides access to the New York-New Jersey regional office. BLS is an agency of the United States Department of Labor.
  • United States Bureau of the Census
    This is the home page of the federal agency responsible for the census. Has information about the demographic and economic censuses and news about the 2010 census. Also has the population clock for the United States and for the world.
  • United States Citizenship
    Everything there is to know regarding the U.S. Citizenship process begins here, from filing the I-9 Form to following your application through the process online.
  • United States Copyright Office
    Official site of the U.S. Copyright Office featuring general information, legislation and publications. Download Copyright Office application forms are also available.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture allows you to find in depth information about the nutritional composition of a particular item from its authoritative Nutrient Database.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database
    This comprehensive database will help you understand the nutritional value of the foods you eat, including calories, fat, calcium, cholesterol, and dozens of other nutrients.
  • United States Department of Commerce
    Official website of the DOC. Provides information concerned with the economic growth of the United States. Provides access to the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis
  • United States Department of Homeland Security
    Official government website for this federal agency. Includes information on leadership, careers, threat levels, travel requirements, US-VISIT Program, immigration statistics, and more.
  • United States Department of Labor
    Find job opportunities, information about government assistance, forms, statistics, and other resources.
  • United States Economy at a Glance
    Up-to-date monthly US economic information including the employment rate.
  • United States Federal Bureau of Investigation
    Official website of the FBI. Provides bureau information, web resources, news, local contact information, uniform crime statistics, and the Most Wanted lists. FBI is an agency of the United States Department of Justice.
  • United States Federal Bureau of Prisons - Inmate Locator
    A searchable database of Federal inmates incarcerated from 1982 to present. FBP is an agency of the United States Department of Justice.
  • United States Federal Government Agencies
    The directory lists current websites for federal agencies as represented in the United States Government Manual.
  • United States General Services Administration
    GSA offers businesses the opportunity to sell products and services to federal agencies through contract vehicles. As the federal government's purchasing agent, GSA connects federal purchasers with the most cost-effective and high-quality commercial products and services. Find out how to purchase the products and services you need from thousands of commercial vendors, or learn how to sell products to federal agencies and employees.
  • United States House of Representatives
    Information on all members with links to their home pages. Includes biographical backgrounds, committee assignments, and roll call results.
  • United States Internal Revenue Service
    The Internal Revenue Service is the nation's tax collection agency and administers the Internal Revenue Code enacted by Congress. This site allows you to print and download forms, instructions, and publications for individuals, business organizations and tax professionals.
  • United States National Archives
    A website that provides information on federal records (census, military and naturalization records) that are helpful in genealogical research.
  • United States National Archives and Records Administration
    This agency's primary purpose is to acquire, preserve, and make available for research the most valuable records of the federal government, as well as the papers of each President since Hoover.
  • United States Patent and Trademark Office
    Contains inventor resources, searchable databases, printable forms, and much more from the USPTO.
  • United States Securities and Exchange Commission
    The SEC oversees the key participants in the securities world, including securities exchanges, securities brokers and dealers, investment advisors, and mutual funds. The SEC is concerned primarily with promoting the disclosure of important market-related information, maintaining fair dealing, and protecting against fraud.
  • United States Senate
    Find information on all senators and links to their home pages. Includes biographical backgrounds, committee assignments, and roll call results.
  • United States Small Business Administration
    The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns. Services include financial assistance, disaster assistance, free online training courses, plus local resources to plan, start and manage your business.
  • United States Supreme Court
    Official page of the United States Supreme Court, featuring court's opinions and orders, calendar and schedules, rules, and news releases.
  • United We Dream
    United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led community in the country. We create welcoming spaces for young people – regardless of immigration status – to support, engage, and empower them to make their voice heard and win!
  • US Consumer Product Safety Commission
    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from thousands of types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction, such as toys, cribs, power tools, cigarette lighters, and household chemicals.
  • USA.gov
    This is the official portal to federal and state information online. It offers a subject directory as well as a search engine that will search federal, state, or a particular state's websites.
  • USAJOBS -- United States Federal Government Job Site
    "Your one-stop source for federal jobs and employment information." Search jobs by keyword and location. Veteran information, forms, and employer services are also provided.
  • USCIS Guide for New Immigrants
    A free guide containing practical information to help you settle into everyday life in the United States. It also contains basic civics information that introduces you to the U.S. system of government.
