Schools get bump in aid, but budget not guaranteed
New York allotted $3.31 billion in aid for the 2020-21 school term to the Island's 120-plus districts under a budget approved Friday.
Bail, once Albany's top issue, gets tweaked in budget deal
State lawmakers added more than 20 crimes to the list of those considered "bail eligible."
Cops: Burglary suspect who prompted chase that injured officer arrested
Alfred Cowell, 40, was spotted by Suffolk deputy sheriffs conducting an unrelated narcotics investigation, said the sheriff's office.
Man killed in fall from garbage truck was longtime village horticulturist
Jonathan Kehoe, Lindenhurst Village's horticulturist, had volunteered to assist sanitation crews during the coronavirus pandemic, officials said.
Newsday's All-Long Island gymnastics team 2020
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Hundreds of LI dogs find homes: 'It's like nothing we've ever experienced'
Shelters are seeing increased interest in adoptions while families are working from home.
Grocers, pizza chains hiring thousands on LI
Stop & Shop, Walmart, CVS, Dominos need more workers to help stock shelves, staff warehouses and handle deliveries.
Marshall: Northwell gets creative in adding more beds
Northwell Health is working to add beds to its system, increasing capacity by 60% — going beyond the state's mandate of 50%.
Northwell CEO, registered nurse share stories from the front lines
Health care workers and other essential employees battling the coronavirus pandemic on Long Island share their experiences in their own words.
Data: See hospital beds available on LI
A Newsday analysis of NYS Health Department data shows that Long Island had some 7,250 hospital beds before the coronavirus pandemic.