Fallen LI Marine's dad: Russian bounty reports 'reopen a wound'
Erik Hendriks of Locust Valley is demanding an investigation into his son's death amid reports that he may have been killed in exchange for cash from the Kremlin.
Private schools seek flexibility from state mandates to return to the classrooms
"With smaller numbers of students, we can open without as much worry over social distancing," the head of one such school said.
LI restaurants hosting drive-in movie nights
This is the newest twist on dinner and a movie.
Oyster Bay eatery opens drive-thru with spiked slushies
They aren't meant to be sipped until you're safely back at home.
Outrageous LI treats you can have delivered
Herewith, an updated guide to sugary goodness you won't even have to leave home for.
Anthony Causi: Beloved sports photographer captured countless stories
'Anthony was kind,' said one longtime friend. 'It's one thing in life to be nice. It's easy to be nice. It's difficult to be kind. He was generous in a way like no one I've ever seen.'
Salute to the champs: LI's 8 state wrestling champions
Eight Long Islanders, four in Division I and four in Division II, brought home state wrestling titles in 2020.
COVID-19 kills 3, sickens dozens of others at Bayville group home
"No one could prepare for this — no one knew it was coming," said executive director Bob McGuire
Newsday's All-Long Island girls fencing team 2020
Meet Newsday's All-Long Island girls fencing team for the 2019-20 winter season.
Two more HS state championship games moving venues
St. Joseph's College in Patchogue canceled all on-campus activities for the remainder of the week because of coronavirus concerns.