Long Island’s 20 Top Tech Companies

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For this month's A-List, learn about some of Long Island's top tech companies innovating to create products and solutions for the modern world.

Nassau Police Reforms Drafted, Advocates Call for More Involvement

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Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder outlined a list of proposed reforms during a public hearing held by the Nassau County Legislature’s Public Safety committee on Thursday.

Pandemic Teaching Webinar To Provide Tips on Remote Learning

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On Jan. 12, Schneps Media hosts a panel of professionals for a webinar called “Pandemic Teaching: How to Make the Best Out of a Bad Situation.”

U.S. Transport Chief, a Long Island Native, Among Trump Aides to Quit After Capitol Violence

U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, a Syosset High School graduate, announced her resignation on Thursday, the first Cabinet member to join a list of officials of President Donald Trump's administration who are leaving in protest at the storming of the U.S. Capitol by his supporters.

How To Create A Warm, Safe Outdoor Space At Home For Hosting

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To gather together safely at your home, take a few steps to create a lovely, socially distanced space, protected from the elements and frigid winter temps.

Historic, Castle-Like North Fork Home Asks $2.2M

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The “Rosemary”, a historic, bayfront home with a castle-like appearance is listed for sale at 3345 Bay Shore Rd. in Greenport. 

Long Island Covid-19 Cases Double to 200,000 in 2 Months

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases on Long Island has doubled to more than 200,000 in slightly more than two month's time, New York State health data shows.

Suozzi Describes Scene from Capitol During Coup Attempt

U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-Glen Cove) said one Republican member of the House was in the midst of objecting to an item regarding the certification of the 2020 presidential election results when they were suddenly told to don gas masks stored under their seats.

Cuomo Boosts Pot, Sports Betting, to Help Pandemic-battered Economy

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, facing an economic chasm resulting from COVID-19 shutdowns, wants to follow neighboring New Jersey in legalizing mobile sports betting and recreational marijuana to help his state regain its financial footing.

Stony Brook Renaissance School of Medicine Dean to Retire This Year

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Dr. Ken Kaushansky, Dean of the Renaissance School of Medicine and Senior Vice President of Health Sciences (SVPHS) at Stony Brook University, will retire this year, College President Maurie McInnis announced Monday.

Sunrise Mall in East Massapequa Sold For $29.7M To Urban Edge Properties

Westfield Group has sold the Sunrise Mall, on Sunrise Highway in East Massapequa, to Urban Edge Properties for $29.7 million.

What It’s Like Raising a Child With Autism (For Me)

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Having a child on the high spectrum with Autism changes your life. I have always been a fierce mother, but having a child with special needs has made me an advocate, caretaker, and an expert at saying ‘no’ to the bull sh*t that life can throw at you.