Students of color have gone from being the minority to the majority in 32 Long Island districts over the past 20 years, a Newsday analysis found.
"The narrowness of the jury's verdict, together with the changing law, has resulted in a perfect storm of legal issues," Edward Mangano's attorney, Kevin Keating, wrote in the court filing.3m read3m read
Nearly one-third of the class of 59 recruits, who will begin seven months of physical and educational training, are minorities, representing one of the department's most diverse classes, according to Nassau Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder.2m read2m read
Two partners involved with Oregon Road Organics and Island Grow, LLC secured state approval to grow marijuana.2m read2m read
The shooting of Jesse J. Bonsignore, 44, who was shot and killed by a Suffolk police officer on May 20, 2021, following a confrontation, is the subject of an ongoing investigation by New York Attorney General Letitia James.3m read3m read
Two years after Philip Joseph "PJ" Fusaro's death, his memory lives on as the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office and others celebrated his legacy.1m read1m read
Today's rain will be followed by the first hot spell of the season, the National Weather Service said.1m read1m read
One produced a documentary on 9/11, another is going to Ireland for college. Get to know more than 135 of the top seniors from high schools across LI.
Are gas stations benefiting from rising prices? Is it price-gouging? Is it worth it to buy premium grade, or turn off the A/C? Here are some answers.Long read8m read
If the S&P 500 finishes the day 20% or more below its record, it would enter what Wall Street calls a "bear market."2m read2m read
The Elwood Quad, a longtime fixture in East Northport, closed Oct. 29, 2020, just days after cinemas were allowed to reopen.1m read1m read
The 10-year-old Long Beach boy who suffered an epileptic seizure was also named an honorary Marine.2m read2m read
While some fixtures have remained the same over the past several decades, others are gone or are hardly recognizable today. Revisit some of these places and see what they look like now.
Paul Bonny, 35, was sentenced to 21 years in prison for the November 2020 fatal shooting, prosecutors said.
Job gains were the strongest in leisure and hospitality, which added 16,800 jobs year-over-year.1m read1m read
Get candy-infused creams served in shells, cups or doughnuts.
The Old Westbury brothers, along with 2 co-founders, created a company to sell college athletes' used gear.1m read1m read
After pausing the program due to the pandemic, the American Cancer Society is relaunching the program1m read1m read
Operation "Long Island Wave" was the first of its kind on Long Island in 15 years and was carried out ahead of what authorities said is a typical increase in crime during summer months and because of an uptick in shootings, officials said.3m read3m read
Try gelato-stuffed doughnuts, artisanal burgers and bar-pie pizza, plus booze.
Adventureland is now open for its 60th season.3m read3m read
If you're looking for a getaway this holiday weekend, a staycation is the perfect escape.4m read4m read
The couple work and craft together.1m read1m read
Glamp in grand style in a cabin or tent at some state parks.1m read1m read
The summer kicks off with the Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels.Long read15m read
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We answer your questions on the crisis and when it could be resolved.2m read2m read
The town had planned to temporarily close the airport as part of its transition to a private facility, which would allow the town to institute a series of flight restrictions to reduce air traffic.2m read2m read
After a death, it helps to be prepared to deal with what can be a stressful experience.5m read5m read
The pitmaster already operates two barbecue trucks that he outfitted himself.1m read1m read
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