Eighteen Long Island school districts have frozen tax rates, and four are calling for cuts. New Suffolk and Wainscott on the East End are seeking to pierce the tax cap.3m read3m read
School district residents go to the polls today to vote on budgets, board members and propositions for the coming school year.
Higher mortgage rates have yet to bring down prices.2m read2m read
The pitmaster already operates two barbecue trucks that he outfitted himself.1m read1m read
One is a head surf instructor, another volunteered with pandas. Get to know more than 145 of the top seniors from high schools across LI.
There is one more hurdle: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention must decide whether to formally recommend the booster for this age group.1m read1m read
The maps make for about 15 Democrat-leaning districts in the state and five that lean Republican, with six others considered toss-ups.3m read3m read
The ambulance company is buying property on Straight Path near Mount Avenue from Babylon Town to build the substation.2m read2m read
With the infection rate for COVID-19 rising nationally and on LI, here is the latest on self-care, isolation after contracting the virus.2m read2m read
Both Nassau and Suffolk are assessed at "high" currently by the CDC, though officials on Long Island have not pushed for renewed masking protocols.1m read1m read
As the nationwide shortage reached emergency levels for many families, Suffolk County lawmakers joined one of the region's largest food banks for a major formula collection drive.3m read3m read
A witness told police the baby, who was in a car with the windows closed outside a store, was crying, coughing and red in the face.
The NJ Symphony plays as "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" is screened.
The auto club and insurance company is predicting 1.5 million more motorists on the roads for Memorial Day weekend than last year.2m read2m read
After a death, it helps to be prepared to deal with what can be a stressful experience.5m read5m read
Within the broader New York City metropolitan area, Black and Hispanic households have among the highest rates of being "unbanked," according to the most recent FDIC survey.2m read2m read
A public hearing will be held Wednesday on a proposed tax break for an East Farmingdale apartment complex that would save the developer more than $4 million in property taxes.1m read1m read
Dock-diving, a dog performance sport making waves in pet-centric circles across the nation, will be making a splash at the festival.3m read3m read
Find bass, carp, perch, eel and more freshwater fish in these Long Island waters.4m read4m read
Shop Long Island's main streets, where you'll find specialty retailers alongside well-known brands.3m read3m read
They're destinations for fun amid summer breezes and the sounds of nature.2m read2m read
Cool off and splish splash at Long Island's water parks.4m read4m read
The takeout area is unrecognizable, but the pastrami remains the same.2m read2m read
LONG ISLANDERS' FAVORITES
No ticket? You still have other options if you want to see the annual show at Jones Beach Memorial Day weekend.2m read2m read
Local business owners said they have been hampered by shipping delays at the Port of New York and New Jersey. The backups have slowed the arrival of key ingredients for products, cutting into businesses' bottom lines.Long read7m read
Long Island's 124 school districts are proposing average spending increases of 4.17% for 2022-23, a Newsday survey found. Average tax collections are due to rise only 1.54%.3m read3m read
These places are baked into Long Island's DNA.Long read7m read
It's the lack of guns that make these massacres possible.4m read4m read
The minority has enough power.2m read2m read
Reader letters to Newsday.3m read3m read
The violence in Buffalo has left many feeling uneasy and unsafe.1m read1m read