School districts in Nassau and Suffolk counties, along with the rest of the state, will be allowed to reopen, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this morning. He said he based his decision on low infection rates recorded in every region.
Tropical Storm Isaias, a swift-moving temptest that slammed Nassau Tuesday, knocked down more than a thousand trees and some 338 electric and phone wires here, said County Executive Laura Curran during a news briefing Wednesday morning.
Tropical Storm Isaias rolled across Nassau County Tuesday afternoon with relatively little rain but with sustained winds in the 30 to 50 mph range, with some gusts in excess of 70 mph, downing trees …
All of Long Island began to feel the effects of Tropical Storm Isaias, including East Meadow and Salisbury, on Tuesday afternoon when it slammed into the East Coast with heavy winds of nearly 70 mph …
Tropical Storm Isaias rolled across Nassau County Tuesday afternoon with relatively little rain, but with sustained winds in the 30 to 50 mph range, including in Lynbrook and East Rockaway. The storm brought with it gusts in excess of 70 mph, downing trees throughout the region, with some falling on homes.
Power was restored late Thursday afternoon at eateries, shops and supermarkets along Merrick Road in Merrick, from the Four Towns Fire Training Center to Babylon Turnpike, nearly two days after Tropical Storm Isaias struck.
As Tropical Storm Isaias barreled across Long Island Tuesday, it hit Rockville Centre particularly hard, causing the entire village to lose power by late afternoon. With heavy winds and gusts up to 78 miles per hour, the storm downed trees and power lines throughout the area, from Hempstead Lake State Park to commercial and residential streets.
Updated Aug. 5 at 7:35 a.m. Tropical Storm Isaias struck the Five Towns Tuesday with high winds that have felled multiple trees across the South Shore communities.
All of Long Island, including Oceanside and Island Park, has begun to feel the effects of Tropical Storm Isaias as it makes its way up the East Coast.
***This story was updated at 6 p.m.*** All of Long Island, including the Village of Freeport, felt the effects of Tropical Storm Isaias as it made its way up the East Coast, The storm was …
The Press Club of Long Island released the results on Monday of the 2019 Media Awards Monday, and the Heralds won or placed in all 10 categories that the papers entered. Awards are judged by …
Federal Judge Alvin Hellerstein agreed that Lawrence native Michael Cohen’s claim that he was scooped up by federal officials on July 9 and returned to Otisville prison in upstate New York in retaliation for writing a book about President Donald Trump and ordered the former Trump lawyer once again to be released and placed in home confinement.
This week, the Herald Community Newspapers are making a seemingly small, but we believe critical, change to our Style Guide. Going forward, the Herald will use a capital B when writing about Black people.
Lifelong Five Towns resident Shalom Maidenbaum says he was inspired to get involved in Jewish causes and support Israel by his parents when he was young.
A North Woodmere resident will be one of 42 men to try and gain the love of bachelorette Clare Crawley in the upcoming 16th season of the ABC show “The Bachelorette.” Joe Park, 36, is …
Really, I am trying not to take this personally, but it seems clearer every day that our federal government is choosing to open the economy at the expense of older Americans. When I say “expense” I’m not talking dollars . . .
U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, a Democrat from Glen Cove, has campaigned relentlessly to eliminate the $10,000 cap on deductions of state and local taxes imposed by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which President Trump shepherded through Congress.
About a thousand people — most young people — gathered on the beach in Long Beach on July 18, in clear violation of the state’s current ban . . .
I was out for a drive in mid-April, rounding the corner from Beach Street to Merrick Road in Merrick, when Emily Dickinson’s words suddenly came to my mind . . .
After months of denying that gravity exists, President Trump dropped a golf ball from the White House roof and declared that Isaac Newton was right.
It seems like we’ve been living with the coronavirus pandemic in a slow-motion time warp. But it’s time we snap out of it and beat this plague with the attitude that has characterized Americans’ character when faced with other seemingly insurmountable crises.