Possible first step toward securing Coliseum tenant
A vote Wednesday on whether to transfer tax benefits from billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov's company to a new leaseholder could pave the way for reopening of the arena.
How 2 LI cocktail bars are adjusting after coronavirus shutdowns
One bar's already reopened, while the other is still renovating.
Virus protections may be cutting down on colds, health experts say
Social-distancing, mask-wearing and other measures aimed at preventing transmission of COVID-19 may be leading to fewer cases of the flu, the common cold and other contagious illnesses.
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.
Ex-NFL player 'was just a teddy bear with a soft heart'
Harvey Palmore, a former NFL player who became the Roosevelt school district's athletic director, died at 75. "He was adamant about pursuing your education and excellence," his daughter said.
Weidman gets big win over Akhmedov at UFC Fight Night
It is the first win for Weidman since he submitted Kelvin Gastelum at UFC Long Island in July 2017, which until Saturday night was his lone win in his previous six fights.
Oakdale center could be model for fall reopenings
The program at Premm Learning Center, serving 44 students, is giving students, staff, parents and educators a peek at what the fall session could look like in Long Island schools.
Dream finally, actually coming true for Jets' Greg Van Roten
Chaminade alum Van Roten grew up on Long Island as a Jets fan.
LI's Weidman knows he needs a win at UFC Fight Night
Once 13-0 and on top of the world as reigning UFC middleweight champion, Weidman now is 14-5 and unranked.
Small businesses reeling from pandemic now coping with power outage
Local business owners say outages of power, telephone and internet service have stalled daily commerce.