Sea turtle strandings doubled in New York last year
Warming waters and sudden cold snaps are sending deadly mixed signals to the thousands of sea turtles that travel to ...
Sea turtle strandings doubled in NY last year
But the survival rate is increasing as a nonprofit activates an army of beach-patrolling volunteers to scour for cold-stunned turtles.
Arsenic in soil adds delay to opening of child center
Sag Harbor school board was informed eight months after contamination was found at the overdue project's construction site.
Offshore wind farms could bring windfall to LI firms
LI companies and unions hope to cash in on more than $1.2 billion in spending that wind farms will bring.
State regulators consider restricting horseshoe crab harvest
Researchers, regulators describe the crab population as "poor" to dire; some fishermen who use them for bait say they remain plentiful.
Massapequa Water moves to absorb American Water customers
The district wants to split away the East Massapequa territory currently served by New York American Water before its sale to a Canadian conglomerate.
A stream runs through it: Motts Creek twists and turns in Nassau
Crisscrossing Long Island, flowing to ocean and Sound, such ancient bodies of water have been modified, straightened and, in many cases, submerged for long distances.
Motts Creek cuts a stealthy path through Nassau County
Motts Creek is one of dozens of streams and creeks that wind their way through Nassau and Suffolk and are considered "hidden waters." ...
What Long Islanders can expect in 2020
We've looked into our crystal ball -- also known as our beat notes, calendars and past coverage -- to show you what Long Islanders can expect in the new year.
Nassau aims to be 'climate smart' community
Nassau County officials said Tuesday they are joining a statewide program aimed at helping local governments adapt to climate change.