Schumer: Hire second consultant to check radium levels
Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Monday said California-based contractor Tetra Tech has a "checkered past," having been caught falsifying soil tests at a West Coast Superfund site.
Suffolk judge allows opioid suits to go forward
Counties and cities statewide are seeking reimbursement for the costs of dealing with the opioid epidemic.
Papers: D'Amato awarded temporary custody of kids
A judge also ruled that his estranged wife, Katuria D'Amato, no longer needs supervision while parenting the couple's son and daughter.
Restaurant operator sues Suffolk over false alarm fees
A Patchogue business has filed a federal lawsuit against Suffolk County over its fees for false alarms, claiming they are unconstitutional and excessive.
Extreme LI lawns (and their nurturing homeowners)
Some mow their grass and others don't, but having the perfect lawn isn’t as easy as it looks, these folks say.
New, creative LI ice cream shops you have to try
These establishments are testing the boundaries of ice cream.
Tax return contribution to Alzheimer's research proposed
The bill would allow tax-deductible contributions on federal tax returns for Alzheimer's research and caregiver support.
Long Island Events
See New Kids on the Block, more LI fun this week
Looking for things to do on LI? We’ve rounded up the best concerts, festivals, parties and cultural events going on in Nassau and Suffolk.
Trump signs executive order to tighten sanctions on Iran
It's the latest action the U.S. has taken to discourage Tehran from developing nuclear weapons and supporting militant groups.
Dems ponder how low to go against Trump
The crucial challenge is: how to respond to a rival who goes low and gets personal.