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.
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.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Long Island Lawmakers Furious Over Breakdown In PSEG's Power Outage Reporting SystemTogether, Nassau and Suffolk counties had more than 300,000 outages late Wednesday morning.
After Repeated Shark Sightings, Heightened Security Measures In Place At Long Island BeachesWednesday, officials in Nassau County announced a new plan to keep beachgoers safe. 
Police Find Enough Material To Build 'Six Powerful Bombs' In Farmingdale Home Along With Guns, Ammunition, DrugsPolice also took three luxury cars from the house and will be searching them.
Study Reveals Devastating Impact Of Coronavirus On Long Island's EconomyA new report says the island lost a greater percentage of jobs than New York City, and could lose more than a quarter of its workforce by year's end. 
Nassau County Officials Working On Plan To Bring Students Back Into Classrooms In SeptemberCounty executive Laura Curran says she's talking to education stakeholders to figure out a plan.
Nassau Coliseum Owner Mikhail Prokhorov To 'Shutter The Venue Indefinitely'The construction of the New York Islanders' new home at Belmont Park has resumed and now it appears their former home is set to turn off the lights.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Protests Should Now To Pivot Towards Reconciliation, Enacting ChangesGov. Andrew Cuomo said that the time has come for protesters to begin thinking about reconciliation and to begin a dialogue with local governments about what the future of policing will look like. 
Playgrounds, Campgrounds, Swimming Pools & Dog Parks Allowed To Reopen On Long IslandFamilies are asking to speed up reopening, and the county executive agrees.
On Day Long Island Enters Phase 2 Reopening, East End Businesses Say They're Ready For Phase 4Seals are swimming but, with no ticket sales, money has dried up at the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead. The tourist attraction is among dozens on the east end that are ordered to remain closed until Phase 4.