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.
Supermodel Linda Evangelista Opens Up About Being 'Brutally Disfigured' After Cosmetic Procedure Gone WrongEvangelista was a top supermodel of the 1990s, but the Canadian fashion star hasn't been seen in public in five years.
Lawmakers On Long Island Begin Pushing 'Death By Dealer' Bill To Curb Rash Of Fatal Drug OverdosesFatal drug overdoses have surged during the pandemic. Pushers and suppliers currently charged only with criminal sale of a controlled substance may soon face tougher penalties.
Concerned Farmingdale State College Students Spearheading World Mobility Week's Car Free DayIt's time to leave the car at home and walk it, bike it, or train it.
Christopher Cella Of Selden Accused Of Luring And Then Attacking Hispanic Day Laborers In FarmingvilleSeveral immigrant Hispanic day laborers were victims of what police call premeditated and vicious hate crimes over the weekend.
First Affordable Housing Complex For LGBT Seniors Opens On Long IslandResidents said they hope it allows them to age gracefully and without fear of discrimination.
Gabby Petito Search: Video Shows Couple Questioned About Physical Altercation In Utah, Fiancé Told Police Road Trip Created 'Emotional Strain'The police report indicates Petito and Laundrie got into a physical altercation during their road trip on Aug. 12, more than a week before her last Facetime call with her mother.
9/11 20 Years Later: Daniel Belardinelli Looks Back On Missing Flight 93 And Overcoming Survivor's GuiltBelardinelli was looking forward to a California adventure with his uncle, but a few days before their Sept. 11 departure, his plans changed and he had to cancel.
Mitchel Field Gymnasium Undergoing Renovation To Enhance Services For Long Island Veterans, Military FamiliesThe base has a commissary, health facilities and an outdoor playground for the many veterans and military families. But the decades-old gym has been unusable.
20 Years Later, It's Still Difficult For Many On Long Island To Visit 9/11 Memorials And MonumentsNearly 500 Long Islanders lost their lives on 9/11. Since then, monuments and memorials have been created almost yearly -- from East Rockaway to the East End--- honoring the many victims.
Ida On Long Island: 80-Foot Oak Falls On Lloyd Neck Home, Nearby Caumsett State Park DevastatedIda's deluge walloped the North Shore peninsulas of Long Island. Communities suffered severe damage when a possible tornado moved across water, toppling trees onto homes.
Immunocompromised Hopeful Clinical Trial Of Third COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Will Yield Positive ResultsMany Americans with an autoimmune disease have had a poor response to COVID-19 vaccines, placing them at extremely high risk.
International Overdose Awareness Day Aims To Break Stigma And Back SurvivorsExperts say overdoses are linked to social isolation, financial anxieties and mental health challenges caused by the pandemic.
More Than A Dozen Long Island School Districts Are Developing Specific Classes To Teach About 9/11School districts across the Tri-State Area are making plans this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and extend the history lesson all year.
Long Island's Anastasia Pagonis Wins Gold At Tokyo Paralympics17-year-old Anastasia Pagonis is blind. But through incredible strength and determination, she made it to this world record moment.