Joseph Marion: Community leader, senior adviser for 'Wyandanch Day'
Father of five loved family gatherings, barbecues and was 'the best storyteller.'
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.
LI Ducks won't play a 2020 season
The team is abandoning plans to play a 70-game schedule after unsuccessful attempts to gain an exemption from the state's decision to not allow fans into sports venues.
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.
New Central Islip school superintendent takes over
Sharon Dungee steps into the top school role in what she describes as a "very diverse, very proud community."
LIRR: Man airlifted to hospital after being struck by train
A man was struck by an eastbound train at the Lowell Avenue grade crossing near the Central Islip station, the LIRR said.
Malcolm 'Jim' Fellman: Hofstra administrator helped bring Jets there
Fellman wasn't a stuffed-shirt administrator. He was an incorrigible merryman, friends and family said.
'Is that in the hole?' 271 yards later, Chris Casa got his answer
For the second straight week, a Long Islander hits an ace on a par-4 hole.
Ducks planning for 70-game season with limited fans
Atlantic League says it's working with other independent leagues to put together a season.
Family farm in Central Islip sold to developers
Single-family homes are planned for the 15-acre property that was owned by the Papa family for more than seven decades.