SCWA: Proposed car storage yard could harm wells
Residents and officials say a proposed automobile storage yard could threaten groundwater supplies in nearby neighborhoods.
What are LI's top public companies?
Long Island's top 50 publicly traded companies collectively made $36.6 billion in sales in 2018.
Water main break in East Meadow
Crews are expected to work on the stretch of North Jerusalem Road through the day, according to the Hempstead Town supervisor's office.
Amityville OKs contracts with union workers
DPW and clerical employees will get raises, an increase in longevity payments and paid leave for cancer screenings.
Parent group seeks to address overcrowding in school district
A co-founder said the group has 500 members and seeks to build community awareness, foster togetherness.
Forecast: Coastal storm churns up surf, minor flooding
A coastal flood advisory for the South Shore expired at 4 p.m., the weather service said.
Cops: Holbrook man seriously injured after falling off ATV
The man was not wearing a helmet as he drove a Yamaha ATV near his home when he lost control of the vehicle and fell off, police said.
Keith Bush files lawsuit over wrongful conviction
In May, a judge vacated Bush's conviction. He had served 33 years in prison.
LI college students surrender smartphones for a week
Being unplugged affected everything from driving to making plans to waking up in the morning.
New indoor adventure park opens on LI
The venue offers virtual reality, zip lines and trampolines.
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How 3 couples make their money last in retirement
Statistics on retirement savings can be sobering, but some people learn how to make the most of their later years.
Study: Worker shortage looms as LI birth rate drops
The decline means encouraging more reverse commuters to travel from New York City to LI jobs will be critical to filling hiring needs, the study says.
LI millennials, parents drowning in college debt
Many LI millennials with high student loan debt are walking a financial tightrope, forcing them to put off buying a home, a car and even getting married and having kids, experts said.
High cost of child care squeezing Long Island parents
Providers say they're caught in a financial squeeze too, as the rising minimum wage pushes their operating expenses up.
Cops: Home aide forged Merrick woman's checks, stole $43,000
The Queens woman forged 56 checks between December and June and when confronted by the victim returned some of the stolen money -- but refused to return all of it, police said.
LI to get its own 10-mile version of High Line
The North Shore Rail Trail is scheduled to be completed by 2021.
Schaffer: Spota boosted Burke's bid for chief job
Richard Schaffer, also Babylon Town supervisor and Spota's longtime friend, took the witness stand Monday morning.