Hempstead Mayor Waylyn Hobbs Jr. wants to be able to give Hempstead residents a heads up about pop-up vaccine clinics.
Live performance venues were among the first to shut down and will likely be the last to reopen. That is why Long Island Cares is teaming up with local theaters and concert venues to get performers up on their feet and back at the microphone.
The coronavirus pandemic will affect Passover again. But some families say vaccinations could make this year's celebration better and safer.
The first day of vaccinations at Nassau Coliseum wasn't smooth sailing. The registration website had a glitch, and staff turned away walk-ins.
Sen. Chuck Schumer has objected to a FEMA plan to revise federal flood insurance rates. Some Long Island homeowners say they are worried they could face huge hikes in their insurance rates.
Long Island officials say that 40 people have been indicted in connection with a major narcotic trafficking ring.
Nassau University Medical Center and Nassau Veterans Service Agency are partnering to vaccinate vulnerable veterans.
All classes for seniors at Wantagh High School were moved to remote learning for the week.
Astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, a major in the U.S. Marines, considers Baldwin to be her hometown.
The economic strain of the coronavirus pandemic has more than 400,000 Long Islanders turning to food banks to feed their families.
Kolstein's Violin Shop has put musicians back on a stage. Their performances are streamed for free every Friday night.
The billion-dollar project to bring the New York Islanders back to Long Island is moving right along, despite a months-long shutdown.
Other public places including gyms, museums, and malls have been given the green light weeks ago.
At the age of 100, a school bus monitor on Long Island who has worked for more than 5 decades is finally retiring.
Cornell University, University at Buffalo, Hofstra University, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Oswego, Colgate University and SUNY Fredonia have seen outbreaks, the governor said.
About 40 people work at Jones Beach as social distance ambassadors. So what exactly do they do?
Two confirmed shark sightings in just a single day, one in Lido Beach and another in Atlantic Beach have prompted officials on Long Island to play it safe and remove everyone from the water on Saturday.
Two additional shark sightings in the waters off Long Island prompted officials to close the water to swimmers.
Another day, another shark sighting. This is turning into "Shark Week" along the Nassau County shoreline.
After a lifeguard reported seeing a large shark near shore, swimming was temporarily banned at several beaches.