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.
With Indoor Dining At 50% Capacity, Long Island Hoping To Capitalize On Winter Restaurant WeekRestaurant Week is upon us, offering eight days of deals to help our struggling chefs and waiters.
COVID In New York: One Big Hurdle To Cross, But High-Risk Sports Looking More And More Like A Go On Feb. 1If local health departments give the green like, high-risk sports can finally resume across New York state next week.
Light In The COVID Darkness: 88-Year-Old Becomes Talk Of Her Town For Spreading Love And Joy On The PianoPeggy Kramer recorded "Over the Rainbow" back in March of last year after her daughter noticed rainbows plastered onto windows of homes and in driveways in the face of COVID's dark wrath.
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: 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."
COVID Vaccine: Long Island County Sites Swamped By Residents Trying To Make Vaccination AppointmentsJones Beach started scheduling appointments Monday and by Tuesday afternoon, was completely filled through mid-April.
COVID Vaccine: Eligible Long Island Residents Running Into All Kinds Of Problems Registering For ShotsGetting an vaccine appointment is a difficult process, as millions of people are clamoring for just thousands of daily vaccine doses.
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.
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.
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 Lawmakers Take Issue With $133 Million In CARES Act Funding Town Of Hempstead ReceivedThe U.S. Treasury Department is investigating after one Long Island town wound up with millions from the COVID-19 CARES Act.
Nassau County Announces New Rent Relief Program For Tenants Struggling During PandemicThe $6 million "Rental Relief Program" begins in January.
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.