Tag: Suffolk County

Habitat For Humanity of Suffolk Makes Homeowning Dreams A Reality

Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk County helps individuals, couples, and families achieve homeownership one house at a time.

Nassau and Suffolk Pass Police Reform Plans

Police reform is officially underway on Long Island — both Nassau and Suffolk counties have passed their respective plans to make changes to their police departments.

Covid-19 Vaccine Site Opens at Suffolk’s H. Lee Dennison Building

Suffolk County opened its fourth Covid-19 vaccination site at the H. Lee Dennison Building on Wednesday, vaccinating about 600 residents on its first day.

Suffolk Legislature Holds Hearing on Police Reform

The Suffolk County Legislature heard public comment on the county police reform task force’s drafted plan to reinvent policing on Tuesday, 14 days before the legislature will vote on a plan to submit to New York State.

New Vaccine Site to Open at Suffolk Community College Selden Campus

Suffolk County will open its third mass Covid-19 vaccination site at Suffolk Community College’s Selden campus, County Executive Steve Bellone announced.

Historic, Castle-Like North Fork Home Asks $2.2M

The “Rosemary”, a historic, bayfront home with a castle-like appearance is listed for sale at 3345 Bay Shore Rd. in Greenport. 

Stony Brook Renaissance School of Medicine Dean to Retire This Year

Dr. Ken Kaushansky, Dean of the Renaissance School of Medicine and Senior Vice President of Health Sciences (SVPHS) at Stony Brook University, will retire this year, College President Maurie McInnis announced Monday.

Why Long Island Homeowners Should Grieve Their Property Taxes

Sure, we all know what property taxes are, but how are they calculated and how can Long Island homeowners challenge their assessment and get them lowered?

Congress Blocks Sale of Plum Island in Covid-19 Relief Bill

Plum Island, an island off the coast of Long Island’s North Fork in Suffolk County, is off the market after the federal government added a provision in its Covid-19 aid and budget bill to protect the island from being sold.

Airbnb Takes Legal Action Against Guest Who Hosted Party of Hundreds...

Airbnb is pursuing legal action against a guest who rented a mansion in Brookhaven and threw a party of about 400 people over the weekend.