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.
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.
Golf caddies score big with $120G scholarships
Three graduating seniors parlay their time on the golf course into full-ride scholarships at Notre Dame, Northwestern University and Ohio State as Evans Scholars.
LI's Nieto goes from hurdling at Olympics to singing on 'AGT'
Nieto, a Uniondale graduate, competed at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics and will be featured on "America's Got Talent."
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.
On Freeport's Nautical Mile, anything but business as usual
As seasonal restaurants opened their doors for the first time since mid-March, the mayor said village police would patrol the strip to enforce social distancing and distribute masks.
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.
Cops: Woman, 26, killed in tubing accident
The woman was killed when the inner tube she was riding behind a powerboat crashed into a bulkhead in Parsonage Cove in Oceanside, police said.
Malcolm 'Jim' Fellman: Hofstra administrator helped bring Jets there
Fellman wasn't a stuffed-shirt administrator. He was an incorrigible merryman, friends and family said.