Southold PD investigating inaction on calls about party for retired cop
Chief Martin Flatley said that though the police blotter did not show any phone calls from residents, he has since learned that they were made but were not acted upon.
Southold Police faulted for not halting cop's retirement party
Residents said they called in their concerns about the large gathering, which would violate Cuomo's executive order, but Chief Flatley said he didn't get any calls or know of the celebration beforehand.
Star chef to host benefit dinner in Cutchogue
The event -- to be held next month -- will benefit the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund.
Long Island's newest winery opens in Cutchogue
Sannino Vineyard is the conclusion of a four-year planning and building process.
Bill would shield DMV workers from license law
The GOP bill comes as the effective date nears for a NYS law permitting those in the country illegally to obtain driver's licenses.
Braun Seafood Co. starts to rebuild after fire
The "gut-wrenching" fire destroyed hundreds of thousands of dollars of fish and shellfish for one of the major suppliers in the Northeast.
10 spots to find the no-muss, no-fuss Hamptons
From Peconic on the North Fork to Amagansett on the South Fork, summer is quieter and more relaxing, residents say.
LI, upstate families urge limo safety after crashes
The parents came to Albany to testify because they said avoiding another horrific limo crash this prom and graduation season is one of the things that keeps them going as they continue to be gripped in tragedy.
Long Island schools: Where your tax dollars go
Administrative costs in Long Island's 124 public school districts for the current academic year now top $1 billion, and total expenses are approaching $13 billion, a Newsday review of state-mandated budget figures finds.
Union: Stop digital tests in grades 3-8
"We're not sure whether it measures what students know, or whether it's measuring their computer skills," said Jolene DiBrango, the union's executive vice president.