Hempstead, Nassau County Schools Receive $10 Million In Federal COVID Recovery Funds To Expand Job TrainingThere's a push to bring quality jobs to communities most impacted so they come back stronger, starting with job training in the fields that are hiring.
Dr. Susan Poser Becomes Hofstra University's 1st Female PresidentPoser began her tenure at Friday's inaugural ceremony.
Hempstead's Effort To Revitalize Downtown, Transit Hub Starts With Community Policing Unit On Mountain BikesHempstead Village, the largest village in New York, has a new vision to help draw outsiders to its cultural attractions, restaurants and shopping.
Long Island School Bus Driver Accused Of Driving While Intoxicated With Child On BoardPolice said 29-year-old Mercedes Parada was found slumped over the steering wheel of the bus with a student on board. 
Long Island Crews Preparing For Potential Flooding, Downed Trees From Tropical Depression FredFred's been making its way up the coast from Florida with 70 mile per hour winds and a lot of rain.
Sharks Spotted At Rockaway, Lido BeachesNassau County Executive Laura Curran says this is the 20th confirmed sighting in the county this summer.
Despite Having Its Tools Stolen, Long Island Nonprofit Completes Renovations On Disabled Mom's Hempstead HomeThere was a big reveal Tuesday for a disabled Long Island mother whose house was in dire need of repair.
Town Of Hempstead Beaches Suspend Swimming After More Shark Sightings Off Long IslandAn official said the shutdown was a precaution they had to take after multiple sharks were spotted along the shoreline.
Hempstead Officials Issue Reminder About Danger Of Rip CurrentsSo far, this season has been average for rip current formation, but with the approach of peak hurricane season, the Town of Hempstead is ramping up efforts to educate the public.
Tracking Elsa: Long Island Officials Urging Residents To Prepare For Potential Flooding OvernightLong Island is bracing for its first brush of the season with a named storm.
With COVID Restrictions Lifted, Families Flock To Beaches, Pools, Parks To Stay Cool Amid Extreme HeatFamilies across the Tri-State Area looked for places to cool off Monday. Unlike last year, there were plenty of options at public places where restrictions are eased.