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“Eat well, live well” was the tagline for the Greater Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce annual Health & Wellness Fest, which was held April...

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By Victoria Espinoza Students at Little Sprouts Preschool in Northport helped Earth Day blossom this year with a school project. Amy Dolce, director at Little Sprouts,...

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By Kevin Redding A Rocky Point mother took the school district to task at a board meeting last week after, she said, nothing was done...

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As the number of drug-related overdoses on the Long Island grows, one parent refuses to bury his head in the sand. On the one-year anniversary...

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It’s time to connect sugars to metabolic dysfunction. As a quick reminder, sugar is a paired unit made up of glucose and fructose.  These...

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One young Huntington resident decided to take an individual religion project and turn it into a community-wide effort. Lydia Murphy was assigned a confirmation class...

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By Rita J. Egan When James Riordan, 82, died in 2016 after battling lung cancer, many would think his greatest contribution to the world was...

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By Heidi Sutton The Three Village area, which consists of Setauket, Stony Brook and Old Field, is rich with history and picturesque beyond words,...

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Panera Bread presented a check for $61,607 to Island Harvest, Long Island’s largest hunger relief organization, on April 5. The funds were collected from...

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The historic Stony Brook Grist Mill (circa 1751), Harbor Road, Stony Brook Village will officially open for the season on April 22 from noon...

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