Nassau County Announces New Rent Relief Program For Tenants Struggling During PandemicThe $6 million "Rental Relief Program" begins in January.
Storm Watch: Nassau Officials Ask Business Owners To Help Keep Roads ClearNinety trucks loaded up at the Department of Public Works in Hicksville, hitting the roads to salt ahead of snow.
Long Island Communities Prepare For Major Winter Storm"This will be a major winter event, a major storm event," said Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. "We are doing all that we need to prepare to make sure we are ready."
Pushback Over Nassau County's New Property Tax Reassessment As Homeowners Get School Tax BillsSixty five percent of Nassau County homeowners will pay more in school taxes this year - the most direct impact of the county-wide property reassessment.
Long Island Sees Spike In Coronavirus Cases, Positivity RateSuffolk reported more than 1,100 new cases Tuesday, and Nassau has a test positivity rate of 5.8% -- the highest number in months.
'We Can Do It, Nassau' Campaign Aims To Encourage County Residents To Get COVID-19 VaccineThe campaign pays tribute to "Rosie the Riveter," the cultural icon who represented women working in factories and shipyards during WWII.
Suffolk County Police Break Up 500-Person Potential Super-Spreader Party At Castle-Like HomeLong Island is ramping up more COVID-19 testing sites as a crucial weapon to slow the surge.
How Long Is It Safe To Keep Your Christmas Tree Up? Nassau County Fire Safety Officials Have The AnswerThere's an important reminder from fire officials that decking the halls can turn into a devastating house fire.
Thousands Of Free Thanksgiving Meals Distributed On Long Island: 'It Means A Lot'Turkeys, hams, fresh produce, dairy products - enough to feed 3,000 Long Island families - were distributed Monday amid tears of gratitude.
Long Island Officials Encouraged By Lack Of New Coronavirus Positive Cases In SchoolsPositive coronavirus cases have reached 3.5% in Nassau County. Many cases are linked to indoor gatherings.
Nassau County Uses $1 Million Grant For Dozens Of License Plate ReadersLicense plate readers are now being used by law enforcement across Long Island as an intelligence tool, collecting data for crime trends and using it to solve homicides and robberies.
Laura Curran Touts Progress Slowing Coronavirus Cases In Five Towns AreaShe says in Lawrence, over the last week, the number of positive cases has dropped 25%, and down 75% over the last three weeks.
COVID-19 Hotspots In Nassau County Cooling Off Due To Education, Outreach And TestingTargeting neighborhoods with high coronavirus infection levels is paying off, CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reported.
Stew Leonard's In One Long Island Town Trying Halloween Drive-Thru Display To Keep People SafeHalloweens is looking a little different this year. With social distancing, parents and local leaders are trying to figure out safe and spooky ways to celebrate.
Analysis Names Nassau County Safest Community In AmericaNassau County got a perfect score in "per capita spending for health and emergency services."