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By Jim Ferchland The Warriors came up short against the cream of the crop for the second time this season, as the No. 2 Comsewogue...

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By Jim Ferchland The Warriors came up short against the cream of the crop for the second time this season, as the No. 2 Comsewogue...

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The Mustangs will remain in good hands this spring. The Mount Sinai indoor girls lacrosse team — led by sister sets Meaghan and Emma Tyrrell...

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By Jim Ferchland The Bulls have once again dominated League III this season. Smithtown West’s wrestling team finished the season undefeated at 6-0 with a 57-18...

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By Bill Landon Ward Melville’s wrestling team looked to cap off its undefeated regular season with another win Jan. 12, but with key competitors away...

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Port Jefferson code officers James Murdocco and Brent Broere are quick thinkers and a dynamic team, and thanks to their efforts, a young man...

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Suffolk Police have arrested a lawyer from Huntington Station Jan. 15 after he allegedly pointed a handgun at a client after a dispute. Pierre Bazile,...

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Just days before the nation celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. and his famous dream, Errol Toulon (D) made history by taking the oath as...

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When Port Jefferson Village code officers James Murdocco, Michael Hanley, Brent Broere and John Vinicombe arrived for their shifts Dec. 22, little did they...

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While the divisiveness over a proposed community dock in the Village of Poquott may be lessening, some are keeping a watchful eye on the...

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To the surprise of some residents at a Smithtown board meeting last week, Tom Lohmann was sworn in to the town council position he...

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By Kevin Redding Like a reporter punching away at keys to hit a deadline, “The Post” is fast paced, reflective and inspired in its...

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By Alex Petroski Political gridlock is nothing new in Washington, but if an agreement on a federal funding bill isn’t reached by Jan. 19, this...

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A request by Huntington’s new town board to have the state comptroller review the town’s finances was met with criticism. Huntington Town Board voted...

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By Sara-Megan Walsh A Northport advocate and Cuba Hill Road residents will have additional time to reach an understanding over a proposed Greenlawn adult home....

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