Joseph Marion: Community leader, senior adviser for 'Wyandanch Day'
Father of five loved family gatherings, barbecues and was 'the best storyteller.'
Anthony DeNoyior: 'A man of steel with a heart of gold'
Deeply devoted to his Catholic faith and service to others, he was an auxiliary police officer and a longtime Little League and travel team baseball coach.
Carmine Argenziano: Longtime Deer Park baseball coach
As one of Long Island's winningest high school coaches, he earned a reputation as a disciplinarian. His style of tough love turned the program into a long-time powerhouse.
Babylon mulls preference law for COVID supplies
Officials said they think it best that preference be given to local manufacturers and distributors who make face shields and other medical equipment because they will generate economic activity in the town.
Business owners strike up conversation that leads to food drive
A food donation effort in Wyandanch that began six weeks ago with a handful of recipients is now serving food to hundreds of people.
COVID-19 places 'glaring light' on health inequities
Government and health officials said they are developing strategies to improve minorities' health outcomes as a result of the coronavirus.
COVID-19 testing coming to a pharmacy near you
Local independent pharmacists said they welcome the opportunity — and the challenge — of bringing COVID-19 testing to their communities.
Officials happy with turnout at test sites in hard-hit communities
By April 22, Suffolk had received 1,077 results from the hot spot testing sites, with more than half coming back positive; Nassau plans to open a third site in Elmont.
Victor Claxton: Friend and family man had wedding plans
'He proposed to me in front of 500 people,' said his fiancee, Kim Hood.
Isaac Graham: Longtime pastor was a counselor to many
'He was very loving. It was in his DNA,' says his wife, Cheryl. 'There was never a day I didn't hear, "I love you." '