State budget tries to balance numbers, virus uncertainty
The spending plan hinges on getting more federal aid to offset declining revenues.MORE ON THIS TOPIC Schools get bump in aid, but budget not guaranteed
Brown: Review of Nassau contracting law will be waiting
After the virus crisis passes, the county will have to address concerns about construction contracts raised by Nassau's inspector general, Jodi Franzese.
Town of Riverhead cracks down on bunker fishermen
Town issues summons after complaints from neighbors, limiting one of the few open fishing sectors available to local baymen.
Pastor, pillar of Wyandanch community dies at 63
The youngest of 11 children, Talbert served as an adviser to President Bill Clinton and helped parishioners of all income levels achieve their dreams of homeownership.
Newsday's All-Long Island boys swimming team 2020
Meet Newsday's All-Long Island boys swimming team for the 2019-20 winter season.MORE ON THIS TOPIC Newsday's All-Long Island history database
Your guide to at-home salon treatments: Nails, hair and more
We're cooped up without our favorite colorists, haircutters, facialists, lash and brow experts.
Chain restaurants offer freebies, discounts amid coronavirus outbreak
Get a free slice of cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory, or save 20 percent off your IHOP order.
Filler: Will there be Regents exams, or school, this year?
The state Board of Regents will have several important questions to address when they meet via conference call this week.
U.S. needs a national response against COVID-19
Washington must coordinate a large deployment of staff and resources so that states such as NY will get the help they need.
Michael Dowling: To health care workers, thank You
You have been the backbone to maintaining the COVID-19 outbreak.