LI woman, 81, defies doc's advice with plunge
"She's crazy. We admire her for it."
Unsealed court letter reveals Spota probe details
The letter contained remarks reportedly made by the late U.S. District Judge Leonard Wexler about a federal investigation involving then-Suffolk Police Chief James Burke and former Suffolk District Attorney Thomas Spota.
With 'Trading Spaces' reboot, LIers look back on their TV makeovers
Here's a look back at what happened at homes in Nesconset and Syosset once featured on the show.
Lucky the dog and his mad dash across the LIE
A West Highland terrier who ran away from home found himself on the busy highway during the lunchtime rush. Big-hearted Long Islanders halted traffic to rescue him.
New gaming and eSports center opens on LI
The center will offer players Fortnite, Overwatch, Counter Strike and more.
Living near LI's trains, planes and automobiles
Many think of their homes as a refuge from an otherwise harried existence, a sanctuary of peace and quiet. For some Long Islanders who live near train tracks, major roadways and airports, that is simply not the case.
What to eat at LI restaurants this spring
You frequently can tell the season by looking at a menu instead of a calendar.
The best things we ate this month on LI
Don’t go searching for something good to eat. Newsday critics have done it for you.
Family sees LI St. Patrick's parade grow firsthand
"It was a beautiful day and we had so many cars and floats and people participating," said the parade's organizer, Kerry Maher. "Everybody's Irish eyes were smiling."
Sights and sounds of the St. James St. Patrick's Day parade
The St. Patrick's Day parade in St. James took place on Saturday, March 16 and ...
Memory care wings increasing on Long Island
The expansion of memory-care beds began 10 to 15 years ago, as baby boomers got older and the number of people with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia rose significantly, according to the Alzheimer's Association's NYC chapter.