Lillian Barbash, LI's 'First Lady of the Arts,' dies
Lillian Barbash transformed the Islip Arts Council into a musical powerhouse and helped create the now defunct Long Island Philharmonic, died July 4.
David Maziarz: Scoutmaster and volunteer firefighter
He retired in 2017 after 27 years as a correction officer on Rikers Island.
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.
Carmine Argenziano: Longtime Deer Park baseball coach
As one of Long Island's winningest high school coaches, he earned a reputation as a disciplinarian. His style of tough love turned the program into a long-time powerhouse.
Where to find LI's virtual pub crawls, happy hours
Have appetizers and cocktails from local eateries delivered right to your door.
Gaetano Barbieri: He loved movies and told great stories
Barbieri held a variety of jobs in Nassau and Suffolk over the decades, including teaching high school English in Bay Shore.
Small businesses struggle to stay afloat as COVID-19 leaves downtowns deserted
How small businesses in Bay Shore, Westbury and Lindenhurst are faring during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mom survives COVID-19, meets her newborn for first time
The baby was born the day after his mother was admitted to Southside Hospital with COVID-19-related pneumonia and put on a ventilator.
Virtual pub crawls expanding to more LI communities
Restaurants are delivering rounds of apps and drinks to your door.
Salute to the champs 2020: Bay Shore/Islip's Harper
Overcoming illness, the senior won the state championship in the vault, while coached by her mother, who retired after the competition.