Services planned for LI man who died in D.R.
Vittorio Caruso, 56, died at a Santo Domingo hospital, said his brother, Frank Caruso.
Republicans knock NIFA for hiring labor lawyer
Legis. Richard Nicolello said the Nassau Interim Finance Authority has spent $125,000 on a lawyer despite stalled union contract talks.
Schumer: Hire second consultant to check radium levels
The Navy would hire a second consultant to check radium levels in Bethpage groundwater under an amendment being pushed by Sen. Schumer.
Newsday pressman, labor union leader dies
John LaSpina, a Newsday pressman for more than four decades and an outspoken labor union leader from Hicksville, died Friday from cancer. He was 76.
Papers: D'Amato awarded temporary custody of kids
A judge also ruled that his estranged wife, Katuria D'Amato, no longer needs supervision while parenting the couple's son and daughter.
Survey: Most parents believe vaping is addictive
A South Nassau Communities Hospital survey finds 58 percent of parents think vaping is as bad as alcohol and marijuana.
Papers: Accused cop searched Fisher case online
The officer, charged in a murder-for-hire plot, also complained to her boyfriend that he was spending too much attention and money on his daughter.
Tax return contribution to Alzheimer's research proposed
The bill would allow tax-deductible contributions on federal tax returns for Alzheimer's research and caregiver support.
House to hold hearing on tax deduction cap
The focus is on the impact of the new tax law which limited the deduction for state and local taxes.
MTA aims to hold train manufacturer accountable
The MTA calls on top leaders of Kawasaki Rail Car to appear before board members next month and answer questions about delays in manufacturing the LIRR's next fleet of train cars.