COVID On Long Island: Vaccination Site Opens At Nassau ColiseumAs more supply becomes available, COVID-19 vaccination efforts are ramping up across the Tri-State Area.
Nassau County Announces Plan For Memorial Honoring Afghanistan, Iraq War VeteransThe county is working with the nonprofit group Heroes Among Us to raise money for the memorial's design and commission.
Lawmakers Mostly Excited About What American Rescue Plan Will Mean For Struggling Nassau And Suffolk CountiesVillage Hall in Farmingdale looks more like a fortress than a small seat of government. The plastic dividers installed at the front desk and in the court room, plus COVID-19 safety features.
Plethora Of Potholes Has Drivers On Long Island Seeing Red; Officials Say Help Is On The WayThe pothole fixes can't come soon enough, complain angry drivers on Long Island.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Exposed To Positive COVID-19 Case, Will QuarantineA statement from the county spokeswoman says Curran is feeling well and has tested negative for COVID-19 herself.
Long Island Resident Tests Positive For COVID-19 Variant First Detected In South AfricaThe resident who tested positive never traveled to South Africa. In fact, she never left New York.
First Case Of South African COVID Variant In New York Found On Long Island, Gov. Cuomo AnnouncesCuomo said the variant's arrival in New York means that COVID-19 safety measures like wearing masks and maintaining distance from other people are more important than ever.
Community Groups Split From Nassau Police On Collaboration For ReformsEvery community in New York is to evaluate police practices on use of force, crowd management, citizen complaints or risk the loss of state funds.
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."