The incoming chancellor’s remarks—made the same day as the gathering at East Islip Middle School—consequently carry enormous weight. Education advocates therefore view her acknowledgement that she’d “opt-out” as indication of a historically seismic shift—an alignment, even—away from the state’s long-held support of Common Core, and toward what opponents term “common sense” education policy.
Here's what's up for the Independence Day weekend.
Christine Stulsky pleaded guilty Wednesday at Suffolk County court to grand larceny.
U.S. Marshals have apprehended a reputed MS-13 gang member who investigators linked to two shootings within a four-day span on the East End, authorities...
What better way to celebrate the Independence Day than by attending one of the many fireworks shows hosted across Long Island this weekend?
“What happened at Legal Seafood was a warning shot that cannot be ignored,” an EMS worker who was among those sickened while treating victims at Walt Whitman Shops told Huntington lawmakers considering expanding CO detector regulations.