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July 14 and 15 the Setalcott Nation hosted its annual Native American Corn Festival and Pow-Wow at Setauket Elementary School. For two days, the...

Sports

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By Desirée Keegan The fireworks came a day late for a group of Suffolk senior softball players. A thriller ensued in a battle between some of...

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By Desirée Keegan Although North fell to South in a 10-9 overtime thriller during the Under Armour All-America lacrosse game in Maryland June 30, featuring...

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Gavin Buda’s first word was “ball.” “True story,” the Harborfields dual-sport standout athlete said. “I’ve been playing sports as far back as I can remember.” Baseball...

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By Bill Landon After a New York City 30-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass, the team went for a two-point conversion to outright win its third...

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Suffolk County police found Eric Williams, 27, dead inside a house on Vanderbilt Boulevard in Oakdale July 16. According to SCPD 6th squad detectives, Williams'...

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By Amanda Perelli Republicans and Democrats in Suffolk County are having trouble getting on the same page. Amid a greater fight over the issuance and ultimately...

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It was no sweat for the Town of Huntington officials to open their first interactive spray water park July 11 to the sound of...

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The decisive and brave actions of a Suffolk County Police Department 6th Precinct officer likely saved a life Wednesday morning. Officer James Behrens rescued two...

Politics

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They’ve got the power. Brookhaven Town voted 6-0 in favor of lifting a restrictive covenant on an application by Caithness Energy LLC to construct a...

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Officials believe one of the few things that stands in the way of further erosion of Port Jefferson Village’s East Beach, which sits on...

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Though the fight over lump bonding in the Suffolk County Legislature is not over yet, both parties are looking to find common ground. County Executive...

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The Town of Smithtown now knows it faces an estimated price tag of $7 to $10 million to bring St. James sewage systems into...

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Elected officials in Brookhaven Town are taking steps that could both lengthen and shorten their time in office. The board voted to hold a public...

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By Sara-Megan Walsh A Nesconset man was arrested for allegedly making a terroristic threat against a campaign worker at  U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin’s (R-Shirley) headquarters...

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