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Harmony Café and Eileen’s Home for the Holidays are gearing up to serve hundreds of holiday meals to the community this week. Harmony Café will serve a free takeout dinner at …

A “through-the-fence” (TTF) agreement recognized by the FAA and dating back to the 1960s and semi-formalized in the 1970s with annual fees between November Romeo LLC (on the Halstead …

What better way to offer some volunteerism than to babysit an adorable puppy? But not just any puppy—an in-training Canine Companions Labrador retriever, golden retriever, or a cross of the two …

LI Arts announced that Long Island’s nonprofit arts and culture industry generated $330 million in economic activity in 2022, according to the newly released Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 …

The Seiskaya Ballet’s “Nutcracker” has become a perennial holiday favorite on Long Island.  This year’s staging of …

Looking to save water? The Suffolk County Water Authority has some ideas, including watering your lawn only every other day. That was one of the conservation ideas SCWA representatives …

Scientists at Stony Brook University have completed their assessment of water quality in Long Island’s surface waters for 2023. The findings were released during a press conference held at …

Last week, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Legis. Dominick Thorne, presiding officer Kevin McCaffrey, and Legis. Jim Mazzarella were on hand to award funding from the JumpSMART …

On Saturday, Oct. 28, as the main event of a sold-out Paramount Theater in Huntington, Bellport boxer Alex “El Toro” Vargas won the WBA Continental USA Super Lightweight title and belt by …

Only about 25 percent of properties in Suffolk County are connected to sewers, compared with three-quarters in Nassau County. That was one of the takeaways from a presentation Suffolk County …

Every year around this time, Brookhaven National Lab hosts the New York Wildfire and Incident Management Academy (NYWIMA). This year, the academy took place from Oct. 20 to Oct. 27. Over 260 people …

Save The Great South Bay, a local 501(c)3 environmental non-profit, is launching the South Shore Bays Unified Water Stud y, a pilot program using an innovative water quality monitoring protocol. This …

On Friday, St. Joseph’s University cut the ribbon on a $17 million student center on its Patchogue campus that school officials say will offer a much-needed place for students to socialize and …

Republican incumbent Dominick Thorne will be running against Democratic contender Ryan McGarry, a resident of Patchogue Village and county public servant, for Suffolk County Legislature in the 7th …

They popped up on wanted posters all over Long Island and New York State, grossed out hundreds of New Yorkers who often used a broom to sweep them from sidewalks, and they love to hitch a ride on …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone recently announced the county will issue a request for proposal (RFP) for the development of a new Seaweed Cultivation Program in Peconic Bay and Gardiners Bay. …

Ed Romaine (R) vs. Dave Calone (D) Former federal and state prosecutor Dave Calone (D) and current Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine will be vying for the Suffolk County executive seat as …

Human trafficking is happening in Suffolk County and often goes unrecognized. That was the message from a conference the Town of Brookhaven’s Office of Women’s Services held Saturday …

The book is funny. Really. Hilariously, irreverently, off-the-top funny. In “Spike Unleashed” (Post Hill Press), a sequel to “The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog” by …

SEPA Mujer is set to celebrate their 30th anniversary Gala Celebration, “Honoring our Past, Inspiring our Future,” reflecting on our journey of advocacy and progress throughout the years. …

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