Four more Long Island schools were closed due to COVID-19
The closures in Cold Spring Harbor, Malverne, East Rockaway and Copiague follow similar preventive measures in other Long Island districts, even as the percent positive of cases remained low in the region and state.
IDA OKs tax breaks for new Nassau movie studio
The owner of Grumman Studios in Bethpage plans to build a second facility at the former Publishers Clearing House headquarters in Port Washingon North.
More Long Island schools report COVID-19 cases; NY infections remain low
Schools in the Farmingdale, Longwood and Port Jefferson districts were among recent closures after students tested positive for COVID-19, while Adelphi University quarantined students.
200-hole, 13-hour golf marathon benefits worthy cause
Members of the Village Club of Sands Point pledged money for each hole the 23-year-old teaching pro from Huntington completed for the Babes Against Cancer committee.
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Schools close in two Nassau districts, as more COVID-19 cases emerge
Five schools shut down in Port Washington and Oyster Bay-East Norwich, following new COVID-19 cases. Six states and one territory were removed from New York's quarantine list, and nursing home visiting rules were relaxed by the state.
State suspends license of Manhasset eatery for COVID-19 violations
The bar inside was lined with patrons who were neither wearing masks nor maintaining social distance, says a New York State Liquor Authority spokesman.
14 amazing LI raw bars you need to visit now
Oysters, clams, shrimp, lobster cocktail — they all come into their own during the fall.
COVID-19 cases shut two Port Washington schools
Officials haven't specified when the schools will reopen. Schools in Seaford, Syosset, South Huntington, Ward Melville and West Babylon have also reported cases.
Great Neck's Squire Cinemas permanently closed due to pandemic
The theater, which opened in 1935, leaves Long Island with one less independent movie house.