LIRR union: Worker sick leave not cause of high OT
MTA leaders have pointed to employee absences, including from workers taking an average of 14 sick days a year, as a key driver of the agency's high overtime numbers.
Village temporarily sets aside solicitation law
Brightwaters is placing a moratorium on its solicitation code because it violates federal law, officials said.
Ambulance corps forced to borrow radios
A Suffolk County unit issued 20 radios to the Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps so members had an operational channel to communicate on and assist the public.
Suffolk police rescue kitten in Walmart parking lot
"I was gonna bust the windows, I don't care, I'll rot in an orange suit for an animal," said a shopper who heard meows coming from the engine.
Braves silent Mets' bats to complete sweep
The Mets had won five in a row before Atlanta came to town and put a dent in their NL wild card hopes.
Grading this summer's hottest canned cocktails
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Long Island physicians to PrEP for HIV drug
The hope is that increasing doctors' knowledge of Truvada for PrEP will increase the number of Long Islanders who use the medication.
See some of the most pet-friendly spots on LI
If you’re looking to bring Spot to a spot, these places have made the declaration “Yes, dogs allowed.”
Trump will not retreat on China tariffs, officials say
White House officials say the president plans on proceeding with increased tariffs on Chinese goods even though Trump suggested he had "second thoughts" about trade war.
Trump calls for creating more mental institutions
They say the president's response to the growing number of mass shootings scapegoats the mentally ill.