The curtain has come down for BroadHollow Theatre
BroadHollow Theatre, which began in 1976, is closing for good as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Man accused of deliberately releasing horse that died at Belmont
A former racetrack employee had been seen deliberately releasing the two-year-old horse, who fell and suffered "fatal injuries," police said.
Top LI gelateria opens 2nd LI location
Rainbow cookie is among its specialty flavors.
LI father of 3 at center of deportation battle
Sukhdev Singh was home caring for his daughter when immigration agents detained him, his wife said. Government attorneys maintain that his detention is lawful and that his removal from the United States is imminent.
New workplace hurdle: screening at the door
Entryways to businesses — from construction sites to home health care providers — no longer require just the swipe of an ID card.
Islanders' new home to be called UBS Arena
UBS, a global bank headquartered in Switzerland, has a long-term agreement for the naming rights at Belmont Park, officials announced.
Nurses call for reopening of Syosset psychiatric unit
The 20-bed unit was temporarily closed by Northwell Health in order to create additional medical and surgical bed capacity at the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak in the region.
MTA ends incentive pay program for Third Track project
Contractor 3TC had been awarded nearly $1 million in 15 months based on reviews from residents along the Main Line project, but the pandemic has worsened the MTA's budget woes.
Father of 10 remembered as a 'workhorse' and 'role model'
After his first wife died, Frank Rodgers married a widower who, like him, also had five children.
Mexican-Italian cantina opens in Floral Park
The menu features chicken Parm tacos, pizza quesadillas and more.