Suffolk Co. Police Recruit Pool Smaller This Year Than Years PastOne of the largest and highest paid police departments in the nation is looking for more than a few good men and women.
Suffolk IT Commissioner Donald Rodgers Resigns Prior To Guilty PleaProsecutors said Rodgers failed to report ownership of a consulting firm and income from the firm on his county financial disclosure form.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone Signs Carbon Monoxide Detector LawThe Steve Nelson Safety Act comes in response to the death of a restaurant manager in February.
Plan Afoot In Suffolk To Merge County, Parks PoliceA plan has been launched to merge parks police with county police departments in Suffolk County.
Suffolk County Legislator Wants To Waive Fees On Dismissed TicketsA legislator in Suffolk County has made a move to waive administrative fees associated with dismissed traffic tickets.
Demolition Begins On Long-Decaying Bavarian Inn On Lake RonkonkomaDemolition has begun for an eyesore on Long Island that had become a haven for gangs and the homeless, but what comes next for the former Bavarian Inn?
New Safety Hotline Coming To Suffolk County SchoolsA new safety system will soon be available to schools and colleges in Suffolk County, so they can establish immediate contact with police if a person with a gun enters the building.
Suffolk County Considers Installing Panic Buttons At SchoolsEducation officials said they are looking for guidance in enhancing their current security strategy in the wake of the shootings at a Newtown, Conn. elementary school.
Suffolk County Approves Reduced Layoff ListOriginally the plan called for 464 layoffs but County Executive Steve Bellone had revised the list to reduce the number of those being let go while reaping the same savings.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone Declares Fiscal EmergencyWe've seen bitter budget wrangling in Nassau County, but now Long Island’s county to the east, Suffolk, is getting hit with its own budget crisis.