Without Help From Feds, Suffolk County Executive Bellone Warns Of Massive Cuts To Education, Police Department, MoreWithout federal disaster relief now, cuts, layoffs and furloughs could begin in January, Bellone warned.
LIRR Officials Warn Of 'Severe Cuts' To Service If Aid Doesn't Come From Federal GovernmentRoads clogged with cars. Trains that come once an hour. Those are some of the dire predictions in a new Metropolitan Transportation Authority report.
Testy Day At Thomas Murphy Hearing As Judge Hits Defense Attorney With $1,000 Fine For ContemptEmotions ran high in a Suffolk County courtroom on Wednesday at a hearing for the man convicted of drunk driving and killing a Boy Scout two years ago.
Demanding Answers: Homeowners In Roslyn In Tree Fight With PSEG Long Island Over High Voltage WiresFamilies say PSEG Long Island is responsible for maintaining safe easements in their back yards.
Yolanda Imbriano, 100-Year-Old Bus Monitor, Retires Over COVID Concerns; 'I Just Love Working With Children'She's a 100-year-old marvel, working full time as a school bus matron in Oceanside until her doctor suggested she retire this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
9/11 Remembered: Crowd Returns To Point Lookout For Socially Distant Ceremony On Long IslandMany return every year for what is now Hempstead Town's official 9/11 memorial at Town Park to honor those who died, including the late NYPD hero Luis Alvarez, of Oceanside.
Island Harvest Food Bank Asking For Help In Combating Food Crisis In Local Communities Caused By COVID-19 PandemicIsland Harvest says 200,000 families are now asking them for help. Food boxes packaged each day can't keep up with demand.
Exclusive: 17-Year-Old Fisherman Recounts Catching 7-Foot Shark On Westhampton BeachCBS 2's Jennifer McLogan takes you inside the story of a teenage fisherman who caught a shark in Westhampton Beach.
LIRR App Updates Let Users Check Train Capacity, Pick Less Crowded CarsThe crowds are measured not only by allowing LIRR access to your trip but also by sophisticated sensors built into a car's suspension to detect how many people are on board.
A Labor Day Weekend Like No Other: Many Are Celebrating But 'Keeping It Low Key'People across our area are taking advantage of the long weekend, to squeeze out as much summer as they can.
Long Island Beaches, Pools, Parks Extending Season Through September To Recoup Tourism LossesBusinesses and attractions that make up Long Island's $6 billion seasonal tourism industry have been crippled.
Exclusive: Garden City Man Happily Reflects On Living Decades With Tens Of Thousands Of Honeybees Inside His HomeA massive beehive was recently discovered in the foyer and walls of a Long Island home.
Schools: The New Normal | Jericho School District Prepares For Thursday ReopeningThe pressure is one in Jericho. School reopens Thursday for 3,200 students.
Health Experts Worry Isolation, Stress And Social Distancing During Coronavirus Pandemic Leading To Spike In Drug AbuseNew studies show sheltering in place has pushed many people struggling with anxiety, loneliness and grief to self-medicate with drugs.
94-Year-Old Veteran Poised To Help Commemorate 75th Anniversary Of End Of World War II On Long IslandMuseum organizers say they cannot allow the pandemic to prevent New Yorkers from paying proper tribute to an entire generation who saved the world from a dark and murderous fate.