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  Suffolk County district attorney Ray Tierney wants ShotSpotter back. He’s calling for its installation in nine communities where gun violence is up: North Amityville, Huntington …

On July 30 at 5 p.m., Harmony Café will be hosting a fundraiser at the HOG Farm to raise money for the numerous programs they run for those in need. The Hog Farm is based out of Brookhaven and …

On Saturday, July 16, the Long Island Dog Owners’ Group hosted its seventh annual Beach Party at the off-leash dog park at Mud Creek. With sand and sea abound, the four-legged partygoers …

For spectacular sights and perfumed sea air, a local cruise off Montauk will introduce you to a Long Island sightseeing staple from a wholly sea perspective. The Easy Breeze cruise company, …

Former federal and state prosecutor Dave Calone announced his candidacy last week to be the next Suffolk County executive. Current county executive Steve Bellone is term limited and will leave office …

Last week, Legis. Dominick Thorne and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services hosted a virtual community meeting to educate the residents of Canaan Lake about the grant opportunities for …

Try being a beautiful mermaid with a glorious singing voice, yearning to be free of her underwater life. There’s a kind king for a father who wants to protect his daughter; a fabulously wicked …

Cutchogue resident and Mattituck American Legion Post 861 public information officer Lisa A. Dabrowski found a Purple Heart at a yard sale in Southold. The award belonged to late Army veteran Robert …

The New York SAFE Act prevents criminals and the dangerously mentally ill from buying guns, cracks down on illegal guns and bans only the most dangerous assault weapons. The legislation includes …

On Tuesday, June 28, the 17-year anniversary of the tragic day of Operation Red Wings, the Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum held its ribbon cutting in West Sayville to a crowd of over …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a local lecture on historical topics. This week, she met with Eric Forsyth, the …

Published by the Dorrance Publishing Co., “Harry Hampton” is a new book by local author David R. Tiffany. Recommended for ages 8 to 10, it is a 68-page paperback chapter book about the …

Long Island’s largest and longest-running four-day music festival is finally back. Presented by the Blue Point Brewing Co., Great South Bay Music Festival will be celebrating its 14th …

William S. Burroughs is a complicated icon. A literary trailblazer who killed his wife. A revolutionary of the beat writers who came from a wealthy family. The new book “Fever Spores: The Queer …

In honor of National Mental Health Awareness month in May, coach Shannon Maloney, South Ocean Middle School health teacher, and her South Ocean Middle School softball team of girls helped raise …

On Friday, June 3, National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone and the Suffolk County Police Department held a press conference highlighting the ways the police …

In an email to potential supporters, Ryan McGarry, a resident of Patchogue Village, declared his candidacy for Suffolk County Legislature last week.  McGarry, who will be running as a …

The American Legion Post 269 was joined by the local Amvets and VFW in placing over 500 flags on local graves last weekend. The effort began at 10 a.m. in Cedar Grove, then made its way to Lakeview …

It’s been an interesting six months for Islip tax receiver Andy Wittman, who was newly elected to the position after his predecessor Alexis Weik campaigned for and won the 2021 NYS Senate …

Memorial Day has often been a tough sell for me with “happy” in front of it. The observance of Memorial Day traces its roots to Decoration Day, which started when family members and the …

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