Small businesses reeling from pandemic now coping with power outage
Local business owners say outages of power, telephone and internet service have stalled daily commerce.
Jazz Loft sextet delivers pop-up performances in Stony Brook
Traveling in vintage convertibles, the six-piece New Orleans-style street group has been performing their music in quick, socially distanced appearances throughout the town.
Assisted-living center wins low-cost electricity for $82M expansion
Jefferson's Ferry in South Setauket is among the local groups awarded power from ReCharge NY, which allocates electricity produced by upstate dams.
Behind the face mask in hot weather: 'It's brutal,' says one LI worker
A summer heat wave is putting Long Island workers to the test: complying with face mask mandates as temperatures soar.
Mars rover will carry a slice of LI scientific ingenuity
Two Stony Brook University geology professors were among the guiding forces behind two of the high-tech tools attached to the Perseverance rover, which is scheduled to lift off Thursday.
17 ways to spend a family-friendly day in Stony Brook Village
The village is loaded with shopping and dining opportunities.
Artificial intelligence, loyalty card companies draw venture capital funding
Although the pandemic cut venture capital to a trickle, capital flowed to artificial intelligence, loyalty card companies in the second quarter, according to data provider Crunchbase.
Studies: 9/11 first responders at increasing risk of dementia
The Stony Brook University research found that workers who inhaled toxic dust at Ground Zero are at heightened vulnerability to developing dementia and other forms of memory loss.
Those who served now get served home-cooked meals
Cooking for Long Island Veterans has 17 volunteers who fan out weekly from Albertson to Westhampton to deliver home-cooked meals to about 40 military veterans.
Stony Brook Film Festival sets virtual lineup
The festival, which traditionally takes place in July, was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will now run online from Sept. 10 through Dec. 25.