Glen Cove's $63.9M budget includes job cuts
Mayor Timothy Tenke acknowledges the hardship posed by the loss of eight city jobs but says: "If we could have avoided the layoffs we certainly would have."
Matinecock home with private horse farm asks $2.5M
Across the street from the Planting Fields Arboretum on Chicken Valley Road, the four-bedroom, 3½-bathroom ranch and an adjacent private horse barn sit on five acres.
London Jewelers to keep HQ on LI with tax breaks
The family-owned seller of fine jewelry and watches will consolidate in Glen Head the multiple offices it now has in Glen Cove.
More free meals served as LI districts adjust to takeout, eating in classrooms
School systems across LI are offering free meals to more children this school year, after a federal program that provides breakfast and lunch was extended and offered to all districts — and all students.
State focusing on COVID-19 'micro-clusters'; LIU potential cases grow
Other states, Gov. Cuomo said, have been decreasing the number of tests, so their total cases may not reflect the seriousness of their outbreaks. New York is seeking to identify "micro-clusters" or "hot spots."
LIU professors feeling 'expendable' in COVID-19 era
Long Island University's reopening plan was approved by the state Health Department, according to administration officials, but the plan was still concerning to professors with health risks, advanced age or vulnerable family members, faculty members said.
Nassau School Notebook: Youth Group of the Year named
This is the fifth consecutive year the honor has gone to a junior fire department on Long Island.
FDNY firefighters from LI to be honored on memorial wall
Four FDNY firefighters from Long Island who died as the result of 9/11-related illness are among 21 names being added to the New York State Fallen Firefighters Memorial Wall, Gov. Cuomo said.
Two HBO Max projects filming at LI farm
An upcoming Stephen King series and the limited series "The Flight Attendant," starring Kaley Cuoco, have each shot scenes at Youngs Farm in Old Brookville.
NY: Long Island areas among 'hot spots' for coronavirus cases
Several Long Island neighborhoods were cited among affected areas. New York City is deploying 1,000 city personnel to enforce the state mask mandate and issue fines.