Louis and Mary Piropato: Holbrook couple, parents of six, married 66 years
She loved to dance and socialize, while he loved to read and complete the crossword puzzle every morning before he finished his coffee.
Cops: Man arrested after striking two pedestrians
Police said the man was driving "at a high rate of speed" when he swerved to avoid another vehicle, crashed into a pole and the two pedestrians.
Religious leaders want to have final say on church reopenings
The pastor of a Deer Park church said "it's time for all types of organizations to open with the sense of normalcy," while a Huntington Station pastor said they "don't want to reopen recklessly."
Donald E. Hitter: Holbrook man had a zest for life
Hitter enjoyed kayaking, snorkeling, parasailing and wave running — all after the age of 70.
Connetquot's championship caravan delivers rings
Over the course of two days, the state champion girls volleyball team received their rings in drive-by celebrations.
Where to find LI's virtual pub crawls, happy hours
Have appetizers and cocktails from local eateries delivered right to your door.
Theodore J. Howard: Reverend would 'stop on a dime to pray with someone'
The pastor of St. Mark's Parish in Shoreham, he loved being a priest and was known as the "real deal."
Longtime friends open burger joint at LIRR station
It opened about six weeks before coronavirus restrictions kicked in for restaurants and LIRR ridership plummeted.
Nonprofits stretch efforts to keep hunger at bay as COVID-19 spreads
Local groups that redistribute surplus donations from restaurants, grocery stores and farms are redoubling their efforts as demand spikes.
Worshippers turning to social media to keep the faith
Churches and synagogues set up chat groups, stream services, text and Skype with congregations as they avoid services to help avoid spreading coronavirus.