COVID Vaccination Sites Continue Opening Across Tri-State Area As Eligibility ExpandsVaccine mega-sites are popping up across the Tri-State Area.
COVID In New York: 3 Additional Cases Of UK Strain Detected, Including 1 On Long IslandThe first case of the highly contagious strain was detected in Saratoga Springs earlier this week.
Long Island Teen Builds Peer Tutoring Website To Streamline Learning During PandemicA Long Island high school student built a peer tutoring website after in-person tutoring completely stopped when schools went remote.
40 Long Island Students Selected From Thousands Across Country For Prestigious Regeneron Science Talent SearchLater this month, 40 of the 300 national nominees will be named finalists.
Archeological Dig On Long Island An Effort To Preserve History Of Freed Slave Peter Crippen, Huntington's First Black Land OwnerThey're digging for history on Long Island. A centuries-old home cannot be saved, but artifacts buried on the property help tell the story of one of the community's founding Black families.
Long Island Man Accused Of Scamming 80-Year-Old Woman Out Of $8,200Police say 28-year-old Anderson Espinal-Corona, of Copiague, called an 80-year-old North Carolina woman and said her grandson had been arrested for DWI.
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.
Coronavirus Pandemic Powerless To Stop Golf, Which Is Booming On Long IslandThey're seeing more "green" across the country, and especially here in New York.
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.
90-Year-Old Man Falls 10 Feet Into Storm Drain On Long IslandEmergency crews spent more than an hour getting the elderly man out.
COVID Vaccine: Long Island Nurse, Lawmakers Say New York Needs To Speed Up RolloutMany people are hopeful for the COVID vaccine, including a Long Island nurse who wants to know why she still hasn't received it.
Driver Punched, Robbed After Telling Passenger To Wear Mask On Long Island Transport Van, Police SayPolice said the first suspect punched him in the back of the neck and the second snatched money from his hand.
'It Takes An Army': Long Island Nonprofit Comprised Of People Who Lost Their Jobs In Pandemic Now Feeding ThousandsFighting food insecurity and bringing hospitality workers back on the job, that's the goal behind Carroll's Kitchen Long Island.
Federal Budget Repeals Auction Of Plum Island In Suffolk CountyBack in 2008, Congress created a federal law to mandate the sale to the highest bidder, but local lawmakers and environmentalists fought it and won.
Long Island Nursing And Rehabilitation Center Offers COVID-19 Vaccine To Staff, ResidentsThe second dose of the vaccine is scheduled to be provided on Jan. 19.