6 Long Island Coronavirus Hot Spot Hospitals Ease Toward New Normal After Drop in Patients

Six Long Island hospitals deemed coronavirus hot spots in April have all experienced a decline in their number of COVID-19 patients, but as the medical centers adjust to the new normal, they worry about a possible second spike in hospitalizations. 

How An Army of Contact Tracers Are Key To Long Island’s Reopening

Hiring thousands of disease detectives across Nassau and Suffolk counties to handle the increased coronavirus caseload was a crucial benchmark that had to be met before the region could begin reopening from the coronavirus shutdown.

Long Island Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 4,000

Another 1,000 Long Islanders have died of coronavirus in the past month as the region's pandemic death count rose to more than 4,000 over the weekend, New York State Department of Health data shows.

Unlock The Secrets to Engaging Your Virtual Employees

Within the last two months, the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly increased the urgent need and creation for more virtual teams.

Long Island Nonprofit Events June 2020

From virtual 5Ks to online food drives, there are plenty of ways to give back while remaining socially distant.

Northwell Health To Host COVID-19 Update Webinar

Northwell Health is hosting a webinar Tuesday so the public can hear the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, the 23-hospital system's response, and the network's plans moving forward.

Long Island Musicians Launch Online Food Drive

A Levittown woman has launched a GoFundMe online fundraising campaign with the hashtag #NewYorkStrong to help Long Island healthcare workers and local food pantries. 

It’s Not Too Late To Resurrect The Landmark 2011 Sewer Program

OpEd: Had our original landmark law been kept in place, by now ... we would’ve had many of our downtowns enjoying the needed sewers they have been asking for.

3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island

Uptown Taco in Floral Park, Buttermilk's Kitchen in East Islip, and Boxcar Burgers in Ronkonkoma are among new additions to LI's dining scene.

ACDS Touts Group Home Heroics Amid Pandemic

When residents of Long Island group homes for the developmentally disabled were hospitalized for treatment of coronavirus, a Plainview-based nonprofit’s staff stayed with patients in 12-hour shifts so they wouldn’t be alone.

Long Island Drive-In Movie Guide 2020

Drive-in movies are making a comeback as Long Island seeks socially distant entertainment options. Check out our guide to what movies are being screened and where to find them!

Cat Named Tommy Hilfiger Among Pets Up For Adoption on Long Island

Check out these stylin' cats and dogs that want to make their furever home with you.