Chancellor: Regents exams will be canceled, for now
Board of Regents Chancellor Betty Rosa said during a teleconference of the policymaking group that an announcement would be made Tuesday.
Villages join in on online streaming of public meetings
Towns and cities have streamed meetings for years but practice has increased with COVID-19 and governor's order suspending requirement that public be allowed to attend in person
Henry Schein Inc. execs take temporary pay cuts
The company, which distributes supplies to dentists, physicians and clinics, said it also was cutting payroll and decreasing spending to increase "financial flexibility."
LI singer eliminated as 'American Idol' narrows to Top 20
Bellport's Shannon Gibbons did not make it out of the top 40 on Sunday's show.
Long Island nostalgia is just a click away on Facebook
The yesteryears are preserved in dozens of groups that aim to reconnect people to their past and one another.
Newsday's All-Long Island cheerleading team 2020
Meet Newsday's All-Long Island cheerleading team for the 2019-2020 winter season.
Terms set for judges on the town code violations panel
Huntington is moving ahead with forming a panel of judges that will deal with code violation cases instead of district court.
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 entered unthinkable situations each day, facing the virus with no known treatment or vaccine with the same rigor and hope as ever before.
Love in the time of COVID-19
Huntington Town Hall sees a crush of marriages.