Suffolk County Opens Solar Carport In HauppaugeSuffolk County is continuing to try and lead the way in renewable energy with the opening of a new solar energy project in the county seat.
Dept. Of Justice Turns Up Heat On Suffolk PD Over Hate Crimes Against LatinosAfter a two-year investigation, the Justice Department is urging the Suffolk County Police Department to change procedures for hate crime investigations involving Latinos. The feds cite the case of Marcelo Lucero.
Cleanup, Power Restoration Begins On Long Island After Irene's VisitThe massive storm dumped rain, flooded streets and created dangerous storm surges along parts of the Long Island coast.
Mangano: National Guard Working With Police In Nassau CountyResidents in coastal areas of Long Island are being told to evacuate their homes as Hurricane Irene makes its way up the East Coast.
Suffolk County Police Find 2-Year-Old Boy Wandering Alone In Smithtown Suffolk County police discovered the toddler wandering by himself just after 1:30 a.m. Thursday near Terry Road and Town Line Court.
Suffolk County Officials File Papers To Create Anti-Gang Zone In WyandanchSuffolk County officials are seeking a preliminary injunction to restrain 37 self-admitted gang members from associating within a two-square-mile "Safety Zone'' in Wyandanch.
Long Island Sees Double-Digit Drop In Crime RateCrime on Long Island is down significantly, according to new stats from the New York State Department of Criminal Services.
Suffolk County Preserving Land For Future GenerationsIn the last 50 years, Suffolk County has preserved 58,000 acres of land through the Open Space Program.
Suffolk County Passes Animal Abuse BillCounty legislators Tuesday passed legislation that bars pet stores, breeders and animal shelters from selling or giving animals to people listed on Suffolk's animal abuse registry.
Bellone Announces Run for Suffolk County ExecutiveBabylon town supervisor Steve Bellone threw his hat into the ring for Suffolk County executive.
Steve Levy Denies Firing Suffolk County Police Commish Richard DormerSteve Levy was steaming mad about Dormer publicly disclosing too much information about the Long Island serial killer case and fired him, according to a report in the New York Post.