Rice: Food stamp recipients at risk in shutdown
Funding for the Emergency Food Assistance Program, which provides supplies to local food banks and soup kitchens, also will expire at the end of next month.
Dueling narratives dominate Manganos' retrial opener
"This is a case about bribery and corruption, not about gifts and friendship," Assistant U.S. Attorney Gatz said during opening remarks.
LIRR: On or close after delays on 3 branches
The Long Island Rail Road’s Port Jefferson, Oyster Bay and Ronkonkoma branches were on or ...
LIA: Shutdown costing LI millions weekly
As federal workers who are going unpaid have curtailed their discretionary spending, small businesses across the Island are feeling the pinch, the Long Island Association says.
Town councilwoman diagnosed with breast cancer
Sweeney underwent successful surgery and said continued treatment would not stop her from serving on the board or running for re-election.
Forecast: More cold before temperatures rise
Winds may be diminishing somewhat and temperatures starting a bit of a climb, but Tuesday ...
Officials revise proposed ban on leaf blowers
A committee working on the proposal included landscapers who felt switching to battery powered-devices would be costly.
How religion, spirituality sustain older LIers
"...There was a time I wasn’t as close to God, but became closer during the tough times.”
For LIers, finding relief from bitter cold is no snap
Whether going to a warming center or piling on the winter clothes, single-digit temperatures posed a challenge for those who ventured out.
Manganos' retrial: Meet key players, see charges
The former Nassau supervisor and his wife are being retried in the same courtroom before the same judge, on the same charges that federal prosecutors originally brought against them.