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As we wrap up Newsday's Long Island Now live post today, take note of the local meetings listed below that are coming up next week.
Oh, and be sure to use #LIStPats when Instagramming or tweeting photos from St. Patrick's Day celebrations this weekened. They could be featured in our photo gallery.
Fog will roll in tonight and the low will be 28 degrees with a wind chill as low as 19...Read more »
As we wrap up Newsday's Long Island Now live post for Thursday, March 6, 2014, be sure to check out the local meetings listed below that are happening tonight.
We'll back up and running Friday morning to serve as your source for weather, traffic and transit updates, as well as breaking news and social media updates.
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WATER...Read more »
Welcome to another chilly day on Long Island and to Newsday's Long Island Now live post for Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
We've wrapped up today's live coverage, but below you will find a rundown of the top stories Newsday has been following, along with top tweets from our reporters.
Coming up tonight, we'll have live coverage of Suffolk County's annual State of the County address.
STATE...Read more »
We're wrapping up today's live post, but below you'll find a roundup of local stories that Newsday has been following throughout the day.
Also, Newsday reporters will be covering Brookhaven's State of the Town address and the Babylon Town Board meeting later today.
STATE OF TOWN. Brookhaven Supervisor Edward P. Romaine delivers his annual State of the Town address...Read more »
Welcome to Newsday's Long Island Now live post for Monday, March 3, 2014.
Although this morning's storm left the Island lightly dusted with snow, Long Islanders dodged a bigger blast of the white stuff as the storm originally expected to drop six inches on the South Shore moved farther south and east.
It is cold though -- currently in the low 20s -- and temperatures are expected to drop...Read more »
The Nassau County Police Department’s Missing Persons Squad is seeking the public’s help in locating a 22-year-old Syosset woman, a former student at the New York Institute of Technology.
According to detectives, Jasmine V. Joseph was last seen leaving her Syosset home on Monday in a 2012 gray Nissan Altima to go to the school's Old Westbury campus.
Joseph called her parents at...Read more »
As we wrap up Newsday's LI Now live post for Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, take a look at some of today's top stories and social media updates from reporters and readers, as well as this weekend's wintry weather forecast.
We'll be back Monday to continue serving as your source for breaking news, weather, traffic and transit updates to make sure you're up to speed on what's happening on Long...Read more »
As we wrap up today's LI Now live post for Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, be sure to read up on tonight's forecast and what wintry weather to expect over the weekend.
Tonight, temperatures could reach as low as 12 degrees, with a wind chill of minus 2 degrees. Record-breaking cold may be coming through with potentially "significant snowfall" Sunday night into Monday night, forecasters...Read more »
We're wrapping up our live post for the day, but be sure to take a look at our coverage and social media updates. And come back tomorrow, when we'll continue as your source for news, weather, traffic and transit updates.
STORIES TO WATCH
CHRISTIAN GROUP PROTESTS HOMECOMING GENDER ISSUE. A half dozen people from the Christian Leadership Coalition protested outside Central Islip High...Read more »
Welcome to Newsday's Long Island Now live post for Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014.
Sunday's unseasonably warm weather seems like a distant memory as temperatures won't even hit 40 degrees Tuesday on Long Island and snow is in the forecast.
Today's high will be 36 degrees with a windchill as low as 10, and the thermometer will drop down to a low of 19 degrees tonight. There's a 20 percent...Read more »