The embattled Suffolk County Executive has been elusive for the past few days, leaving some to wonder about the people’s business.
As the investigation continues into Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy’s campaign finances, one lawmaker is already calling for Levy to step down.
The Democrats have been preparing for this campaign for a while, but it’s a fairly open field for the Republicans.
Steve Levy announced he will not seek a third term and voluntarily turned over about $4 million in campaign funds.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy is proposing a law that would force large retail stores to be closed between noon and 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving beginning next year.
The new measure would require county residents older than 18 to register on an online registry for five years after their convictions on animal abuse charges. It was approved Tuesday.
A Long Island animal protection agency is offering a $2,000 reward for information about the person who threw two kittens out of a vehicle as it sped along a highway.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy’s “Gang Watch List” program would prevent known gang members from hanging out with each other in public areas.
As Suffolk lawmakers agree to establish a police substation in gang-plagued Huntington Station, there’s a call from the county executive to create a gang registry.
Tropical Storm Earl may have lost much of its strength on Friday, but it’s still creating dangerous conditions on Long Island.
Much of the East Coast is watching and waiting for an unwelcome guest this holiday weekend: Hurricane Earl.
Hurricane Danielle is blamed for the rough surf at the Jersey Shore Monday – but the real concern is Hurricane Earl, which is headed in our direction.
It’s as easy as tossing the unused pills in a blue colored bin.
Steve Levy has decided against running for governor as an independent.