Nassau County Legislator Files Law Capping Food Delivery Service Fees For Struggling RestaurantsGrubhub and other delivery services call this an overstep by local officials, saying, "Any arbitrary cap will lower order volume and increase costs for small restaurant owners and customers."
Long Island Health Officials Working To Dispel Mistrust And Misinformation On COVID-19 VaccinesAs the rollout continues, the effort is on to build confidence in COVID-19 vaccines. It comes amid some reluctance by some of those first offered the shots.
Nassau County Announces New Rent Relief Program For Tenants Struggling During PandemicThe $6 million "Rental Relief Program" begins in January. 
COVID Shots Administered To New York Nursing Home Residents And Staff, But Not All Volunteer To Be VaccinatedCOVID-19 vaccinations rolled out to nursing homes across New York on Monday. But not everyone who is eligible for the vaccine is opting in.
Police Say Ronald Destefano, 54, Was Struck And Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver In Stony BrookPolice say Destefano was crossing the street from south to north when he was struck by a car and the driver kept going, leaving him lying in the roadway.
Police Discover Illegal Weapons, Ketamine Stash At Long Island Retiree's Home After Gun-Wielding ConfrontationPolice said Christopher Price, a 74-year-old retiree from Levittown, suddenly jumped out of his car swinging a loaded shotgun and pointed it at a couple parked at an intersection.
Barstool Sports Founder Dave Portnoy Creates Fund To Help Struggling Small Businesses, Starting With Borrelli's In East MeadowA Long Island business is getting financial help from an unlikely source. 
Nearly 500 Gingerbread Houses On Display At Long Island Children's MuseumEach of the gingerbread houses was baked, built and decorated by Chef Jon Lovitch. He is the Guinness World Record holder for the largest gingerbread village.
Long Island Man Takes Search For Kidney Donor To Times SquareMarc Weiner was diagnosed with cancer in 2015 and lost both kidneys. He's now cancer-free but on dialysis three days a week.
Pandemic Brings Big Changes For Long Island Businesses On Last Shopping Weekend Before ChristmasOver 150 million Americans plan to shop on the Saturday before Christmas, but of those, 42% will do so online only, avoiding malls and stores.
Long Island Man Offers To Shovel Snow, Receives Overwhelming Response From Community Since Pandemic LayoffA Long Island husband, and soon-to-be first time father, turned to social media looking for work plowing driveways or shoveling sidewalks after he was laid off.
Wall Of Bricks Comes Crashing Down On Cars In Central IslipIn total, about seven cars were damaged. The bricks buried the walkway too. 
'Covert Avenue Strong'; Shop Owners Lend A Hand To Neighboring Businesses Struggling Since Devastating FireCleaning up nearly a foot of snow seems like a normal nuisance on Covert Avenue, where the challenges keep piling up.
Brentwood Residents Oppose Plans To Bring Garbage Facility To NeighborhoodThis is the community with some of Long Island's highest COVID numbers, tragic MS-13 student murders, and a park shut down after illegal dumping.
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.