Italian grocer moves, expands offerings
Family-owned Seven Brothers Gourmet, which specializes in Italian groceries and prepared foods, has relocated to a larger space in Oceanside.
Cops: Man exposed himself to girl, 9, and attacked her sister
Police said the man lunged at the second girl, also 9, grabbing her shoulders and attempting to pull down her pants Monday evening in Merrick.
Huntington to upgrade parks, make beaches more accessible
The town is earmarking $700,000 to replace playgrounds and to purchase equipment that will allow people using wheelchairs to get closer to the water.
Police: Pedestrian hurt in Brentwood crash
The 27-year-old Brentwood man was taken to Southside Hospital in Bay Shore in critical condition, police said.
Antonio Ventre: Tailor for the Nassau County police
'Everybody loved Tony,' says his wife, Anna Maria Ventre. '"Tony the Tailor," they called him. He loved his job and everybody loved him.'
Forecast: Advisory issued as heat wave continues
Hot and humid conditions are expected to continue today, and the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for Nassau County through 8 p.m.
Terry Giudici: Business owner who watched over his family
Born in Huntington, he grew his family electrical business while staying involved in a wide range of community activities.
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.
New Curran anti-deficit plan avoids NIFA borrowing
The Nassau County executive said her new financial plan avoids more borrowing through the county's fiscal control board.
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.
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.
The Rallye Collision Center carried out "a pervasive deception scheme," said Carle Place attorney Jeffrey Brown, who filed the lawsuit. Read more
Cuomo threatens to revoke PSEG operating license
An ongoing investigation by the state Public Service Commission could lead to fines, restitution or worse for the utilities, he said.
Police dog finds missing woman in Selden woods
"Within 10 minutes Maverick pulled me over," Officer Thomas Teufel said. "He smelled her and we found her laying on the ground in the woods. She said she was laying there all night.