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.
LI radio host, rockers team up for suicide-prevention video
"With music you're never alone," says radio host Brian Orlando.
Artificial intelligence, loyalty card companies draw venture capital funding
Although the pandemic cut venture capital to a trickle, capital flowed to artificial intelligence, loyalty card companies in the second quarter, according to data provider Crunchbase.
New workplace hurdle: screening at the door
Entryways to businesses — from construction sites to home health care providers — no longer require just the swipe of an ID card.
Dozens tested on Long Island for COVID-19 got false positives
The impacted patients were tested between July 9 and July 14, according to the lab, with about 1.5% of patients tested in that period receiving the false positives.
Families mark five years since daughters were killed in limo crash
Parents describe the devastation since the four women were killed when a truck struck the limousine they were riding in during an East End winery tour.
Suffolk County uses 311 line to help feed hungry residents
"We've got a county and towns who are willing to work together to make sure that nobody is homebound and hungry," says a nonprofit official who is part of the effort.
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.
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.
New ice cream shop opens in Nesconset
Try flavors like rainbow cookie, cotton candy and Rice Krispie Treat.