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.
COVID On Long Island: Riverhead, Hamptons Bays Near Micro-Cluster DesignationWhile Long Island hovers around 3%, Riverhead has surged to 5.6% and Hampton Bays to 6.5%.
Suffolk County Cracking Down On Businesses, Homeowners Violating Social Gathering LimitsA wedding and a teen house party with hundreds of guests were among those cited Wednesday as potential superspreader events.
Reforms Coming To Suffolk County Police Department After Independent Study Finds Bias In Traffic StopsThe Suffolk County Police Department admits its traffic stops are biased.
37 People Test Positive For COVID-19 After Long Island Sweet Sixteen, County Executive Calls Party 'A Superspreader Event'Twenty-eight students and nine adults tested positive for COVID-19, 270 people were placed under quarantine, and eight schools had positive case.
Without Help From Feds, Suffolk County Executive Bellone Warns Of Massive Cuts To Education, Police Department, MoreWithout federal disaster relief now, cuts, layoffs and furloughs could begin in January, Bellone warned.
Gov. Cuomo Orders Investigation After Brookhaven Fire Truck Seen Displaying Confederate Flag
Number Of Single-Day New Coronavirus Cases In Suffolk County Rises Above 100 For First Time Since MarchTen lifeguards at Ocean Beach have tested positive along with four people who attended a private party on July 4.
Study Reveals Devastating Impact Of Coronavirus On Long Island's EconomyA new report says the island lost a greater percentage of jobs than New York City, and could lose more than a quarter of its workforce by year's end. 
Bellone: Due To Budget 'Catastrophe,' Suffolk County Considering Reallocating Money Earmarked To Protect EnvironmentWith sales tax revenue dramatically down, Suffolk County is looking at a $1.5 billion shortfall over the next three years.
Long Island Beaches Going Resident-Only As New York City Keeps Its Beaches Shut For Memorial Day WeekendThe surf's up, and anger too, on Long Island, where beaches will be banned to New York City residents.