Supervisor Chad Lupinacci said he was within his right to act alone in suspending the public safety director for sending a sexually explicit email to subordinates.
Public to discuss proposed $12M tax break for apartments
The Babylon Industrial Development Agency is offering tax savings on a proposed apartment building near the LIRR parking garage.
Lindenhurst schools: Ill students have gastric symptoms
Officials from the Suffolk County Health Department confirmed there are no suspected cases of coronavirus, but it remained unclear what made the students sick after a week in Italy.
Top photos from around LI, NYC from February 2020
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Man killed in Center Moriches crash
Michael Crisci, 38, was driving a 2000 Lincoln southbound on Brookfield Avenue when the car left the road and struck a mailbox and trees at 7:10 a.m., police said.
Tenants evacuated during Copiague apartment blaze
Six fire departments responded to the scene at the Bunt Commons apartment complex on Wartburg Avenue, fire officials said.
Disruptions feared from expansion of travel restrictions
U.S. expansion of travel restrictions to six additional countries seen blocking family visits, work of a charity and a long-distance romance.
Police: Alcohol, shotgun stolen in home burglaries
The break-ins occurred on Jan. 30 on Sammy's Beach Road, East Hampton Town police said.
Robotics developer asks to test drones on Calverton runway
The company is seeking a lease from Riverhead Town to flight-test unmanned drones on the 7,000-foot runway at Enterprise Park.
Amtrak expected to delay further on safety fix for LIRR tracks
If Amtrak operates trains through the LIRR's territory without so-called PTC functionality after December, both agencies could be considered in violation of federal law and face steep fines.
Christie Brinkley wows crowd at ship-naming ceremony
"God bless this fine assemblage of friends, dignitaries... and Christie Brinkley," said the rabbi who presided over the naming of a new cruise ship.