Tax breaks for proposed Long Beach condos get initial approval
Developers are seeking up to $52 million in savings to build two condo buildings and an apartment complex overlooking the beach.
Glen Cove churches to gather, virtually, for Easter service
The service will be brought to parishioners Sunday on Facebook Live, as social distancing during the pandemic bars them from congregating in person.
Judge denies Ambrosino's request for home confinement, court papers say
Former Hempstead Town Councilman Edward Ambrosino had requested to serve a sentence for tax evasion at home to avoid contracting coronavirus.
Police: Woman claiming to have COVID-19 spit at cops
The woman also kicked one officer in the face, splitting his lip, police said.
Some bought weeks' worth of products, leaving others facing empty supermarket shelves and going from store to store to find what they need.
LI Class of 2020 college commitments
See where Long Island's seniors this year will play next year in college.
Lucky rabbit’s (six) feet: LI kids still enjoy Easter
Jennie Reilly heard some children thought the Easter bunny had gotten the coronavirus and would be unable to deliver treats this year.
For us, fighting virus is the right call to action
As two LI graduating doctors, we want to help our fellow health care workers and uphold our oath.
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.
Dobie: Don't let the music fade away
In times of trouble, people turn to music. Which makes the loss of so many musicians during the coronavirus pandemic especially tragic.