Prosecutors: Man mutilated kittens before throwing them in the garbage
Nassau prosecutors said Justin Visconti, 38, could go to prison for up to two years if found guilty of the top count against him.
Police: Motorcyclist killed in Garden City Park crash
Police said the 32-year-old man from Elmont was ejected from the motorcycle and suffered "multiple trauma injuries."
Oakdale center could be model for fall reopenings
The program at Premm Learning Center, serving 44 students, is giving students, staff, parents and educators a peek at what the fall session could look like in Long Island schools.
Louis J. Siciliano: Army veteran loved listening to the crooners
Although he sometimes worked multiple jobs, he always made time to enjoy Sunday dinners, baseball games and vacations with his family.
Bella Hadid dines at LI pizzeria
The supermodel and her friends stopped by Joanne's Gourmet Pizza in Roslyn for four slices and a pepperoni personal pizza.
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.
To file bankruptcy or not? See what works best for you
If you face significant financial distress and have exhausted options to manage your debt, bankruptcy may be advised, an attorney says.
COVID-19 changing study of medicine on Long Island
From studying in "pods" of 20 to 25 to curriculum changes that will include students assisting in COVID-19 research, medical schools are making key adjustments as tomorrow's doctors study a pandemic "happening in real time."
Iconic LI ice cream shop's closing on hold — for now
The building's new buyer backed out hours after the shop announced on Facebook that it would be closing.
Retired transit cop from Westbury dies at 77 of coronavirus
A football standout at Carle Place High School, he raised children and grandchildren in the same Westbury home where he grew up.