COVID Survivor Thankful For 'Second Chance In Life' After Near-Death Battle With DiseaseHe's an active 60-year-old with no pre-existing conditions, yet for him, COVID was unrelenting. 
Long Island Turkey Farms Booming, Say Many Customers Looking For Smaller Birds This YearLong Island growers say roaming and foraging outdoors improves the turkeys' flavor, delivering a more tender eating experience. 
COVID In New York: Staten Island Reopens Coronavirus Field Hospital Not Used Since Peak Of PandemicThe extra preparation comes as the northern part of the borough enters the yellow zone and the southern area is considered an orange zone.
As Seniors Face Holidays In Isolation, Experts Warn Anxiety, Depression Can Be DeadlyJeffrey Reynolds, executive director of the Family and Children's Association, says check in daily with seniors and ask probing questions, such as "did you eat today," "how are you feeling today" and "were you able to jump into the shower?"
Long Island Teen Launches Eco-Friendly Refill Business, Says Taking Small Steps 'Creates The Movement'He purchased eco-friendly shampoos and soaps and set up in front of his house and at a local market in Port Washington. All you have to do is swing by for a refill.
Long Island Dancer Thankful For 'Angel's Heart' Transplant, And To Team At Sandra Atlas Bass HospitalThe youngest heart transplant recipient on Long Island offered a huge "thank you" Tuesday to all involved in giving him his life back.
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 Woman Arraigned In Hit-And-Run Crash That Seriously Injured 2 Boys On BicyclesInvestigators say 31-year-old Shannon Palmer, of Hauppauge, ran her SUV into two boys, ages 12 and 9, back in August.
Seen On Video: Deer Rescued From Long Island Sound After Getting Paint Can Stuck On HeadThe deer is now recovering at the Strong Island Animal Rescue and is expected to be fine. 
Long Island Appliance Store Owner's Gamble Pays Off After Stocking Up On $1 Million Worth Of Inventory At Start Of PandemicUnprecedented demand and COVID shutdowns are causing a nationwide appliance shortage, but a small retailer on Long Island is bucking the trend.
At Floyd Memorial Library In Greenport, Learning Never Stops"It really feels like this is a haven where you can be hopeful," library clerk Brian Mealy told CBS2's Elle McLogan.