Frustrated onlookers urged police officers to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman's rampage killed 19 children and two teachers, witnesses said Wednesday, as investigators worked to track the massacre that lasted upwards of 40 minutes and ended when the 18-year-old shooter was killed by a Border Patrol team.5m read5m read
Allegations that outgoing superintendent Vincent Butera sexually harassed a teacher led the State Education Department to subpoena the district's records in the case. The district has declined to discipline him.4m read4m read
Nassau Health Commissioner Dr. Lawrence Eisenstein and Dr. Gregson Pigott, his counterpart in Suffolk, told a Newsday Live panel that while COVID-19 cases have increased in recent months, hospitalizations have remained relatively low.1m read1m read
The indoor/outdoor venue accommodates up to 400 people.1m read1m read
Prices for hotels, flights, gas and restaurants are all up. See how expensive travel will be, and how you can cut costs.
Here are more than 20 ways to get started this holiday weekend.3m read3m read
Dr. Alan Bulbin, director of infectious disease at Catholic Health St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center, on COVID-19: "Every time you thought there was a pattern, you get a curveball, a new variant."4m read4m read
The man was crossing Route 110 when he was hit, police said.
Sergio Argueta, Founder of S.T.R.O.N.G. Youth, Inc., held a vigil in Uniondale on Wednesday to honor the lives lost in mass shootings at a Texas elementary school Tuesday and a Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket on May 14.
Jury selection was to start in the murder trial, but instead the judge heard arguments about whether jurors could consider lesser charges against Michael Valva and Angela Pollina.2m read2m read
The motorcyclist collided with a sedan at the intersection of Front and Chester streets last night, police said.
The nonprofit Keep Islip Clean's junior commissioner program is looking to revive student interest in the program coordinators said.2m read2m read
The misunderstanding over U.S. Treasury funds came as the town struggled to get aid out to landlords, federal data shows.
Long Island House members were divided primarily along party lines about stricter gun control, one day after 19 schoolchildren and two teachers were killed in Texas.2m read2m read
Police said the man, 19, had "repeated intercourse" with the girl.
Chembio Diagnostics Inc. had closed the overseas plant in 2020 to focus on making COVID tests for the U.S. market.1m read1m read
Long Island is teeming with great live music, comedy and theater this summer.Long read15m read
Newsday's food critics found the newest spots to dine out.4m read4m read
Beaches, miniature golf, sailboat races and more, serve as entertainment to this tranquil paradise.3m read3m read
Long Beach has long been a hot spot for those looking to catch a wave.2m read2m read
Services include gender neutral haircuts, styling, color and balayage.1m read1m read
Find cutting-edge flying electric vehicles, join a scavenger hunt, build a tower that can resist hurricanes, make-your-own crafts and much more.4m read4m read
These Long Island car shows are putting their best wheels forward.Long read7m read
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The state education commissioner stated that content in the exam, which was to be given June 1, had the potential to "compound student trauma caused by the recent violence in Buffalo."2m read2m read
Jones Beach, Long Beach, Robert Moses and more Long Island beaches to explore this summer.Long read19m read
Residents say developers continue to mislabel their community as part of "an implicit bias" to make it more appealing to new residents while forgetting its diverse heritage.2m read2m read
A representative for the Brooklyn-based developer FBE, said his client plans to build two- and three-bedroom condominiums in a four-story, 340,000 square foot building with underground parking on the site.1m read1m read
An extended plague of murderous attacks becomes more urgent by the day.1m read1m read
Sordid Depp-Heard saga looks at issues of abuse and when to believe women.2m read2m read
In the U.S., we are far more likely to own guns and to be killed by them.2m read2m read
Over the past six months Americans have been going back to work.3m read3m read