While many school districts may be hustling to comply with a newly enacted law requiring water tests for lead content, Shelter Island isn’t among them. (more…)
Riders of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) will no longer have to scramble to buy tickets at the station in the waning seconds before the doors to their train close. (more…)
Boaters caught operating their vessels while intoxicated will now have any previous drunken driving convictions used against them to strengthen penalties. (more…)
Shelter Islanders as well as other residents of Suffolk County and New York State will soon be getting higher utility bills.
The state Public Service Commission (PSC) last week approved, despite strong opposition, a $7.6 billion bailout of aging nuclear power plants in upstate New York that their owners have said are uneconomic to run without government support. (more…)