Long Island Officials Urge People To Stay Home On Super Bowl Sunday; Dangerous Driving Conditions Expected From Winter StormOfficials on Long Island are hoping this Super Bowl Sunday means more people in front of TVs, and much fewer on the roads as plow drivers get to work.
Strong Winds, Flooding Concerns On Long Island As Winter Storm Blankets RegionHigh winds and flooding are cause for concern on Long Island as the powerful nor'easter blankets the region in snow.
All Sports Allowed To Resume In Nassau County Starting MondayAll sports, including those considered high risk, can resume in Nassau County on Monday. High-risk sports include football, basketball and cheerleading.
Nassau County Taxpayers Shocked By First Bills After Massive Reassessment: 'It's Unfeasible'For years, Nassau home values were wildly inaccurate. Those who grieved won rubber-stamped reductions. Those who did not unfairly paid more.
COVID Vaccine: Long Island Utility Workers Say Since They Are Essential They Should Be In Group 1BLong Island is leading the state in COVID-19 positivity. Its seven-day average is more than 7.6%, but that's significantly down from earlier in the month when it was in double digits.
COVID Vaccine: 1-Day Distribution Sites Open In Underserved Communities In Nassau CountyOn Monday, as the nation remembered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., there was a new effort to improve racial equity in our area.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Quarantining After Exposure To COVID-19In a Facebook post, Curran wrote, "I'm feeling well and will be getting tested appropriately during my quarantine, which will begin immediately."
COVID Vaccine: Eligible Long Island Residents Running Into All Kinds Of Problems Registering For ShotsGetting an vaccine appointment is a difficult process, as millions of people are clamoring for just thousands of daily vaccine doses.
COVID On Long Island: 50,000 Front Line Workers Vaccinated As Nassau County Executive Asks Governor To Expand EligibilityNassau County Executive Laura Curran again asked the governor to expand eligibility to include all first responders.
COVID On Long Island: Nassau County Ramps Up Vaccination Efforts After Governor Criticizes Hospital For Stalled RolloutNassau County opened its first vaccination Point of Distribution Center, or POD, at Nassau Community College.
Long Island Lawmakers Take Issue With $133 Million In CARES Act Funding Town Of Hempstead ReceivedThe U.S. Treasury Department is investigating after one Long Island town wound up with millions from the COVID-19 CARES Act.