Albany has a budget deal, but virus' impact unclear
Lawmakers caution constituents to view the numbers as written in pencil, not ink.
On East End, ASAP delivers to seniors in a hurry
More than 900 residents have signed up for the service in Southampton, getting plungers, groceries, toilet paper and more from town workers-turned-couriers.
Demand at LI food pantries up as volunteers, supplies down
Dozens of Long Island food pantries and soup kitchens have closed and many others have changed the way they deliver food just as an economic downturn caused by the coronavirus is driving up unemployment.
LIers talk pre-coronavirus Friday nights at Cirella's in Melville
The devotion that some Long Islanders develop for their favorite restaurants often goes beyond food.
A virtual wedding, parties: How LI families are staying connected
Extreme lengths Long Island families are taking to stay connected.
Living with COVID-19: Long Islanders share their stories
Long Islanders tell stories of their fears, and hopes of getting better, after testing positive for the coronavirus.
Popular taco spot closes due to overwhelming takeout crowds
Patrons were lining up 30 to 40 deep to pick up orders.
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.