Cheese shop closes in Sayville after 10 years
The shop managed to weather the first weeks of the pandemic with a takeout menu, but announced the permanent closure June 30.
Latino advocates: COVID-19 stats don't include immigrants who avoid tests, die at home
They worry immigrants are dying at home, fearful of getting deported or losing their jobs if they are tested and hospitalized, which results in inaccurate local and state numbers.
Patchogue commuter steps in to lead LIRR council
The Long Island Rail Road Commuter Council on Tuesday elected Gerard Bringmann as its new chairman, replacing Mark Epstein, who died last month.
Main Street in Patchogue closes for outdoor dining Sundays
The street was blocked off so restaurants can set up tables for outdoor dining each week through Labor Day.
DA: LI man illegally possessed, sold weapons
Among the weapons involved in the case is an illegal AR-15 assault rifle allegedly assembled from legally purchased gun parts, Suffolk District Attorney Timothy Sini said.
Raul Guale Jr.: Nurse who was always willing to help those in need
There has been an outpouring of support for his wife and two daughters.
Calendar not on these business startups' side
Those that opened in the months before the coronavirus pandemic forced widespread closures have been unable to gain traction.
They called for a Black Lives Matter protest in Sayville; the people answered
The march, organized by college students and unlike any demonstrations Sayville has seen, underscored how protests for racial justice have reached even less racially diverse suburban communities.
LI restaurants hosting drive-in movie nights
This is the newest twist on dinner and a movie.
Bike-share program permanently canceled in Suffolk
Boston-based Zagster Inc. cited the financial fallout from COVID-19 in announcing it would not resume the program in the villages of Babylon, Patchogue and Hampton Bays or provide refunds.