Uneven restart for solar projects after COVID-19 lockdown
Consumer confidence has impacted applications for new residential systems, but some companies are finding respite in commercial, municipal sectors.
Grandmother home after 67-day ordeal in hospital, rehab
Connie Wurem, 82, of Plainview was placed on a ventilator and in a medically induced coma, her family said.
Trying to get rich quick vs. making long-term bets
If you're dabbling or thinking about dabbling with day trading, here's what you should know.
Museum of American Armor to reopen Friday
The museum at Old Bethpage Village Restoration is set to reopen Friday with pandemic protocols in place and nostalgic posters to address coronavirus battle.
You can name Old Bethpage Village Restoration's new piglets
The two pigs were born on May 22.
Spectronics to move to Melville with IDA tax breaks
Suffolk County's industrial development agency is offering $940,600 in tax breaks over 15 years to keep Spectronics on Long Island.
One district provided equipment to every student. Another handed out paper packets.
When LI schools shut down due to the coronavirus, access to technology and delivery of instruction varied widely.
Ruth Gold: Devoted matriarch found a niche working with families
After her education was interrupted by the Pearl Harbor attack, she went back to school and had a 30-year career as director of communications for the Department of Senior Citizen Affairs.
Ex-LIer appeared on Trebek's first 'Jeopardy!' show
The former Plainview resident came in second when the venerable game show relaunched on Sept. 10, 1984, with Trebek as host.
Fairway closes store in Plainview after almost 20 years
The store at 50 Manetto Hill Rd. has closed after nearly 20 years. The closing affected 95 employees, according to Fairway's filing with the New York State Department of Labor.