New Deal 2.0 Could Cure Pandemic’s Economic Symptoms

OpEd: From the U.S. Heartland to its largest urban area has come the call to recreate the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) of the New Deal to address the massive unemployment nationwide caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to resolve important environmental needs.

Rising Star Named New Top Federal Prosecutor For Long Island

U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Friday named Seth DuCharme, a prosecutor who has risen rapidly in the Justice Department under the Trump administration, as acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.

Long Island Malls Begin Reopening From Coronavirus Shutdown

Indoor malls on Long Island began reopening this weekend in the latest sign of the region emerging from the coronavirus shutdown. 

Fay Weakens To Tropical Depression Over Southeastern NY

Fay weakened to a tropical depression over southeastern New York state early on Saturday and was expected to become a post-tropical low pressure system later in the morning before dissipating on Sunday, the U.S National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Old Tappan Brewing Company In Bayville Marks First Anniversary

A year after the Village of Bayville celebrated its centennial, the village’s first craft brewery, Old Tappan Brewing Company, cheers its first year in business.

14 Cats, Dogs Ready To Go Home With You Today

If you like big mutts and you cannot lie, there some cuties right here who are ready to go home with you today. Fancy a feline? There’s plenty of those too!  

Point Lookout Summer Drive-In Concert Series Kicks Off

The Town of Hempstead is hosting a free drive-in concert series throughout the summer in efforts to provide a fun seasonal experience despite many COVID-19 safety conditions.

Curran, Bellone Urge Federal Help To Ease Pandemic Impact on Economy

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Nassau County Executive Laura Curran revealed the results of a comprehensive study that examined the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on Long Island’s economy and called for federal support to assist in recovery.

New Hires And Promotions on Long Island

Check out the regions latest career moves!

7 Scenic Bike Paths To Ride on Long Island

It’s easy to overlook the natural beauty found across Long Island, but a silver lining to the pandemic is more people are rediscovering nature at local parks — oftentimes on bicycle rides.

Cuomo Says Decision On Schools Coming In August

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday that a final decision on when and how to reopen schools in the state will be made in the first week of August and consultations were still going on.

17th Century Roslyn Harbor Colonial Asks $3.8M

This waterfront Colonial built a century before the nation's founding is listed for sale in the Village of Roslyn Harbor.