Mandaro leads physical Longwood to Suffolk I title
The Lions forward scored 21 points and dominated the paint at both ends of the court in Longwood's 56-30 win over Whitman.
Middle Island man charged with distributing fentanyl, federal prosecutors say
A Middle Island man officials believe is linked to two fatal drug overdoses was charged with one count of distributing and possessing with intent to distribute fentanyl Thursday in the Eastern District of New York.
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State pop-up sites giving shots to 3,700; virus positivity declining
As the virus numbers decline, the state is increasingly reopening its economy and other activities, while officials remain cautious to protect progress made. The pop-up sites focused on communities with high rates of COVID-19.
Dalberg rallies as Newfield/Miller Place wins Suffolk boys fencing crown
Miller Place senior scored four of final five points in his match to give his team a 14-10 win over Sayville/Bayport-BP/Connetquot
NY: 2nd case of virus variant found on LI, though positivity rate is falling
The new case follows Long Island's first reported case of a South African variant of the coronavirus on Sunday. Positivity levels have declined steadily in the state and in the region following a post-holiday surge of infections.
Healthy meal prep eatery opens 2nd LI location
Customers can pick up pre-portioned meals for healthy eating on the go.Where to find the best LI food with African, Caribbean roots
Find great mac-and-cheese, coffee, barbecued ribs and more.LI restaurants serving great soups from around the world
This ought to be soup's year--and there's a whole world beyond chicken noodle.
NY issues reopening rules for nursing home visits, movie theaters and weddings
The governor also said he is asking school districts to report to their local governments their progress toward returning to in-person instruction in classrooms and the inroads made to vaccinate teachers.
Cuomo: State increasing testing efforts to 'calibrate reopening'
The governor said New York City restaurants will be able to expand indoor-dining capacity, starting next Friday. He also said he supports school districts returning to in-person learning five days a week and issued rules for college reopenings.
NY vaccine sites continue to operate despite snow; virus positivity declines
Gov. Cuomo said the state is in a footrace between new infections spreading and getting enough people vaccinated. He urged the public to "double down" on preventive measures.
Asking the Clergy: Purim's Queens Esther and Vashti
This week's clergy discuss different interpretations of the roles of the women central to the miraculous story told in the Hebrew Scriptures' Book of Esther.
Suffolk School Notebook: Semifinalists named in STEM contest
Great Neck developed an approach to the early detection of user fatigue from prolonged screen time; West Hempstead proposed the creation of biodegradable face masks.