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Voters in more than 150 special election districts on Long Island go to the polls Tuesday -- many to elect fire commissioners who collectively control more than $300 million in public spending.
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The Suffolk Police have given notice to a Level 3 sex offender living in West Islip that he must relocate within 45 days.
The name of consumer advocate Ralph Nader made a surprise appearance Friday during a court hearing on disputed Brookhaven election ballots.
Here's a look at some of the top news stories that made headlines in and around your community this past week.
Angela Woodside and Christopher Lynam were married on Nov. 10 at St. Lawrence the Martyr Church in Sayville.
New York Communities for Change took Hempstead residents on a "Freedom Ride" bus trip through Garden City before a rally Tuesday on the steps of Garden City Village Hall to highlight the lack of affordable housing in the affluent and predominantly white village.
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St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School inducted four honorees into its Hall of Fame in November, and one is a well-known West Islip resident: Angie Carpenter, -- Community Support.
GUNTHER GRANT, INC is trading at $0.0039 per share.The stock has touched the highest of $0.01 in last 52 weeks.
"What was going on in the past, with rhetoric and policies, was harmful," Bellone said in an interview Wednesday, referring to the international attention and Justice Department investigation following the 2008 stabbing death of Marcelo Lucero, an Ecuadorean immigrant.
The Community Ambulance Company of Sayville is hosting a Shed the Meds program on Saturday, December 7 that will provide residents with the opportunity to dispose of unused or expired medications.
A firm that built solar carports at six Suffolk-owned parking lots is suing to recoup $12.5 million, claiming the county breached its contract by refusing to allow construction at a leased site at the Ronkonkoma train station.
A seven-point buck and a doe fell into an open foundation at an East Islip construction site and were rescued when Islip Town workers, state officials and the SPCA decided to create a dirt ramp for them.
The Helping Hands organization will hold its 23rd annual holiday toy drive on Wednesday, Dec. 4 at the West Islip Fire House at 309 Union Boulevard.