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Among the grateful North Shore patients who have beaten the odds by surviving a severe case of the coronavirus is Ronkonkoma resident Vicki Burns. The...

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Sustained winds of more than 40 miles per hour, with gusts of over 65 miles per hour, knocked out power to over 500,000 homes...

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By Melissa Arnold After a long, eerily quiet spring that forced the majority of public places to close, life is getting back to normal on...

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The members of the Earl L. Vandermeulen High School’s Class of 2020 received their diplomas in two separate, well-orchestrated ceremonies that signified the school’s...

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As Tropical Storm Isaias climbs from the southeast coast towards Long Island, county officials are deploying resources in the event of any damage from...

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By Odeya Rosenband and Rita J. Egan Community members gathered on the corner of Main Street and Route 25A in East Setauket Aug. 1. They...

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By Daniel Dunaief Too much of a good thing can be a problem. That’s true even for offshore wind farms. Using the flow of air to...

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With state guidelines mandating that events be kept to a reduced capacity or postponed due to the pandemic, the organizers of the Three Village...

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By Odeya Rosenband Kim and Bruce Bardes, husband and wife, of Shoreham are in need of support, as one after the other have now been...

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At a time when budgets will be extremely tight amid the gradual economic recovery caused by the virus-induced economic shutdown, investing in organizations that...