Glen Cove Native Signs Minor League Deal With New York Mets

Glen Cove native Joe Suozzi is on the path to living out his dream of taking the field for the New York Mets after signing a minor league deal with the organization.

App Provides State-Of-The-Art Telemedicine For Pets

Petriage, a telemedicine app for pets, is helping people care for the four-legged friends remotely.

Oceanside Native Ready For Return To Baseball

Former Oceanside High School pitcher Kyle Martin just completed his first season of professional baseball in 2019 with the Baltimore Orioles.

Curran Column: We Listened And Now We Need To Pass The HEROES Act

The hardship from our weeks of quarantine with COVID-19 impacts continues to wreak havoc on our local economy.

Anton Classifieds—July1-7, 2020

Anton Classifieds—July1-7, 2020

Column: Back To The Beaches

I’ve been sneaking out of the house and going to the beach during the pandemic. Apparently, I’m not alone, as I have encountered many others with the same idea.

Column: Reflecting On The Strangulation Death Of George Floyd

The video footage is excruciating, with 8 minutes and 45 seconds of having the life squeezed out of you with three grown men kneeling on you. 

Curran Addresses Safety Concerns Due To Firework Complaints

In response to a 400 percent increase in reports of illegal fireworks sales, County Executive Curran announced a new email tipline, FireworksSales@NassauCountyNY.Gov for residents to report the illegal sale or delivery of fireworks in Nassau County.

Battle Of The Brews: The Debate Between Hot And Iced Coffee

Long Island Weekly editors Caroline Ryan and Frank Rizzo debate what's better: Hot or iced coffee. 

Column: Reflecting On The Strangulation Death Of George Floyd

The video footage is excruciating, with 8 minutes and 45 seconds of having the life squeezed out of you with three grown men kneeling on you. 

Curran Column: We Listened And Now We Need To Pass The HEROES Act

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Click here for LIW's listing of 2018 fireworks displays The below list is from 2017. There are dozens of spectacular fireworks displays around the Island this...

Glen Cove Native Signs Minor League Deal With New York Mets

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North Hempstead Quiets Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers

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Anton Classifieds—June 24-30, 2020

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Petriage, a telemedicine app for pets, is helping people care for the four-legged friends remotely.

Prenatal Care In The Wake Of COVID-19

In light of the virus, NYU Langone has created more flexible prenatal care options.

As Universities Cancel Commencements, Graduates Find New Ways To Celebrate

College graduates may not have gotten the pomp and circumstance that they expected in May, but many have found other ways to celebrate with friends and family. 

Virtual Mental Health And Wellness Workshop For First Responders

Molloy College Mental Health and Wellness Center is inviting doctors, nurses, EMTs, health care workers, police officers and firefighters to a free virtual COVID-19 Mental Health and Wellness Workshop.

Photos: Long Island’s Class of 2020 Celebrates, Social Distance Style

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