Mark Jay Epstein, attorney and LIRR commuter advocate, dies
Epstein, 55, of Melville, was chairman of the LIRR Commuter Council and served on the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission.
LIer hits fourth ace, nearly three months after bowling perfect game
The East Meadow resident recorded his fourth hole-in-one on Saturday, jarring his tee shot on the 15th at Bethpage Green.
Popular Chinese restaurant reopens in Bethpage
The perennially mobbed restaurant is back after a 10-week pause.
Diane Hoban: Mom with creative streak loved adventure
Whether it was listening to Billy Joel, riding her motorcycle or painting, Hoban "did what made her feel good."
Klaus Stefan Feindler: Dedicated to preserving LI's environment
A native of Germany and a dedicated do-it-yourselfer, the Melville engineer focused his career on energy issues and "conserving the magic" of discarded items.
Joan Reiter and Leslie Gonzalez: Mother and daughter were defined by strength
The women were known for their dedication to family. They died a week apart from the coronavirus.
Soil cleanup at Bethpage ballfield inches closer to start
Final construction of a thermal well to remove soil contaminants at the former Grumman dumpsite will begin as early as Tuesday.
Rosalino and Theresa Catalano: Married for nearly 72 years
He started the Abble Awning Co., and both were active with their parish, Our Lady of Mercy in Hicksville. "They couldn't live without each other," their daughter said.
School district employees called back to work in Plainview-Old Bethpage
Superintendent Lorna Lewis said she has asked some clerical staff and administrators to return to the school buildings two days a week amid the COVID-19 shutdown. A school administrators group is objecting.
Ida Esposito: Grumman secretary put family first
She retired from her job when her granddaughter was born to help with the baby. "She took care of us all," her daughter said.