Jake's 58 in limbo on when casino, hotel can reopen
Owners of the Islandia gambling facility said safety measures are in place, but they have not received word from the state on when they can resume operations.
Forecast: Sunny and cooler today on LI
Highs today will be in the upper 70s but rain is expected tomorrow and potentially hazardous heat and humidity start Saturday, the National Weather Service said.
Long Island senior citizens debunk myths of aging
Their unquenchable desire for living an active life and doing everything from testing apps to climbing glaciers and marching in protests debunk the demographic's negative image.
Bill Mantell: Pharmacist went above and beyond
"Even though we were scared and he was scared, he kept going to work because he cared about his customers and his employees," said his daughter.
How will the end of extra unemployment benefits impact you?
The extra $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits provided during the pandemic is set to end July 26, and it’s uncertain whether Congress will extend the program.
Huntington to show summer drive-in movies at mall, beach
Residents can still go to the town's free movie nights, but they'll just have to stay in their cars during the shows.
The pandemic paused his business. So he started a mobile barbershop.
Mobile barber Get Chopped is delivering haircuts throughout Suffolk County.
Curran, GOP lawmakers split over debt refinancing
It would save millions of dollars, but some fear it also would lengthen NIFA control.
Suozzi introduces bill to lower EIDL interest rate
The rate on the Economic Injury Disaster Loans would drop to 1% under the legislation, making them much more attractive to small firms struggling to survive, he said.
MTA overtime drop mostly from weather, virus
Despite an MTA-wide effort to rein in overtime costs, those expenses grew at MTA Bridges and Tunnels, Metro-North Railroad, and the MTA Bus Co.
Riverhead takes $4.8M step toward town square project
Officials agree in principle to purchase a pair of buildings on East Main Street that will be used to connect Main Street to the riverfront along the Peconic River.
Bay Shore district lays off teachers to prepare for 'worst-case scenario'
Bay Shore schools laid off dozens teachers after the district and teachers' association governing board failed to reach an agreement on deferring salary increases.
Trump: Fair housing rules having 'devastating' impact on suburbs
Requirements that communities track patterns of poverty and segregation are having a "devastating impact" on "once thriving Suburban areas," Trump tweeted.
Feds: A brutal killer, he led MS-13's LI resurgence
Court documents describe the 25-year-old as in command of the Brentwood-based "Sailors" clique of MS-13 as it grew on Long Island.
Trump, Barr: Feds to seek death penalty in killing of 2 Brentwood teens
As part of a nationwide attack on the MS-13 gang, President Trump and U.S. Attorney General William Barr announced they intend to seek the death penalty for an alleged local gang leader in the 2016 Brentwood killings, and five other killings on LI.
Singas: Federal MS-13 crackdown rooted on Long Island
The Nassau district attorney credits her deputy chief and Nassau detectives for conducting a yearslong investigation into the street gang.