2nd LI cheeseshop closes within 2 weeks
A "fire sale" of all cheese and beer runs from Friday through Sunday.
Podiatrist charged with forcibly touching patients, cops say
The podiatrist, Mark Gresser, is charged with forcibly touching a patient at his Muttontown office, police say.
Setauket pop-up pantry ready to hand out food in time of need
Long Island Cares has seen record-breaking demand at its food pantries amid the coronavirus crisis except at one. Organizers have been trying to figure out why, and to get out the word that free food is available.
Store's anti-Cuomo banner violates code, officials say
The Port Jefferson ice cream shop faces a summons if a sign in protest of the state's "pause" is not removed.
Newsday's All-Long Island indoor girls track team 2020
Meet Newsday's All-Long Island girls indoor track and field team for the 2019-20 winter season.
Mr. S takes his students on 'Walk & Talk' tours of LI
He makes it clear the "S" doesn't stand for "Spielberg." But to his Mount Sinai students and their parents, the self-made educational videos are worth watching.
Rudolph F.X. Migliore of East Setauket: Lawyer who was 'about helping a family'
In his 30-second television spots, Migliore offered a lifeline to Long Islanders who'd suffered accidents or exposure to asbestos or dangerous medicines.
Ross Saddlemire: Father and husband who forged a career in flight
Saddlemire became a pilot with the U.S. Air Force and then American Airlines for three decades.
Downtowns left desolate amid COVID-19 shutdowns
How small businesses in Port Jefferson, Rockville Centre and Patchogue are faring during the coronavirus pandemic.
Francis J. Duffy of Port Jefferson: Dedicated maritime historian, writer
He devoted his life to the preservation of New York's rich maritime history and once climbed scaffolding to the Statue of Liberty to document its renovation.