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. 
Pushback Over Nassau County's New Property Tax Reassessment As Homeowners Get School Tax BillsSixty five percent of Nassau County homeowners will pay more in school taxes this year - the most direct impact of the county-wide property reassessment.
Holiday Heroes Hand Out Gift Cards To Students In Nassau County: 'Bring On 2021'The Holiday Heroes giveaway was organized by the Nassau County Police Department and sponsored by the Nassau County Police Foundation. 
Long Island Sees Spike In Coronavirus Cases, Positivity RateSuffolk reported more than 1,100 new cases Tuesday, and Nassau has a test positivity rate of 5.8% -- the highest number in months. 
FAA To Change Altitudes Of Planes Over Long Island To Decrease Noise, But Residents Not Confident Bombardment Will AbateRelief is coming to Long Island neighborhoods that have long complained of incessant airplane noise, even though they are not near any airport.
'We Can Do It, Nassau' Campaign Aims To Encourage County Residents To Get COVID-19 VaccineThe campaign pays tribute to "Rosie the Riveter," the cultural icon who represented women working in factories and shipyards during WWII.
Nassau County Homeowners Get A Break From Property Value AssessmentsThe coronavirus pandemic has led to a spike in county real estate prices, as people move from the city to the suburbs. 
Suffolk County Police Break Up 500-Person Potential Super-Spreader Party At Castle-Like HomeLong Island is ramping up more COVID-19 testing sites as a crucial weapon to slow the surge.
Crew Restoring Historic Roslyn Grist Mill Finds 100-Year-Old Time Capsule With Messages From Original Builders; 'A Treasure'Within the walls of the historic Roslyn Grist Mill, circa 1715, a crew working to restore the landmark stumbled upon a time capsule that's more than a century old.
Nassau County Police Searching For Gunman After Man Killed, Teen Hurt In Shooting At Park In FreeportNassau County police are searching for a gunman after a man was killed and a teenager was seriously hurt in a shooting at a park in Freeport.
Long Island Officials Say Schools Are Not Contributing To Second Wave Of COVID-19 SpreadLong Island is seeing the highest number of positive COVID-19 cases since it began reopening in May. However, school students attending in-person classes have not been a part of the spread.
Amazon Delivery Driver Accused Of Stealing Packages On Long Island, Threatening Co-WorkerEdward Seyfert, 48, was taken into custody Monday at an Amazon warehouse on Grumman Road in Bethpage. 
Police Nab Elusive Suspect In International Burglary Ring That Targeted Homes On Long IslandNassau Police have nabbed 24-year-old Bryan Leandro Herrera Maldonado, an alleged burglar in an elaborate international ring from Chile.
Long Island Officials Encouraged By Lack Of New Coronavirus Positive Cases In SchoolsPositive coronavirus cases have reached 3.5% in Nassau County. Many cases are linked to indoor gatherings.
Long Island Moving Ahead With Aggressive Legislation To Help Veterans Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicWith Veterans Day coming this week, there has been more outreach to help those service men and women struggling with mental health issues, food insecurity and more.