Frustration over lack of guidance for return of LI high school sports
LI sports administrators awaiting guidelines for the safe return of fall season after Gov. Cuomo says schools can open.
Storm damage: Who pays when a tree falls on your house?
Local insurance experts — including a broker, adjuster and attorney — offer tips on what to do about damage from the storm.
'Our competitor is the virus': Experts collaborate on COVID-19 vaccine
The collaborative effort against the coronavirus illustrates how health care should function after the pandemic, said speakers at the Northwell Health forum.
A return to normalcy, as hospitals see drop in COVID-19 deaths
The encouraging news on Long Island and the rest of the state is counter to COVID-19 statistics in other areas of the United States, but continuing that success depends on behavior.
Shark expert: Attacks in New York extremely rare
"Sharks are always there, whether you see them or don't see them," a researcher said.
Top LI gelateria opens 2nd LI location
Rainbow cookie is among its specialty flavors.
You can shop by private appointment at many LI retailers
Boutiques are offering the option to limit the number of in-store customers.
Officials hopeful that high school sports can take place
The coronavirus outbreak among the Miami Marlins combined with the lack of financial resources for testing high school athletes in many states reinforces the challenges facing administrators.
Whole Foods bringing 2 new stores to Long Island
A huge new "flagship" store is slated to open this year in Garden City, and a smaller one is planned for Massapequa in 2021.
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.