Creighton gets Smithtown Conservative nod
In Sayville closed on Montauk Highway/Rt-27a EB after Broadway Ave and before CO Hwy 97/Nicolls Rd in Bayport In Bayport closed on Montauk Highway/Rt-27a WB after CO Hwy 97/Nicolls Rd and before Broadway Ave in Sayville In Islip Terrace road construction.
Wed May 15, 2013
Benghazi emails describing 'talking points' released to the public
In Nassau Cnty road construction. two lanes closed on The Northern St Pkwy WB between Post Ave/X32 and The Grand Central Pkwy In Nassau Cnty road construction.
Sun May 12, 2013
Smithtown GOP convention meets Monday night
The intraparty battle between Smithtown Supervisor Patrick Vecchio and Councilman Robert Creighton will have its first test Monday night when Republican leaders meet to endorse their standard-bearer. At the party's convention, leaders are expected to nominate one of the two men to run in November for the seat Vecchio has held for 36 years.
Golf fees increased at Smithtown Landing
The Smithtown Town Board has unanimously approved a $1-per-round golf fee increase at the town-owned Smithtown Landing Country Club.
Sat May 11, 2013
Empire State News
Two men killed, woman and child critically injured in Long Island crash
Suffolk County Police are investigating a head-on motor vehicle crash that killed two men and critically injured a woman and her child in Deer Park yesterday afternoon.
Fri May 10, 2013
1 World Trade Center hits symbolic height
Cranes slowly pulled the last section of the 408-foot spire on top of One World Trade Center on Thursday.
Wed May 08, 2013
NCC president search must start over, activists tell board
In Smithtown two lanes blocked on Rt-347/Nesconset Hwy EB at Rt-111/Hauppauge Rd.
Tue May 07, 2013
Smithtown settles suit in 2 boat ramp deaths
Smithtown officials unanimously authorized a $560,000 settlement Tuesday with the families of two Centereach men who died in 2008 after driving off a town-owned boat ramp into the Nissequogue River.
Smithtown officials move to haul industrial biz into court
Smithtown officials voted unanimously Tuesday to authorize town attorneys to ask a state judge to issue a restraining order against a Kings Park industrial site for alleged zoning code infractions.
Smithtown board to hear town code amendment request for outdoor dining
A Smithtown architect plans to ask the Smithtown Town Board at its meeting today to amend its code to allow outdoor dining in a particular zone where it is prohibited.
Mon May 06, 2013
Winner: Jonathan Rudick
Jonathan Rudick of Smithtown recently received the Faculty Early Career Development Program Award from the National Science Foundation for his "outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of both education and research," the organization said.
Sun May 05, 2013
Smithtown seeks to compel changes at Kings Park industrial park
Smithtown officials are mulling plans to phase out businesses in the Kings Park industrial park that neighbors say cause problems such as traffic, noise and sickening odors.
Fri May 03, 2013
Systems manager arrested for hacking former employer's network
A 41-year-old systems manager was arrested for allegedly disrupting his former employer's network after he was passed over for promotions, leading him to quit his job and take revenge, the FBI said.
Thu May 02, 2013
Hurricane Sandy dog now free from quarantine and looking for a home
A four-year-old lab/retriever mix, given the name Midnight, is now out of quarantine after spending six months in lockup for rabies observation.* Midnight's tale began back in October, when he was found by Mary Pellegrino as he wandered the streets of Brooklyn.
Officials: Smithtown man charged with hacking
A former programmer and systems manager at a Hauppauge company was arrested Thursday morning by FBI agents on a charge of hacking into the businesses' computer system and causing $90,000 in damages, according to officials.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Smithtown lawmaker seeks restoration of $2-million in proposed cuts
The Suffolk Legislature's minority leader John M. Kennedy Jr. plans to seek to restore about $2 million in proposed capital budget cuts that he maintains would imperil efforts to stem flooding, improve highway safety and save historic buildings in Smithtown.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Spirited debate over St. James winery plan
Supporters and detractors engaged in a heated debate last week on the merits of a St.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
'Frustrated' exec to challenge Suffolk County Legislature GOP incumbent
A Smithtown business executive has been tapped by town Democrats to challenge Suffolk Legis.
Smithtown man admits to stealing $3.1M in retirement savings
A Smithtown man who authorities said created a false persona, misrepresenting his job, his background and even his investment expertise to bilk victims out of millions of dollars, pleaded guilty to felony fraud charges Friday in U.S. District Court in Central Islip.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Audit: Village of the Branch may have made 'poor business decision'
The Village of the Branch hired an independent contractor to inspect buildings and allowed him to collect more than $70,000 in fees, going against standard practice, according to a state audit released this week.