Lawsuit Aiming To Split Islip Into Town Council Districts Heading To September Trial

A lawsuit that aims to split the Town of Islip board members up into council districts is scheduled to go to trial next month at Central Islip federal court.

Bowling Alley Owners Call For Reopening From Coronavirus Shutdown

Bowling alley owners who say their businesses are an integral part of Long Island communities have prepared extensive safety protocols they hope will convince Gov. Andrew Cuomo to allow them to reopen.

Rhode Island Added To NY Quarantine List

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday added Rhode Island to the list of states from which travelers must quarantine for 14 days to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Coronavirus Concerns Loom Over Fall College Semester Plans on Long Island

After an impromptu remote spring semester thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges and universities across Long Island are developing measures to ensure a safe fall semester.

Racial Justice Marches Spark Police Reforms on Long Island

As racial justice protests continue across Long Island, police and lawmakers are debating how best to address the issue of police brutality without handcuffing officers’ ability to effectively protect communities they serve.

Back To School Season Anxiety Abounds on Long Island Amid Coronavirus Uncertainty

As local school districts get busy developing reopening plans for the upcoming school year, Long Island parents, teachers, and students have mixed emotions on the feasibility of going back to school during a pandemic.

Attorney Robert Sullivan of Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo P.C. Fights for 9/11 Heroes

Equality before the law is among the most sacred rights of the American citizen. Among those most highly regarded for protecting those rights is trial lawyer Robert Sullivan, of the New York City and Long Island-based law firm Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. 

Isaias Prompts Tornado Watch For Long Island

Tropical Storm Isaias brings with it weather conditions that are "somewhat favorable for tornadoes" to form on Long Island, experts warned.

Will There Be Justice In Our Time?

OpEd: The issues, the needs, and the problems we see now are nothing new, but what we are seeing is being examined through a new prism — a prism that refracts our today through a history that has come home to roost on the neck of America.

Long Island Shark Sighting Streak Hits Day 6

South Shore Long Island lifeguards reported a shark sighting for the sixth day in a row Saturday.

3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island

New to the Long Island dining scene are Kissaki in Water Mill, Guac Shop Mexican Grill in Seaford, and Danny's Chinese Kitchen in Massapequa.

Long Island Nonprofit Events August 2020

From paddleboarding events to Beachstock, there are plenty of fun ways to support good local causes this month.