Sources: Belmont Park's operator expresses interest in running Coliseum
Oak View Group is willing to run the Coliseum either on a short-term or long-term basis to help Nassau as it determines the future of the arena, sources said.
LI chef competes on Food Network show
He won a previous competition, and was invited back to compete in a tournament of champions.
LI sushi bars struggle to adapt amid coronavirus
Has sitting at a sushi bar become a casualty of this uncertain spring?
Law enforcement supporters show appreciation for police
In Nassau, a campaign encourages tying blue ribbons around poles, trees, windows and doors; in Suffolk, a crowd waved Thin Blue Line and American flags.
'It's like a family': Northwell opens center for transgender patients
The 3,000-square-foot office opened this month in New Hyde Park to coincide with Pride Month, giving the existing program a physical home for transgender care needs.
They survived coronavirus. Now they're getting help fighting anxiety, depression.
Battling the coronavirus and the isolation brought by the pandemic has left many exhausted and stressed. Mental health experts work to help them recognize and address symptoms.
Dramatic spike in fireworks complaints in Nassau
There has been more than a 400% increase in complaints of illegal fireworks being set off over the same period last year, County Executive Laura Curran said.
Doctors created treatments from ground up for COVID-19 patients
Doctors said they improved their use of ventilators, learned the value of masks, found new medicinal therapies and better addressed the virus' propensity to create blood clots.
Hempstead Village suspends employee over Facebook post
The posted video featured water cannons violently knocking protesters to the ground and a caption that read: "This is how we should deal with rioters."
Curran: Roosevelt statue to remain 'right where it is'
Curran made the statement a day after the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan said it would remove a sculpture of Roosevelt.