Village police department approves body cameras for officers
Officials in Head of the Harbor — population 1,475 — said police will use body-worn cameras after evaluating the social unrest around the country.
Private schools seek flexibility from state mandates to return to the classrooms
"With smaller numbers of students, we can open without as much worry over social distancing," the head of one such school said.
Ross Saddlemire: Father and husband who forged a career in flight
Saddlemire became a pilot with the U.S. Air Force and then American Airlines for three decades.
Judge cites likely violations in construction of DEC headquarters in park
A judge doesn't order a work stoppage at Nissequogue River State Park, but he issues a March 19 deadline for state agencies and a nonprofit that sued over the project to offer a solution.
Some have lost patience with number of deer in village
Head of the Harbor is testing birth control for the animals, but some residents and officials are calling for recreational hunting or a cull.
Nonprofit will argue to stop work at Nissequogue park
The group said construction at the park is too close to the waterfront and would disrupt those who walk and hike in the area.
Nissequogue road in danger of sliding into river, officials say
"River Road is sliding into the river again," a village official said at a board meeting, adding that "eventually ... It won't be there."
Nonprofit sues state to block DEC headquarters
A proposed 30,000-square-foot facility in Nissequogue River State Park near the river and the Long Island Sound will have "adverse effects," opponents said.
De Blasio honors those who lobbied for 9/11 health fund
Still-ailing first responders and volunteers were honored for their efforts that eventually convinced Congress to renew the fund through 2092.
Dozens urge board to reject billionaire's 'tool shed' plans
Head of the Harbor residents say Robert Mercer's proposal for a maintenance facility on his estate is too big.