LI sushi bars struggle to adapt amid coronavirus
Has sitting at a sushi bar become a casualty of this uncertain spring?
New LIRR Carle Place bridge part of Third Track project
Crews constructed the new bridge adjacent to the existing, 78-year-old bridge over several weeks and replaced it over the weekend.
Savino 'Sal' Chimienti: A man of family and faith
The longtime MTA employee enjoyed classic movies and going to the racetrack, where he was a part owner of several horses with his son.
George, Josephine and Georgie Baltzer: 'They had so much love for each other'
Josephine and George Baltzer brought their son, George Jr., everywhere they went, from the grocery store to Europe.
Nicholas Bonsignore: A provider and performer who loved the stage
Dancers from his Hawaiian luau show later became the opening act for Bette Midler's "The Divine Miss M."
'Be at peace, mom': Grieving in the days of coronavirus
There wasn't the traditional service where the sisters would have huddled with loved ones and friends, but instead a video funeral. There were no relatives with black ribbons pinned on their clothes at the cemetery. There were only the two sisters, and their husbands.
Sushil Kumar: Numbers cruncher, joke teller
The native of India achieved the American dream by founding a firm, writing books and receiving numerous awards for his service as a certified public accountant.
Asenath Anderson: Dedicated to community, church
She served for almost 20 years on the Roslyn school board, helping to form a committee to hire more minority teachers to serve as role models, her family said.
Flower Hill trustees factor pandemic into spending cuts
The $3.5M spending plan for the fiscal year that begins in June includes a 2.5% salary increase for eligible employees and no layoffs or service cuts in the village.
Outrageous LI treats you can have delivered
Herewith, an updated guide to sugary goodness you won't even have to leave home for.