Long Beach swimmer dies after being pulled from water, official says
Two other swimmers were rescued from the ocean and suffered minor injuries, the acting police commissioner said.
Cover your face: What to know about wearing a mask to stop COVID-19
Newsday interviewed two Long Island doctors about their tips, concerns and key recommendations when it comes to mask wearing to prevent exposure to the coronavirus.
County to consider $52M in tax breaks for Long Beach development
Developers are proposing to build more than 400 condo and apartment units on property that faces the city boardwalk.
'Black Panther,' 'Mean Girls' among screenings at drive-in Tribeca film fest on LI
The Tribeca Film Festival is hitting the road with pop-up drive-in theaters around the country, including at Nickerson Beach Park in Lido Beach.
Latino advocates: COVID-19 stats don't include immigrants who avoid tests, die at home
They worry immigrants are dying at home, fearful of getting deported or losing their jobs if they are tested and hospitalized, which results in inaccurate local and state numbers.
Ex-correction officer sentenced for murdering girlfriend's mother
The sentencing of Ralph Keppler, of Lynbrook, followed his guilty plea last year to murder and other charges in the killing of Theresa Kiel, a schoolteacher.
Drainage work, boardwalk upgrades planned in Long Beach
More than $48 million will be spent this year on improvements, including new bathrooms near the boardwalk and flood mitigation projects.
For LI's Villante, Saturday will be a night of firsts
It's the Levittown product's first fight since the pandemic began, his first UFC fight at heavyweight and the first fight since he became a father.
Long Beach volleyball icon Gibson steps down as coach
He decides to move on after 28 years, more than 400 wins and five Nassau championships.
Long Beach passes $94M budget with 3.68% tax hike
The residential tax increase equates to an additional $142 for the average household, Long Beach officials say.