The 6-6 senior forward nicknamed 'Secret Service' scores 21 of his 25 points in the second half.
College students at a loss for work hours, tuition costs
The coronavirus pandemic economy has been particularly hard on the retail and restaurant jobs favored by college students to help them make ends meet.
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Morris' long-range shooting boosts Center Moriches
The sophomore hit four of her five three-pointers in the fourth quarter in victory over Glenn.
Top 50 wrestlers on LI for the 2021 season
Newsday's annual look at the top 50 wrestlers on Long Island for this season, listed alphabetically.
LI's Smith Jr. has world title shot postponed after Vlasov tests positive
Joe Smith Jr. was set to challenge Maxim Vlasov for the vacant WBO light heavyweight title on Saturday in Vegas.
15 LI spots for a fun outdoor dining experience
Fans of al fresco dining can stretch the season this year by having a meal in a unique and fun setting.LI's best Mexican restaurants
Street tacos and made-to-order guacamole are only the beginning of the draws at LI's venerable Mexican taquerias and eateries.Why LI's fast-casual restaurants are booming in COVID era
It could very well be these quick and comforting bites that help pull the industry out of the COVID foxhole.
Top 100 boys basketball players for 2021
Newsday's annual look at the top 100 boys basketball players on Long Island for this season, listed alphabetically.
Commercial fishermen oppose reef expansion plan
Commercial fishermen and their advocates say expansion of the reefs to more than 6,800 acres will rob them of vital fishing grounds.
Thomas Valva death spurs CPS reforms in Suffolk
Since the 8-year-old boy died of hypothermia a year ago, Suffolk CPS has boosted supervision of caseworkers, and is planning for partnerships with police and schools.
50 LI school districts would lose state aid under Cuomo's proposal
The potential dollar losses span Long Island. Systems taking the biggest hits of $1 million or more include Valley Stream Central, Bayport-Blue Point, Connetquot and Smithtown.
Data: 26% more LI educators filed for retirement in 2020
Statewide, 11% more put in retirement papers than in the previous year. Fears about the safety of in-person instruction and difficulties adapting to pandemic-era teaching requirements fed the trend, local educators say.