Stroman makes progress in rehab, takes part in defensive drills
Fielding his position, more so than actually pitching, is the bigger issue during his rehabilitation. Friday was his first time facing live hitters in two weeks.
LI retiree got joy from success of friends, hunting, cooking
Antonio Moccaldi, who died of a heart attack, was a devoted friend, foodie and hunter willing to lend his expertise as mechanic, friends and family said.
5 new Lidl grocery stores set to open on LI
The stores, located in remodeled Best Market stores, had been closed for renovations since early this year.
Police rely on education, 'fatherly lecture' to help enforce mask usage
Gov. Cuomo's executive order includes no enforcement guidance, which has led police to rely mostly on reminders to the public and voluntary compliance.
Bowman topples Engel; LI congressional primary winners confirmed
AP also called several Long Island congressional primaries, though most of the winners have been clear for weeks.
Crews begin transforming convent into Bayport-Blue Point Public Library
Construction on the $16.85M project is expected to take 12 to 15 months, and the new library is set to open by fall 2021, officials said.
Cheese shop closes in Sayville after 10 years
The shop managed to weather the first weeks of the pandemic with a takeout menu, but announced the permanent closure June 30.
Latino advocates: COVID-19 stats don't include immigrants who avoid tests, die at home
They worry immigrants are dying at home, fearful of getting deported or losing their jobs if they are tested and hospitalized, which results in inaccurate local and state numbers.
Patchogue commuter steps in to lead LIRR council
The Long Island Rail Road Commuter Council on Tuesday elected Gerard Bringmann as its new chairman, replacing Mark Epstein, who died last month.
Main Street in Patchogue closes for outdoor dining Sundays
The street was blocked off so restaurants can set up tables for outdoor dining each week through Labor Day.