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.
Beatles, Allman tribute bands set for LI drive-in series
Penny Lane and the Allmost Brothers Band will perform in August at a new drive-in concert series at East Hills' Sid Jacobson JCC.
LI's Joe Satriani and son collaborate on new music video
The song features guest performances by Lisa Coleman from Prince's former backing band The Revolution on piano and actor-musician Christopher Guest of Spinal Tap on mandolin.
Potential bidders eye American Water's Nassau turf
Massapequa, Hempstead and North Shore explore potential bids for parts of the system.
Artificial intelligence, loyalty card companies draw venture capital funding
Although the pandemic cut venture capital to a trickle, capital flowed to artificial intelligence, loyalty card companies in the second quarter, according to data provider Crunchbase.
Officials: Ex-doctor pleads guilty to illegally prescribing pain pills
Tameshwar Ammar, 52, admitted conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 20,000 oxycodone tablets between 2013 and 2019.
Spectronics to move to Melville with IDA tax breaks
Suffolk County's industrial development agency is offering $940,600 in tax breaks over 15 years to keep Spectronics on Long Island.
Retired teacher from Westbury dies at 80 of coronavirus, family says
Pollard, from a family of teachers, was a respected educator for 30 years, mostly at PS 181 in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
LI crowdfunding startup aims to help first responders
Fund the First founders said the site will help police, firefighters, EMTs and their families while making sure donors know where the funds are going.
Fairway closes store in Plainview after almost 20 years
The store at 50 Manetto Hill Rd. has closed after nearly 20 years. The closing affected 95 employees, according to Fairway's filing with the New York State Department of Labor.