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During Black History Month, we stop to consider not only the progress we have made towards equality in this country, but also the ongoing issues facing our Black youth every day. Historically, …

On Feb. 3, Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine and members of the Town Council were joined by a bipartisan group of state legislators, village mayors and other elected officials to speak out …

On Wednesday, Jan. 2, the New York State Legislature passed new boundary lines for the state Assembly, state Senate districts and New York’s congressional delegation. In 2014, New York State …

You have to have an innate connection with young people to ignite them towards activism. Art Cooley, Bellport High School’s science teacher of ornithology and advanced biology from 1956 to …

When you’re a member of law enforcement, you never know what the next assignment will bring. This was the case for two officers who recently assisted a Ridge woman after she delivered her baby …

T here are piles of snow outside, even still, since the last storm. The snow was followed by freezing rain later in the week, and cold weather is expected to last for some time, even with local …

A winter storm dropped more than 23 inches of snow on Long Island Friday night into Saturday leaving local residents with a Sunday filled with digging out or playing in the snow. The National …

Every American household is allowed four free COVID-19 tests as part of a federal initiative to get more people tested. As a result, 60 million American households ordered tests when they became …

Despite loving dogs her whole life, Rebecca (“Becky”) Seeba never envisioned the business and career she currently has. “I went to school for pre-physical therapy,” Seeba …

Residents at the Village Walk Senior Living in Patchogue took to the sunroof to build snowmen with the life enrichment staff.

William Floyd High School junior and talented student-artist Hailey Green has been selected to have her artwork grace the cover of this year’s William Floyd High School yearbook, a rare feat …

Former Suffolk County Legis. Rob Calarco is now serving as the assistant regional director for the New York State Department of Conservation (Region 1) after seeking reelection to his sixth and final …

On Monday, Jan. 3, in a tense meeting, the New York State Independent Redistricting Commission voted along party lines on two separate sets of lines. The meeting started on a cordial note, with …

There is no more sumptuous and decadent double feature than Pablo Larraín’s “Spencer” and Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci.” As only the former is available …

Yes, Virginia. There are examples of elected officials on both sides of the aisle who work together to craft good results for their constituents. Suffolk County Legis. Rob Calarco, a Democrat, and …

Legis. Rob Calarco leaves his post with an impressive list of accomplishments. Although he was a bit reluctant to name them, here’s a list of some of the major projects we’ve written …

Who is ready for 2022? But, before we enter the New Year, it’s a good time to look back at some of the stories that made it into our papers in 2021. January Our local veterans received …

It’s been a long, bittersweet, illuminating road for Campbell Dalglish’s documentary “Savage Land.” The East Patchogue filmmaker, writer, producer, playwright, and City …

The unstoppable and dedicated duo, father and son Michael and Alex Vargas, have a new venture in Vargas Boxing at Pro Fit Sports in Deer Park. Alex, the Bellport behemoth better known as “El …

How does Santa get around the world in one night? Well, according to Joe and James Paviglianiti, it’s done by the work of twins… twin Santas, that is. The brother-duo have been …

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