  • USGenWeb Project
    An internet project that was established by volunteers for the purpose of sharing genealogy information. The website is organized by county and state, and provides links to all the state genealogy websites.
  • Views of the Solar System
    Describes each planet and the major asteroids and comets in our solar system.
  • Virtual New York (New York City History Resources on the Web)
    Virtual New York is a website devoted to the history of New York City and its people. Learn about New York's history through its architecture and the forgotten parts of the city. This online archive is part of the Old York Library collection, which is now housed at the City University of New York, Graduate Center.
  • Virtual Reference Shelf
    A collection of Internet links selected by the Library of Congress and organized into subject areas.
  • Virtual Religion Index
    Large link collection from Rutgers University, categorized by religion. Also includes resources for ancient religions, archaeology, philosophy, sociology of religion, and psychology of religion.
  • Vital Records (New York State Department of Health)
    The Vital Records Section of the New York State Department of Health files certificates for births and deaths that occur in New York State outside of New York City and for marriage licenses issued in New York State outside of New York City.
  • Vital Records Database (Italian Genealogical Group)
    A searchable database of the vital record indexes for New York City.
  • Vital Records Information: United States
    This site lists the addresses and costs of obtaining birth, marriage, divorce, and death records for the United States and its territories. It also provides links to relevant local offices (county clerks, etc.).
  • Vital Statistics of New York State
    An annual compilation of statistics on population, live births, fetal deaths, abortions, pregnancies, deaths, marriages and divorces throughout New York state.
  • Vocational and Trade Schools
    Search by state or by desired trade you wish to pursue, most connect directly to the school's home page.
  • Voices of America News
    Listen to news of the world in 45 languages.
  • VolunteerMatch
    "VolunteerMatch strengthens communities by making it easier for good people and good causes to connect."
  • Vulture
    Read up on the latest movie, TV, music, book, art, and theater news from New York Magazine’s entertainment site.
  • Warnings
    Lists the times and areas where hazardous weather is imminent.
  • WashLaw
    Federal, State, Foreign, and International law provided by the Washburn University School of Law.
  • WCBS Newsradio 88
    News from the New York metropolitan area. Also listen to the station online.
  • Weather Channel
    From cable TV's weather station. Has current conditions, forecasts, gardening guides, driving conditions and other weather related information.
  • WebElements: The Periodic Table on the Web
    Describes the physical properties and historical background of every element in the periodic table.
  • What's Next? Books in Series
    A database of series fiction ("two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits") maintained by the Kent District Library, What's Next? is searchable by author, title, or series.
  • Where to Find Material Data Safety Sheets on the Internet
    Includes a listing of sites where material data safety sheets can be found, which lists the physical properties, toxicity, health effects, storage and disposal of household and industrial chemicals.
  • White House
    Find information about the First Family, the Cabinet, and agencies. Also provides access to the text of speeches, press releases, briefings, and other documents.
  • Wolfram Alpha
    Get help with math homework, solve specific math problems or find information on mathematical subjects and topics.
  • World Trade Organization
    The World Trade Organization deals with the rules of trade between nations at a global level and operates a system of trade rules and agreements. Trade statistics, publications, and documents are available to download in PDF.
  • WorldCat (Free version)
    Allows you to find books in libraries outside Suffolk County. Please contact a reference librarian if you wish to obtain a book from another library. Charges may be applied if the book is not available in a public library in Suffolk County.
  • WWW Tide and Current Predictor
    Allows one to make tidal predictions for many coastal locations in the U.S.
  • X Games
    Catch all the action at both the Winter and Summer X Games with stories, photos, and results.
  • Yahoo
    Yahoo is one of the original Internet search engines. Its front page features not only their search engine, but also many of the services they offer as an Internet portal.
  • Yahoo! Real Estate
    Get instant home values and see comparable home valuations for millions of houses.
  • Yahoo! United States Newspapers
    Yahoo's directory of newspapers in the United States.
  • Yahoo! World Newspapers
    Yahoo's directory of international newspapers.
  • Zillow
    Searchable by address, zip code or city, Zillow is an up-to-date source for homes for sale or rent, for sale by owner, and preforeclosure properties.
  • Zillow
    The leading real estate marketplace. Search millions of for-sale and rental listings, compare Zestimate home values and connect with local professionals.
  • Zip Codes
    Look up the five and nine digit zip codes for addresses. Clicking on the United States Postal Service icon on the top of the page takes you to the their main page.