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An archaeological dig takes place at the Peter
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Archaeological dig at 1650s Huntington home

An archaeological dig takes place at the Peter Crippen house in Huntington. Crippen was one of the founders of the town's oldest Black church.  Credit: Debbie Egan-Chin


Tuesday on Long Island will be sunny and cold, Tuesday's forecast: High winds, sunny; temps in the 30s Huntington Superintendent James Polansky discusses the option of Schools adapt to remote learning on snow days The National Weather Service forecast calls for rain Monday's forecast: Rain and wind, highs in the 40s Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has been accused of Long Islanders sound off on the political turmoil surrounding Gov. Cuomo Students from the Baldwin High School Orchestra put Watch: Baldwin High School Orchestra performs Black National Anthem Center Moriches seniors Jaden Kealey and Dayrien Franklin Center Moriches' Kealey, Franklin talk winning Suffolk IV title In Lawrence, about 150 elderly and frail residents, 60 Holocaust survivors get COVID-19 vaccine Dr. James A. Vosswinkel, the Trauma Medical Director Trauma doctor: How we've adapted to battle COVID-19 Ariana Glaser, a freshman at Smithtown High School COVID-19 restrictions affecting freshman year of high school Fran McMullen told Newsday she can't wait to A baby journal lost on the LIE to be reunited with family Stony Brook University geology professors Joel Hurowitz and Scott Stony Brook professors played critical role in spacecraft that landed on Mars Nassau County residents who own homes in new Residents of newly-constructed Nassau communities say taxes are exorbitantly high On Friday, New York City Schools Chancellor Richard NYC schools chancellor exits, citing virus' personal toll The National Weather Service said Friday will feature Friday's forecast: Sunny with highs in the 40s The Farmingville Historical Society is asking the public Farmingville Historical society issues challenge to solve mysterious 1873 death Schedule changes are coming to the LIRR next Schedule changes coming to the LIRR The key to full-time, in-person learning could be Should school districts relax regulations to get kids back into the classroom? The National Weather Service says Thursday on Long Thursday's forecast: Windy and sunny; highs in the 40s Long Island lawmakers and veterans on Wednesday gathered Museum of American Armor commemorates end of Tet offensive The Nassau County Law Enforcement Explorer Program held Nassau County Law Enforcement Explorer Program holds recruitment drive The National Weather Service said Wednesday on Long Wednesday's forecast: Sunny and warm; highs possibly in 50s Gerren Nixon, Urban Arm Wrestling League founder, spoke Urban Arm Wrestling League aims to bring more people into the sport Health experts answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine's I'm vaccinated, now what? Medical experts answer your questions Vincent Grasso, executive director of the Nassau County Atlantic Beach Bridge tests cashless tolling John Britton is one of the parents organizing Dude! They totally want a new skate park in Montauk