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$3 million in grants for Suffolk homeless programs

Today, Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) announced the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $2,900,950 in Continuum of Care grants to local homeless assistance programs …

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that he would voluntarily return $40,000 in salary to taxpayers over the next four years. The county executive announced that he would take a pay cut …

On Jan. 1, an array of criminal justice laws became effective in New York State, after several bills were passed in the legislature last year. One of the laws — the gathering of evidence for …

After six years serving the Suffolk County Legislature as the presiding officer, Legis. DuWayne Gregory (D-Amityville) stepped down, accepting a position on the Town of Babylon board.  To …

Isabella Scuteri is a senior at Patchogue-Medford High School with a passion for writing, as the editor-in-chief of The Red and Black newspaper. She also is a fashionista; an AP scholar student; a …

The Red Door Chamber Players have received a 2020 LI Creative Learning grant in conjunction with the Cultural Arts Committee of the William Floyd Community Summit​ ​to offer their Red Door …

A study performed by the New York State Department of Health deemed that the cancers found in teachers at Frank P. Long Intermediate School “do not appear unusual.” The study looked at …

If you’re from Medford, you most likely know ErinKelly Connell and her right-hand man, Tex Dennerlein. The previous Chamber board member and Girl Scout leader duo is known for their …

The Suffolk County Water Authority Board recently approved a $20 quarterly fee to be added to customer bills beginning Jan. 1, 2020 to pay for the cost of developing and operating treatment systems …

The developer who planned a mixed-use property on the corner of Main Street and Montauk Highway in East Patchogue has decided not to continue, according to Brookhaven Town officials. Councilman Neil …

How wild turkeys have surged on Long Island

The first meeting should be held sometime in December. 

Long Island Pine Barrens Society executive director Richard Amper made his official announcement today, that 57,676 acres of the Pine Barrens Core and 52,000 acres of the Compatible Growth area have been protected, at a location that illustrates protection best, the 2,000-acre Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge in Shirley.

Bellone and Kennedy talk budget and other topics.

A compiled list of the Suffolk County candidates up for election on Nov. 5.

Getting to business in the county 

Pushing for economic development and improved water quality

Funding for the Hospital Road Bridge, located in East Patchogue, was announced in 2016. Not much has been announced since.

Long Island vet, runner, and trainer has been running since his stint in the Army

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