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Despite the ongoing pandemic, Port Jefferson village is still moving ahead with its budget agenda, this year seeing a revenue decrease thanks in part...

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Mario Mattera, a St. James resident, local union official and Suffolk County Water Authority board member, has been tapped by Suffolk County Republicans to...

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By Lisa Scott Covid-19 is affecting every aspect of our lives. Businesses are being told to reduce staffing or if deemed “non-essential” to shutter altogether;...

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Huntington officials have made some adjustments during the coronavirus pandemic. Parking meter fees in Huntington village are being waived until further notice to assist the...

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By Nancy Burner, Esq. Many people use irrevocable trusts as part of their estate plan for tax savings, asset protection and Medicaid planning. In all...

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Town of Smithtown officials announced in a press release March 13 a number of closures, adjournments and scheduling adjustments to prevent the potential community...

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Town of Huntington Supervisor Chad Lupinacci (R) issued an executive order declaring a disaster emergency in the town Thursday, March 12. The executive order authorizies the...

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Town supervisors in Suffolk County say recent criminal justice reform has caused “unintended consequences” to municipalities and local code enforcement. They are asking the...

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About 100 people crowded into the lower level of a Melville office building Feb. 27. All were there to talk about what ends up...

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Local and state officials, along with citizen advocates voiced a collective message to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and New York City during a press...