What national media described as a “landmark trial” began with the lawsuit on June 29, 2021, in Central Islip. It was “the first opioid case in the country where a jury rather than a judge will decide the outcome,” pointed out The New York Times. There were so many defendants that the auditorium of Touro College’s Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center became a Supreme Court trial court.
Suffolk County Water Authority presents a virtual panel discussion featuring leaders in government, business and the environment. Audience members will have the opportunity to submit questions to the panelists.
No woman has ever represented Suffolk County in the U.S. House of Representatives. This could now change with Nancy Goroff winning the Democratic nomination in New York’s First Congressional District and Jackie Gordon winning in the Second District – both … Full Story
By Lorna Luniewski On April 9, the Suffolk County Legislature approved two pieces of legislation, both sponsored by Suffolk County Legislator and Majority Leader Kara Hahn, that will reduce the use of plastic straws and ban food and beverage businesses … Full Story
By Savannah Doviak Celebrating 50 plus years of journalism and investigative reporting, Karl Grossman was recently honored at the General Meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature and is also celebrating the establishment of the Karl Grossman Research Archive. The archive, … Full Story