Real Estate

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By Samantha Rutt A significant shift is coming to Long Island’s real estate market, with the National Association of Realtors agreeing to a settlement that...

Arts & Lifestyles

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By Tara Mae Beach trash becomes community treasure when Gallery North partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island, Atlantic Marine Conservancy, and Center...

Politics

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By Mallie Jane Kim East Setauket Pond Park is due for a facelift next year, and Brookhaven Town Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich (D-Stony Brook) is assembling...

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By Daniel Dunaief Forever is wonderful when it comes to love, but not so much when it comes to chemicals that don’t break down and...

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In 2022, the Legislature passed a resolution that each Legislator shall designate a Diversity Champion for their district in April of every year. The...

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By Brian Monahan At the Three Village Civic Association meeting on April 1, residents listened to a presentation regarding the legislative effort in Albany to...

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Suffolk County Legislators Rob Trotta and Leslie Kennedy joined hospital officials at the return of its community health fair on the grounds of St....

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Recent setbacks in East Beach bluff stabilization project have officials and residents on edge  By Lynn Hallarman East Beach is a village-owned strip of sandy shoreline...

Police & Fire

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Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Sixth Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man...

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Steven Reid is Expected to be Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison Followed by Five Years of Post-Release Supervision Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond A....

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While Serving Probation for a Prior Felony Conviction, Desmond Roberts was Found in Possession of a Loaded Handgun, Multiple Illegal Drugs Packaged for Sale,...

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Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Fourth Squad detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who allegedly...

Sports

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By Steven Zaitz The Ward Melville boys lacrosse team must know what Sisyphus felt like. On Friday, April 12, against their most hated rival – reigning...

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By Bill Landon Having opened their season with a three-game sweep over Babylon, followed by three wins against Southampton, Shoreham-Wading River hit a brick wall...

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By Steven Zaitz Northport and Smithtown East met in a dual boys track meet on April 16 and the visiting Tigers came out on top...

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By Bill Landon Ward Melville, having lost a heartbreaker by a single point against Northport four days earlier, came out with a vengeance in Division...