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Support Local Journalism

With support from our subscribers, Newsday invests in powerful, independent journalism that helps safeguard the environment as we continue our mission to make Long Island a better place to live.

Our investigation revealed an old Suffolk County law permitted outdated sewage treatment and disposal at dozens of commercial sites. A bill changing the standards was approved after the story was published.

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Exposing hidden dangers.

With support from our subscribers, Newsday invests in powerful, independent journalism that exposes threats to the environment as we continue our mission to make Long Island a better place to live.

Our investigators found in thousands of pages of documents, a trail of contaminated New York City construction debris on our Island—including hazardous materials that ended up in a local park and at a school.

Passionate storytelling.

With support from our subscribers, Newsday invests in powerful, independent journalism with a passion for storytelling as we continue our mission to make Long Island a better place to live.

Four Brentwood families shared their stories with us for more than a year and showcased a strong sense of pride in their neighborhood.

The safety of our children is important.

With support from our subscribers, Newsday invests in powerful, independent journalism that helps keep your children safe.

Our “Hard Knocks” investigation into high school sports head trauma prompted 23 schools to eliminate low-performing football helmets as we continue our mission to make Long Island a better place to live.

We keep elected officials in check.

With support from our subscribers, Newsday invests in powerful, independent journalism that keeps you informed and elected officials in check as we continue our mission to make Long Island a better place to live.

That investment helped eight reporters bring Long Islanders in-depth daily coverage of the Edward Mangano corruption trial over the course of 21 weeks.

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