Many Long Island Businesses Joining Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Gyms Be Included In Phase 4 ReopeningGyms, fitness centers, health clubs, and yoga studios claim COVID-19 protocols are in place to keep both members and employees safe.
Long Island Small Businesses Use Waivers To Protect Themselves From COVID-19 Related LawsuitsBusinesses on Long Island are using waivers to protect themselves from COVID-19 related lawsuits.
Frustration Grows In Tri-State Area As Malls, Movie Theaters Remain Closed While Other Businesses ReopenOwners of business inside shopping malls are astonished and upset because it looks like they won't be able to open as previously promised, when Phase 4 arrives on Long Island.
Long Island Businesses Welcome Back Customers On First Day Of Phase 3 ReopeningLong Islanders can finally eat inside a restaurant, get a massage for their aching muscles, get a tattoo, or have their nails done. Safety rules in place, of course.
As Coronavirus Restrictions Ease, Small Weddings Are Having A Big Moment In HempsteadWaiting to walk down the aisle has been a long road for some engaged couples during the coronavirus restrictions. 
Westhampton Couple Stranded In Florida, Unable To Force Squatter From Family Home Due To Eviction Moratorium"It’s disgraceful to take advantage of something the governor put in place for people in need," Elyse Zaccaro said.
Student Surprises School Bus Driver With $1,000 Award: 'You Made An Impact On Everybody On That Bus's Life'A national movement asks teens to nominate someone in their lives who they are not related to who has made a real difference. 
'The History Of The Underground Railroad Is Tied With' AME Zion Church In ManhassetHarriet Tubman - herself a scout, spy and suffragette - was believed to have used the AME Zion Church for more than one of her dangerous missions rescuing enslaved people. 
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.
Backyard Swimming Pool Installation Demands Skyrocket On Long Island Due To COVID-19: 'We Get 30-40 Calls A Day'Pool construction and material demands are at an all-time high because of COVID-19 and that is creating challenges for pool companies and Long Island residents who want pools.
Playgrounds, Campgrounds, Swimming Pools & Dog Parks Allowed To Reopen On Long IslandFamilies are asking to speed up reopening, and the county executive agrees.