Police: Driver Says Brakes Failed in W. Babylon Crash That Injures 3
A Mastic Beach woman told police that the brakes on her SUV failed and caused her to run a red light, triggering a three-car crash in West Babylon Tuesday morning.
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Long Island areas to get flood-buffer funding
Several areas on Long Island will get about $16 million in federal funding to buy storm-damaged properties and turn them into flood buffers.
Suffolk County: 40 More Mosquito Samples Show West Nile Virus
Health officials say evidence of West Nile virus is present in 40 mosquito samples recently collected throughout Suffolk County, and are urging residents to limit opportunities for mosquitoes to breed by eliminating standing water near their homes.
Weekend Outlook: Grow Your Own, The Ren Faire
Summer isn't over, but there are only two weekends left. So you got to pack it all in before it's too late.
Marathon Concert to Help Raise Money to Keep Doors Open at Mastic Beach Hebrew Center
August 18, 2014 - The Mastic Beach Hebrew Center is in danger of closing its doors, but not if young Sarah Reich has her way.
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Comptroller DiNapoli Releases Municipal Audits
ALBANY, N.Y., Aug. 15 -- The New York State Comptroller issued the following news release: New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli today announced his office completed audits of the Village of Catskill, Town of East Fishkill, Hughsonville Fire District, Lumberland Fire Department, Village of Mastic Beach, South Farmingdale Water District and ... (more)
Mastic Beach Hebrew Center could be forced to close
A Suffolk Jewish center is in danger of closing down after servicing the community for more than half a century.
Occupational Therapy Program Helps Students Achieve Childhood Rite of Passage
A group of William Floyd teachers, teaching assistants and others, led by William Floyd School District occupational therapist Ed Diaz, have been volunteering to help ... Mastic Beach, NY, July 30, 2014 A group of William Floyd teachers, teaching assistants and others, led by William Floyd School District occupational therapist Ed Diaz, have been ... (more)