Service on three branches had been suspended in both directions.
Levittown woman files lawsuit alleging police brutality
Nassau detectives beat up the woman, searched her home without a warrant and falsely arrested her last year, according to a $5 million lawsuit.
Sources: Isles expected to play next season at Coliseum
Sources tell The Point that Gov. Cuomo is expected to head to the Nassau Coliseum on Saturday to make the announcement.
Live updates from the state wrestling championships
Keep up with the state wrestling tournament as Newsday reporters provide updates, videos and more throughout the weekend.
What's your climate hope for 2020?
This decade is a critical time for the gathering climate crisis.
Former Freeport man convicted of murder at his retrial
Jurors found John Pierotti guilty in the 1998 slayings of Baldwin carpenters Willis Frost and Gerard Kennedy Jr. — killings for which he'd previously been serving life in prison.
Influential mortgage broker who made '50 Who Run Long Island' list in '70s dies
Stanley Greenstein raised a family on Long Island while also lobbying Albany and leading the Long Island Builders Institute, the New York State Builders Association and other organizations.
Forecast: Winds ease but breezy conditions persist
The sustained winds of between 20 and 30 mph were marked by much higher gusts earlier Thursday, with easterly Long Island seeing the more powerful winds
LI charter school to open vocational high school
Academy Charter School plans to invest $2 million in the Uniondale school, which will initially offer training in culinary arts, technology and health care careers.
Long Beach council votes to hire interim city manager
In a 4-0 vote, the Long Beach City Council approved the hiring of Donna Gayden as city manager on an interim basis at a special meeting Thursday night.
LI accounting firm submitted false NY tax returns, DA says
If convicted of the top count, Kenneth Erdheim CPA PC will have to pay $32,667 in fines, a news release said.