Vandals Spray-Paint Swastikas Throughout Port Washington Police Athletic League BuildingVandals found spray paint in the office. It was used just last week to cover up white supremacy graffiti at the baseball field.
Islip Settles Case With Latino Community, Agrees To Change Town-Wide Government Seats Into Council DistrictsLatino Long Islanders are claiming an historic victory in a voting rights case.
COVID-19 Survivor Who Nearly Died From Breathing Complications Thanks Doctors Who Saved HerShe was released from rehab in May but then started having trouble breathing.
Long Island's MacArthur Airport Getting Millions Of Dollars In UpgradesOver $50 million in federal, state and private money has been put towards upgrades over the next two years.
37 People Test Positive For COVID-19 After Long Island Sweet Sixteen, County Executive Calls Party 'A Superspreader Event'Twenty-eight students and nine adults tested positive for COVID-19, 270 people were placed under quarantine, and eight schools had positive case.
13-Year-Old Long Islander Jackson Southerland Honored For Organizing Sock Drive For The HomelessA young man on Long Island is trying to change lives, one pair of socks at a time. 
Veterans Fighting With VA To Cover Treatment For Conditions Caused By Breathing Poisonous Fumes On U.S. Military BasesThey enlisted to serve our country in the global war on terror, and now they claim out country has let them down.
Long Island High School For The Arts Allowing Students On Campus For In-Person Classes; Precautions Include Special Masks For SingersThe coronavirus pandemic has devastated the performing arts community. But, there is an artistic oasis where performers are still singing and dancing.
Suffolk County Considering Raising Smoking Age To 25It could become the toughest smoking law in the nation. A bill would raise the legal smoking age in the county to 25.
Turtles On Long Island Face Increasingly Difficult Journey To Hibernation, Wildlife Experts Blame HumansIt's a hard time to be a turtle in the Hamptons. Experts say cars and other human hazards are making it difficult for the creatures to find a safe place to hibernate.
Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant Gets Long-Awaited Fix After Flooding Homes, Polluting Water Since Failing During Superstorm SandyAfter years of putrid odors and some of the worst nitrogen pollution in the country, the Bay Park Wastewater Treatment Plant, which serves half-a-million residents in Nassau County, has a long-awaited fix.