LI would lose $15M in state aid in Cuomo's budget
The plan would disqualify certain towns and villages from receiving money. His administration no longer wants to provide the aid to communities where it covered less than 2 percent of expenditures in 2017.
LI school official drops 96 lbs. amid health fears
The Brookhaven man had temporary success with Weight Watchers, Isagenix and liquid diets. Worries over his family history of diabetes and other issues spurred a permanent solution.
Forecast: Chance of snow tomorrow, more possible
Long Island has two good chances of wintry precipitation in the coming days: some light ...
LI kids can learn to code in a weekend
Students grab your sleeping bags and laptops.
$2.45M LI home comes with space to meditate
A Lloyd Harbor home listed for $2.45 million features a meditation area. The space features ...
Beloved teacher who fought injustice dies at 72
Burton Koza, who taught at Our Lady of Perpetual Help school for nearly 40 years, was described by students as a mentor and role model who tried to engage them in civic lessons beyond their books.
Cuomo calls for 'clear authority' in MTA overhaul
The governor's plan includes exerting more control over of the embattled public authority and implementing a long-debated congestion pricing plan to create new tolls into Manhattan.
Town may have first recycled glass buyer in decades
Brookhaven, which stopped curbside collection of glass and now receives glass at seven deposit centers, has begun shipping it to a Jersey City-based recycling center, Supervisor Edward P. Romaine said.
Cops release video, offer reward in fatal hit-run
In an effort to find the suspects in a fatal hit-and-run in Central Islip, Suffolk ...
Town offers to patrol federal sites amid shutdown
Brookhaven officials offered Tuesday to temporarily fill in for workers furloughed by the federal government ...