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By Melissa Arnold Did you ever have an imaginary friend or enjoy playing dress-up as a child? If so, then you’ve likely had an alter...

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Kyra Sommerstad, 17, lives for the water and the thrill of shaving seconds off her best swim times. Though she has been swimming competitively...

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Just over 30 years ago, in 1987, three swimmers and two boats launched from Port Jefferson. For more than 15 miles they dragged themselves...

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By Leah Chiappino Sensory Solutions of Long Island, along with Middle Country Boys Lacrosse located in Port Jeff Station, sponsored their first All Inclusive Lacrosse...

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The Ward Melville Patriots, the No. 1 seed in their league this year, completed a successful season in 2019. The team made it to the...

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Police arrested a residential community security guard for allegedly assaulting a visitor Wednesday, Aug. 14. Suffolk County Police said John Ruggiero, while working as a...

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Suffolk County 6th precinct police officers are trying to identify and locate a woman who allegedly stole merchandise from a Port Jefferson store in July. A...

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Suffolk County Police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed the Miller Place Chase Bank the afternoon of Monday, Aug. 12. Police said a...

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Suffolk County Police arrested a Selden teenager Aug. 11 following two car crashes, one which seriously injured a pedestrian. The teen was allegedly driving...

Politics

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Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol, at the Aug. 6 Town of Huntington board meeting, gave special recognition to Melville-based online retailer John’s Crazy Socks, which...

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At the Long Island Power Authority’s July 24 board meeting, Larry Kelly, a trial attorney, described at a public comment session how LIPA in...

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For Will Ferraro, a Selden resident running for Town of Brookhaven supervisor in elections this fall, his campaign is about making solutions.  “I’m running for...

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Close to 200 people, including activists, survivors, faith leaders and elected officials filled a room at Haypath Park in Old Bethpage, Aug. 6, to...

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Mass shootings and gun violence have rocked the nation, leaving people to ask the question:  What can be done to stop the violence? New York...

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For the third time this month, Long Islanders on July 27 joined hands in Huntington to protest the mistreatment of immigrant children and families...

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