'If We Don't Help This Industry, The Future Of This Country Is Very Bleak': Caterers, Independent Restaurant Owners Seek Stimulus Money From LawmakersThe industry argues federal help will have a trickle-down effect, saving 11 million jobs and related main street businesses.
FINALLY: Fans Are Stoked For Start Of Yankees, Mets SeasonsAfter a four-month delay, it's finally Opening Day.
Not All Youth Sports Will Be Back July 6, And That Has Many On Long Island Wondering WhyCertain organized youth sports can resume in some regions on July 6, and not soon enough for some.
Garden City Homeowners Say 100-Foot Power Poles For LIRR Third Track Project Were Installed Near Homes Without Residents' InputVillage officials in Garden City are accusing the LIRR of acting in bad faith.
Long Island High School Coaching Legend's Final Season Ends Prematurely Due To COVID-19 PandemicChappy won 10 New York state titles in lacrosse and seven more in field hockey.
International College Students Still Stranded In U.S. As Coronavirus Travel Bans ContinueSome international students who were studying in our country are still living alone on shuttered campuses.
Nassau County Police On The Hunt For Armed Serial Flasher Targeting WomenThe suspect had exposed himself to at least three women this week, with the last encounter escalating to an attempted robbery.
Garden City's 42nd Annual Turkey Trot Draws Over 6,000 ParticipantsThe five-mile race raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities and has become a holiday tradition for many.
Annual Toys For Tots Drive Kicks Off On Long IslandThanks to Toys for Tots, thousands of children across Long Island have a present to unwrap to each holiday season.
Only On CBS2: Man Struggling With MS Takes On City For Right To On-Street ParkingOnce a local basketball star, the man returned to Garden City several years ago to find his hometown's main thoroughfare, Seventh Street, was never made handicapped accessible.
SEE IT: New Tech Helps MTA Replace An Entire Bridge In One WeekendIt’s a modern day marvel of construction tech – called a Self-Propelled Modular Trailer or SPMT - and it's pivotal in keeping the LIRR expansion project riding along at the right pace.