Municipalities To Hold 9/11 Memorial Ceremonies

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way in which people have been permitted to assemble for a host of services, ceremonies, activities and events....

Pandemic’s ‘Punch To The Gut’

County Executive rules out layoffs and tax hike In a worst case scenario, there will be up to 2,900 layoffs in the Nassau County workforce...

Gyms Reopen With Strict Guidelines

Gyms and fitness centers across Long Island have sat idly by as dozens of other businesses have reopened since Governor Andrew Cuomo began the...

County Executive Laura Curran Renames Portion Of Street After Tuskegee Airman

“Here on Long Island, we have a proud history of aviation and it is important to honor that tradition by commemorating those who helped...

Saladino Discusses Ongoing Efforts To Tag And Track Sharks

Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Councilwoman Michele Johnson joined with researchers from the Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric...

Village Knows What’s ‘Appening

Ever since Long Island entered Phase 4 of reopening, Village of Farmingdale Mayor Ralph Ekstrand has been proud of how his community has latched...

Bouncing Back From Tragedy

Little girl makes miraculous dog mauling recovery Alessia Sansotta-Ingrasselino is a miracle baby who just celebrated her second birthday at Patrizias of Long Island in...

20,000 Baby Oysters Enter Oyster Bay On National Oyster Day

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Councilman Lou Imbroto, Councilwoman Vicki Walsh, Town Clerk Richard LaMarca and Receiver of Taxes Jeff Pravato celebrated National...

For A Week, Jawing About Sharks

Shark attacks are rarer than commercial airplane crashes, but draw the same outsized media attention. Until eclipsed by Tropical Storm Isaias and its aftermath, sharks...

A Hybrid Approach

College courses will be a mix of in-person and online learning Education in the age of COVID is nothing short of tricky. Thrust into a...