New Chinese takeout spot opens in Massapequa
It offers a menu full of Chinese standards — wonton soup, spare ribs, egg foo young, sesame chicken, etc. — and also a "pastrami egg roll."
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.
Top LI sushi restaurant closes in Massapequa
It was one of the first restaurants on LI to offer fish that came directly from Tokyo's Tsukiji market.
New bakery opens in North Bellmore
Among the specialties are "bird's milk cake," made with thin, toasty layers and Belgian-chocolate glaze.
Transgender rights, health care inequality focus of LI protests
Protesters in Massapequa asked state lawmakers to repeal a loitering law they say targets transgender people. In Bay Shore, demonstrators rallied against inequalities in health care.
New upscale seafood shack opens in Seaford
The spot features an outdoor deck on the Seaford canal.
Cops: Arrest made in stolen ashes burglary
The victim, 82, said someone stole jewelry, a pocketbook, credit cards, her Social Security card, cash — and a gold-colored box that contained her late husband's ashes.
Massapequa's Bianco earns top track and field award
The record-setting pole vaulter and decathlete was presented the Special Achievement Award by the Nassau Boys Track & Field and Cross Country Officials Association.
William Taddonio: Longtime DJ was the life of the party
Charismatic entertainer was known for his Elvis impersonation, which he would do at parties to the delight of everyone in the room.
Bellmore JFK volleyball coach Ringel is retiring
In 12 seasons at the helm, the Cougars have won nine Nassau titles, four Long Island crowns and a pair of state championships.