Installation of signal system causes delays in LIRR service
A union official blames the railroad for outsourcing work to unqualified contractors, resulting in the service disruptions. The LIRR said normal train service would return Wednesday morning.
Some districts opting for remote days over snow days
Amid a pandemic and piles of snow, more than a dozen Long Island school districts have chosen to provide remote online lessons for students during winter storms, rather than shutting down for a day or two.
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Virus positives below 4% as NY reaches COVID-19 one-year mark
One year after New York found its first COVID-19 case, the level of new infections is on the decline while a vaccination effort continues. The statewide seven-day average was 3.08%, while daily positivity was 3.58% from Sunday test results.
Building up the community: Black leaders work for racial, economic equality
In this, the second of a two-part series, Newsday continues to highlight the efforts of Black leaders making a difference on Long Island.
Counties add fair housing staff, but no testing program
Newsday's "Long Island Divided" housing investigation found evidence of unequal treatment of racial minorities in the housing market.
The ultimate guide to LI winter dining: Pop-up experiences, igloos, more
Temperatures might be going down, but Long Island's restaurants are just starting to heat up.LI eateries offering Valentine's Day takeout, dine-in specials
Get a table for two or a creative meal to-go at these spots turning out special meals for the holiday weekend.15 LI spots for a fun outdoor dining experience
Fans of al fresco dining can stretch the season this year by having a meal in a unique and fun setting.
Transition to high school more troublesome because of COVID-19
That first year of high school on Long Island is a rite of passage into a wider world of more mature experiences, but the coronavirus pandemic has rewritten the script.
Long Island Rail Road eliminates grade crossing in Mineola
The railroad's project officials said the closing will increase safety, but also requires motorists to find other ways to get across the Main Street tracks.
Way to Go! Student teaches crafts to children in shelters
"I like to do arts and crafts, and I thought the kids would really like it," said Caroline Faber.
Remembering when 'Super Soul 16' WWRL ruled the radio world
"The Big RL" was the pinnacle of performance for Black radio personalities in the United States and became a model for the best of what Black radio could be.
Nassau School Notebook: HHH team wins 'We the People'
"I'm always amazed at how hard they're willing to work, but to do it in this setting, in some ways, was the most satisfying," said the team's coach David Pitman