Jay Goldberg said the town's three-hour time limit for handicapped parking spaces on Main Street imposes a hardship on those with disabilities.
Suffolk wants to help governments cut electric bills
The program will allow municipalities to save by pooling their buying power when purchasing energy-saving LED lighting, efficient windows and other building fixes.
Forecast: Possible swipe from Barry remnants ahead
Friday could well be Day 1 of the season's first heat wave, which is at least three days in a row of 90 degrees or up.
Bellone: $7M pothole plan will fill 'em quickly
Suffolk residents who complain about dangerous potholes will see them filled within 48 hours, County Executive Steve Bellone said.
'I am in hell': LI moms feature kids' letters from camp on Instagram
Two sisters who grew up on LI started the account because "misery loves company."
Suffolk to consider banning release of balloons
The bill, if approved, would amend current county law, passed in 2002, that limits releases to 25 balloons in one day.
Police: Man charged after fatal hit-and-run
A Mattituck man fled the scene of a crash in St. James that killed a jogger on Sunday afternoon, Suffolk County police said.
Notable deaths: Long Islanders we recently lost
Remember notable Long Islanders who recently died.
LI's Catholic colleges see record enrollment
Molloy College and St. Joseph's College are hitting enrollment highs at a time when many young people are pushing back against organized religion.
Riverhead board may adopt Climate Smart pledge
It would be the third East End town to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to climate change.
Residents critical of proposed housing tax deal
Civic leaders and a Brookhaven councilwoman worry about the impact of potential tax breaks for senior apartments at Heatherwood Golf and Villas.