After a pilot program implemented last fall, Suffolk County has made permanent an online program for handling moving violations returnable at the traffic violations agency in Hauppauge.
The survey gives the opportunity for LGBTQ individuals on Long Island to make their voices heard and feel empowered in their care, according to the study's principal investigator.
RASCAL, an after-school program providing care for Riverhead children for nearly 35 years will not return in the fall. The Riverhead Central School District has contracted with a different agency to provide the service.
Suffolk County has launched a new vaccine initiative aimed at eligible kids and camp counselors in advance of summer camps reopening.
Republicans called the collection of bills “pro-criminal” and “anti-public safety” during a press conference Friday morning outside Suffolk County Criminal Court in Riverhead. The main focus of the conference was Senate bill S15A, which would make convicts over the age of 55 eligible for review by the state’s parole board.
The North Fork Breast Health Coalition named its new stage 4 breast cancer research and support fund in honor of the late Aquebogue Elementary School kindergarten teacher Keri Lynn Stromski.
To celebrate Pride Month, Riverhead library is offering a collection of books and DVDs focused on the experience of the LGBTQ community. It is also hosting two Pride Month programs: a drag queen hour and LGBT 101.
NYU Langone relocated its Riverhead practice to a larger location on East Main Street. In addition to primary and specialty care, the site is planning expansions into pulmonology and gastroenterology as well as an endoscopy suite.