Town GOP have no supervisor, board candidates
Town Republican officials learned it was too late for new Suffolk GOP chairman Jesse Garcia to provide authority for two non-Republicans to run on the Republican ballot line for two town board positions.
New hire angers some Suffolk Conservatives
Nicholas LaLota, Suffolk’s Republican elections commissioner, has hired a new employee who belongs to the ...
NY Legislators file lawsuit over ban on outside income
A group of Republican state legislators announced late Friday they have filed a lawsuit to ...
Town mulls 6-month moratorium on development
Southold Town officials are studying a proposal to institute a 6-month moratorium on development on ...
Pols: NY bill would stymie Trump's offshore drilling
ALBANY — The state Legislature is looking to approve a bill its leaders believe would ...
Traffic court helps drivers get a second chance
The court, launched last month, tries to help motorists who have substance abuse and mental health issues keep or regain their driving privileges.
State report: 8 LI school districts facing fiscal stress
The number of Long Island school districts facing fiscal stress has doubled in the past year from four to eight, and two of those systems are among the most strained in New York, the state Comptroller's Office has reported.
My special collection from the beach
I collect sea glass. I have collected some from New Suffolk in Southold and Orient ...
New Suffolk police test and recruiting techniques
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart talked on Thursday about the ...
Where to eat Peconic Bay scallops on LI
Peconic Bay scallop season is off to a strong start.
Newsday endorses Palumbo in 2nd AD
Anthony H. Palumbo, 48, boasts a strong record of listening to his constituents and working ...