The program at Premm Learning Center, serving 44 students, is giving students, staff, parents and educators a peek at what the fall session could look like in Long Island schools. Read more
LI forecast: Workweek to start with heat, humidity
The uncomfortable weather will come after shark sightings Sunday prompted closures on some Long Island beaches.
Woman seriously injured in Kings Park crash
Dawn La Rose, 59, was a passenger in a Ford Mustang that rolled over several times and struck a utility pole, police said.
She spent her summers at this snack bar. Now she owns it.
Jennie Werts opened a pop-up snack bar at a spot where her family has played mini-golf since she was a child.
Marvel opens 2nd LI location, on Long Beach boardwalk
You can eat your ice cream with an ocean view.
Police: 4 hospitalized with carbon monoxide poisoning
Police said a generator was responsible for the high levels of carbon monoxide in the home.
Canon U.S.A. hit by ransomware attack
The Melville company said it has begun an investigation of the attack, which left its website inoperable on Friday.
Despite reopenings, LIers have mixed feelings about going back to movies, gyms
They are concerned about health and safety as industry analysts say fitness centers are at a tipping point and the film business cannot survive on streaming alone amid the pandemic.
One district provided equipment to every student. Another handed out paper packets.
When LI schools shut down due to the coronavirus, access to technology and delivery of instruction varied widely.
Brookhaven lab and Grumman have plumes. One is shrinking. The other is still expanding.
A plume near Brookhaven lab is shrinking and the contamination is on track to be virtually eliminated. The 250,000 people living near the Grumman plume hope for the same.
Vacancies rise among Suffolk police 911 operators
Recent resignations by trainees have boosted vacancies among entry-level 911 dispatchers, county police said.
State extends time for proposals for public takeover of NY American Water
Municipalities and authorities have until Oct. 15 to submit plans for a possible public takeover of all or part of the New York American Water.
What went wrong with PSEG's storm response
As the utility struggled to restore power, its communication system broke down. But it wasn't just the inability to field calls early in the crisis that has drawn criticism.
Trump visits Long Island to attend 2 fundraisers
The president made his first stop at an unidentified supporter's waterfront home in Southampton, then arrived at the Water Mill home of his son Donald Trump Jr.
PSEG LI: 30,000 customers remain without power
Some residents reported errors on the utility's online outage map and said PSEG mistakenly marked them as reconnected when they were still in the dark.