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.
After a no-commute summer, how will we go back?
Longtime commuters say working from home has been life-changing, and they savor the extra hours in their days, but some also miss the energy of other people and of New York City, itself.
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.
Huntington sign campaign speaks out against hate
A catalyst for the sign campaign was a racist Facebook rant by a local restaurant owner directed at a group of young people who were peacefully marching June 1 against police brutality after the killing of George Floyd.
Police: Woman drove drunk with children in car
Police said the woman was arrested after a 911 caller reported her driving drunk with children in the car in Huntington Station.
LI's Zweibel, Apatow join forces for comedy webinar
The pair will be featured on a Zoom video conference called, "What's So Funny About America?" on Aug. 6.
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.
In protecting against COVID-19, sometimes the skin suffers
Experts say there are measures people can take to counter skin irritation from wearing masks or washing hands to prevent spread of the coronavirus.
LI baby boutique is in the business of creating family heirlooms
Some for whom items from the store were purchased return as adults to shop for their own children.