Village police department approves body cameras for officers
Officials in Head of the Harbor — population 1,475 — said police will use body-worn cameras after evaluating the social unrest around the country.
Private schools seek flexibility from state mandates to return to the classrooms
"With smaller numbers of students, we can open without as much worry over social distancing," the head of one such school said.
Doctors created treatments from ground up for COVID-19 patients
Doctors said they improved their use of ventilators, learned the value of masks, found new medicinal therapies and better addressed the virus' propensity to create blood clots.
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.
N.S. Ramamurthy: Pioneering Stony Brook research scientist
Ramamurthy's work at Stony Brook's School of Dental Medicine, led to important discoveries in oral health and antibiotics.
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.
Officials: VA administered malaria drug to 1,300 vets with COVID-19
The veterans included 30 coronavirus-positive Long Island State Veterans Home residents, but staff there stopped administering the drug in late April due to FDA guidance, officials said.
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.
SBU's transfers leaving to compete at highest level
Elijah Olaniyi, Makale Foreman, Andrew Garcia and Anthony Ochefu have put their names in the transfer portal, joining Miles Latimer and Jeff Otchere, who left earlier.
Howard Extract: Real estate manager was star athlete, sometimes actor
Extract, who played college football and baseball, also served as a marksman in the Army during World War II.