A group of Long Island divers appears to have discovered the remains of the Adriatic 30 miles south of Montauk Point — 156 years after the 181-foot sailing vessel was sent to bottom of the Atlantic.
Trump advisers predict economy will bounce back in third quarter
Checks to individuals expected to be deposited within three weeks, and loans to small businesses will be available this week, officials said.
Patchogue hires consultant to aid in finding downtown parking
Officials say the firm will map out space in the village that could be converted into parking spots, including an employees-only lot.
Fatal opioid overdoses fall in Suffolk for second year in a row, stats show
The office of the Suffolk medical examiner estimated that 313 people died as a result of opioid overdoses last year, a 17.6% drop from the 380 deaths in 2018.
Montauk fishermen gave away more than 1,000 pounds of freshly caught fish to seniors and families in need.
Special report: How LI athletes are coping with season in limbo
A Newsday special report on how Long Island's high school athletes are dealing with the uncertainty of the spring season and how it's affecting some in the college recruiting or pursuit of notable records and national prominence in their sport.
Grocery stores install barriers to protect cashiers and customers
Stew Leonard's, King Kullen, Stop & Shop and Lidl are among the grocery chains installing Plexiglas barriers to try to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Newsday's coronavirus editorials and commentary
We have created this reference page to provide our readers an array of opinions and views on the outbreak.
Podcast: Life Under Coronavirus
Listen to upbeat stories about how Long Islanders are getting by — and helping each other — during the coronavirus pandemic.
Too much at stake in Census
An accurate count is vital to our state.