From June 1 to Sept. 21, 304 Long Islanders died of COVID-19, according to state data. That's 46% higher the same time period in 2021, and 67% more than in 2020, before vaccines were available. For the year, though, COVID deaths nationally are projected to be lower than previous years.
Jury selection is slated to begin Monday in the case against Flach, who is accused of stabbing Khaseen Morris, 16, in the heart three years ago in Oceanside.6m read
The Lustgarten Foundation's Long Island Walk for research in the fight against pancreatic cancer drew more than a thousand people despite high winds and rain.2m read
Local governments are second only to academia as targets of ransomware because of underfunding and outdated equipment, according to the FBI.4m read
A new epoch has begun in the kitchen.2m read