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To address the critical shortfall of skilled young and beginning farmers and ranchers, congressional leaders, including Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley), introduced June 13 the...

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For Eddie Amodeo, a disabled Vietnam veteran, an ordinary trip to a local garage sale in 2007 led to an unexpected journey that would...

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SARATOGA SPRINGS: Following a historic 2018-19 season, Stony Brook University has claimed the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup for the first time in...

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Winning the Suffolk Championship wasn’t the goal for the Northport girls lacrosse team, though they went on to capture the Long Island title defeating...

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By John Schreck On June 8, many wrestlers from high schools and middle schools across Long Island took part in the second annual Vin Altebrando...

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Suffolk County Police are seeking the public’s help to locate a 12-year-old Port Jefferson girl who was reported missing. Victoria Masone left her home, located...

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Suffolk County Police arrested a Ridge man for allegedly leaving the scene following a motor vehicle crash that killed a woman in Miller Place...

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Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and 6th Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who allegedly stole...

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A post on a Gofundme page set up by Joseph Dwyer has confirmed Melissa Marchese, 18, of Shoreham died due to her injuries June...

Politics

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Everyone has an opinion on how to handle the border crisis. Having recently gone directly to the southwest border to talk about solutions with...

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The Long Island congressional delegation has reached a tipping point. They’re ready for the Environmental Protection Agency to take action to better address concerns...

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After a contentious back and forth between state Democrats and Republicans, the green light bill, a measure that would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain...

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Village of Belle Terre residents have spoken, electing a newcomer candidate over an incumbent during a village election June 18. Incumbent candidate Dr. Richard...

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The results are as follows: Unity Party candidates Margot Garant (Incumbent) 1519 Stan Loucks (Incumbent) 1387 Kathianne Snaden 1383 Residents First Party candidates John Jay LaValle...

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Immigrant rights groups, religious leaders, labor union groups and residents rallied in Hauppauge June 7 to advocate for a bill that would allow undocumented...

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