Report By Transportation Nonprofit Says Crumbling New York Roads Cost Drivers Millions Every YearStatewide, the combined cost of damage from roads and time wasted in congestion was estimated to be $28 billion.
High School Students Start Movement To Get Malverne Street Named For Village Founder -- Who Was Also Local KKK Leader -- ChangedIt started as a school project and has become a mission. Students at Malvene High School are lobbying for change of a street named for a village founder who was also a Ku Klux Klan leader.
North Amityville Volunteer Fire Company Shut Down Amid Allegations Of Dangerously Long Response Times, HarassmentThere are allegations of harassment, threats of violence, fire department leaders invalidating an election and misuse of public funds, including a questionable trip to the Caribbean and Florida.
'It's Like Having A Children's Playground Next To A Porn Shop': Wildlife Advocates Asking Suffolk County To Rescind Hunting Access Near Rescue HospitalThe center director says half a dozen times since a 2003 agreement allowed hunters to cross Suffolk parkland to get to the 200-acre Henry Hollow's Hunting Area, shots and arrows have come dangerously close to a clearly marked hiking trail and recuperating wildlife.
As U.S. Remains Polarized Over Jan. 6 Capitol Attack, Educators Offer Tips On How To Talk To Young People About ItSome say Jan. 6, 2021 was a teachable moment for young people, but what's the lesson?
Monoclonal Antibodies Shortage Has Critics Saying There's Racial Discrimination In Who's Getting TreatmentWith record numbers of COVID cases in our area, hospitals are being flooded with requests for antibody treatments that were saving lives, but many patients are being turned away. 
Bruce Blakeman Sworn In As Nassau County Executive, Draws Ire For Ceremony Not Requiring Masks Or Proof Of VaccinationThere was an official change in leadership Monday for Nassau County's 1.4 million residents.
Gov. Hochul Loosens Quarantine Guidelines For Essential Workers As New York Reports 44,000 New COVID CasesNew York also issued a warning about increasing pediatric hospitalizations.
With Decision Deadline Looming, Roughly One-Third New York State Communities Have Opted Out Of Marijuana DispensariesMunicipalities have until Dec. 31 to decide if they will allow legalized adult-use recreational marijuana dispensaries and on-site consumption sites.
'Christmas Is Saved': Charity 'Toys Of Hope' Gets Temporary Delivery Van After Its Was Totaled In CrashPrayers were answered for a Long Island-based volunteer organization that was grounded at the worst time of year. 
Donor Beware: Fake Clothing Donation Bins Back On Long IslandBogus donation bins are back, and they are taking advantage of trusting donors.