The Town of Hempstead and Mount Sinai South Nassau have announced that the hospital will establish a Covid-19 testing and vaccination mobile unit for town residents using more than $695,000 in CARES Act funds.
In his Jan. 13 State of the State address, Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined a $26 billion green-energy plan to increase solar and wind projects, including two offshore wind farms, one of which is slated to connect to the E.F. Barrett Generation Station in Island Park.
Though it could take many months for Covid-19 vaccines to reach a majority of the population, a number of physicians remain optimistic about the progress made so far.
Two people were arrested by Nassau County police on Tuesday after a loaded gun was found in their car following a routine traffic stop at 5 p.m.
Several nurses who worked at Mount Sinai South Nassau at the height of the coronavirus pandemic and retired in recent months have volunteered to inoculate hospital staff members and first responders there.
The Village of Island Park will receive a relief grant of more than $30,600 to help reimburse unexpected expenses that were brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Three generations of first responders from the Oceanside Fire Department received their Covid-19 vaccines at Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital on Jan. 12.
Two Hempstead Town Bay Constables were honored Tuesday for their quick action in saving the life of a man who fell into frigid waters while duck hunting near the Curtis E. Fisher West Marina in Point …
Stop & Shop continues to provide Long Island residents with faster and more convenient ways to shop, announcing a new pickup location in Oceanside at 465 Atlantic Ave. Shoppers will be able to …
With many residents stuck indoors and having to social distance during the coronavirus pandemic, an Island Park businessman has launched character brunches for children and families.
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