Thousands Impacted By Coronavirus Wait Hours For Emergency Food Distribution At Nassau ColiseumPeople came by foot and by car, with lines snaking around Nassau Coliseum for miles Thursday, hours before food was handed out.
LI Teen Credited With Saving Family From House FireThe Smithtown Fire Department is now planning to honor 15-year-old Hailee Hurtado with an award for her actions.
Experts Offer Coronavirus July 4th Partying Etiquette'Tis suddenly the season for our first summer barbecue. The question is how to make the party work during the coronavirus pandemic.
With Coronavirus Still A Big Concern On Long Island, Pop-Up Day Camps Take Center Stage In BackyardsWith sleep-away camps canceled and many day camps opening late, a new cottage industry is all the rage.
Many Long Island Businesses Joining Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Gyms Be Included In Phase 4 ReopeningGyms, fitness centers, health clubs, and yoga studios claim COVID-19 protocols are in place to keep both members and employees safe.
Long Island Small Businesses Use Waivers To Protect Themselves From COVID-19 Related LawsuitsBusinesses on Long Island are using waivers to protect themselves from COVID-19 related lawsuits.
Suffolk County DA: Patchogue Man Found With Stockpile Of Illegal Weapons For Sale, Built Illegal AR-15Police say Mark Singh, 35, faces numerous weapons charges including criminal possession, criminal sale, and another for illegally manufacturing an assault weapon.
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.
Long Island Street Renamed 'Black Lives Matter Way'"It does not mean that other lives do not matter. But it does mean that until Black Lives Matter, the dream of the United States constitution falls short of its mark," said Village of Hempstead Mayor Don Ryan. 
Frustration Grows In Tri-State Area As Malls, Movie Theaters Remain Closed While Other Businesses ReopenOwners of business inside shopping malls are astonished and upset because it looks like they won't be able to open as previously promised, when Phase 4 arrives on Long Island.
Several Businesses Damaged In Great Neck FireIt started just after 4 p.m. Thursday on Cutter Mill Road in Great Neck.