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By David Luces County legislators are looking to restrict the sales of several plastics, some harmful to health and others harmful to the environment. Suffolk County...

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By Desirée Keegan Area wrestlers once again rose to the occasion and racked up some hardware as a result. Thirteen North Shore wrestlers placed first or...

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By Bill Landon Centereach and Newfield high schools’ fencing teams competed in the Suffolk County championships Feb. 9. It was Newfield foilist Jake Hempe who stole...

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By Bill Landon Huntington and Northport girls track members put their best feet forward at the Suffolk County track & field large school championships Feb....

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The Miller Place Panthers wrestling team were at it again, cinching a League VI dual meet tournament Feb. 2 at Sayville High School for...

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By David Luces Hundreds lined up and waited to donate blood during the 9th annual Glen Ciano Blood Drive Feb. 9. The event, hosted by...

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Suffolk County’s Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to those individuals who might be...

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New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is calling for state police officers to investigate who is behind anti-Semitic graffiti discovered in Nissequogue River...

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Suffolk County Police arrested a female dental assistant Feb. 8 for allegedly stealing jewelry from patients at a dental office in Rocky Point. Arieta Gouvakis,...

Politics

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By David Luces County legislators are looking to restrict the sales of several plastics, some harmful to health and others harmful to the environment. Suffolk County...

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Suffolk County’s newest elected officials have taken their oaths of office in recent weeks, and some are still learning the ropes of their new...

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Less than a month ago, Suffolk County Comptroller John Kennedy Jr. (R) was still debating whether he would run this year for Suffolk County...

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State legislators are trying to ensure the federal government doesn’t murk up New York’s coastal waters. Both the New York State Assembly and Senate passed...

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New York State and town officials are renewing their calls for changes to be made to Long Island Power Authority’s operations as the trial...

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More than a year into his first term in office, Smithtown Supervisor Ed Wehrheim (R) believes his administration has brought a renewed sense of...

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