People without paychecks: April 1 rent bills loom
Many tenants who've lost their jobs to the virus shutdown are unable to pay, putting landlords in a financial crunch, too.
Police: Man set fire to home, then fought rescuers
Kevin Meyer, 31, allegedly kicked and punched firefighters who rescued him after he barricaded himself inside the home, police said.
LIU Post faculty asks college leaders to scrap layoffs
University faculty members sent a letter to the LIU president and the chairman of the board of trustees asking them to call off the layoffs and restore the wages of more than 100 staffers.
NY Labor Department: Unemployment calls surge by 16,000 percent
The department received more than 8 million phone calls last week from New Yorkers looking to file unemployment claims amid the coronavirus crisis, compared to a typical week's 50,000.
Newsday's All-Long Island boys basketball team 2020
Meet Newsday's All-Long Island boys basketball first team for the 2019-20 winter season.
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.
College plans on hold for some Long Island juniors
Some high school juniors said their plans for college have been threatened with the cancellation of SAT and ACT exams through May.
Andrew M. Cuomo, right now, is a hot commodity
His handling of the coronavirus outbreak is creating a political paradigm shift. But why?
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.