Metallica drive-in concert film coming to Adventureland
Each ticketed car will receive four digital downloads of Metallica's new double live album, "S&M2" featuring 22 songs from the band's reunion concert with the San Francisco Symphony.
13 months after cancer diagnosis, Hofstra's Faello thriving on mound
The former Newsday All-Long Island first-team selection and Diamond Award winner has been dominant in summer league after a battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma.
World War II vets remember when A-bomb was dropped
They recalled how they viewed the first atomic bombing shortly after it occurred during a 75th anniversary program hosted by the Museum of American Armor.
Local butcher offers freezer space to customers who lost power
Twenty-four hours after the offer was made, however, the walk-in freezer was full.
Gym owners present Cuomo with a plan to reopen
The group, spearheaded by a Long Island gym owner, seeks meeting with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to discuss safety protocols for reopening.
Catering hall parties are back — sans dancing and large guest lists
Weddings, bridal showers and graduation parties resume, on a smaller scale.
Turning a hobby building ninja-style obstacle courses into a business
Long Islanders who have become unemployed during the pandemic launch new businesses, turn to buying franchises.
Assisted-living center wins low-cost electricity for $82M expansion
Jefferson's Ferry in South Setauket is among the local groups awarded power from ReCharge NY, which allocates electricity produced by upstate dams.
Behind the face mask in hot weather: 'It's brutal,' says one LI worker
A summer heat wave is putting Long Island workers to the test: complying with face mask mandates as temperatures soar.
Museum of American Armor to reopen Friday
The museum at Old Bethpage Village Restoration is set to reopen Friday with pandemic protocols in place and nostalgic posters to address coronavirus battle.