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Bay Shore man indicted for allegedly impersonating police, abducting teens

The Bay Shore man who allegedly impersonated a police officer and abducted two teenagers in Lindenhurst was indicted Feb. 17, officials announced.  On Feb. 3 just before 3:30 p.m., two …

Islip’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will consider pursuing a lawsuit against Islip Town if town representatives fail to appropriately modify its current …

During the holidays, Northport resident Barbara Bolen had two at-risk groups on her mind: struggling restaurant owners and people who go hungry. After Bolen told a Northport restaurant owner …

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rear its ugly head throughout hospitals and emergency units across the country. Health care workers continue to put their lives on the line to assist those who …

Brightwaters Village trustees have received nearly 20 emails from concerned and frustrated boat owners after officials announced a hike in rental fees for boaters tied to the Concourse East …

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe?Will the vaccine cause side effects?How does the vaccine impact fertility? These are just some of the public’s burning questions that were answered at …

Ramps, steps, rails and approximately 7,000 square feet of space to skate. It’ll all be part of the new skate park coming to Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood, according to Islip Town …

With a $15 billion deficit in the 2022 budget for the state following the pan- demic, New York is now in a prayer position for the federal government to provide the lacking funds. In what is …

After just one month, the “Positivity Project 2021” Facebook group page is already sparking positive change in the East Islip community. In January, East Islip resident Pat Blair …

Islip Town Planning Board has reserved its decision on the highly-contested plan for the proposed senior housing units at 7 and 9 Bayview Avenue in East Islip. Applicant Larry Gargano, …

An unknown party has expressed interest in leasing the Masera property owned by the West Islip Union Free School District. At a Feb. 4 school board meeting held via Zoom, board president Steve …

Beginning next week, people with comorbidities will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from local health departments, state officials announced last week. During a press briefing, …

A Bay Shore man was arrested Feb. 4 after he impersonated a cop and abducted two teenage girls in Lindenhurst, Suffolk County Police Department said.  At approximately 3:35 p.m. two girls, …

The latest exhibit at the Long Island Photo Gallery invites viewers to live “Among the Trees.” The gallery, located on Main Street in Islip, hosted a reception Thursday, Jan. 28 at …

Long Island’s beaches are some of the most beautiful in the world, with international visitors in awe of the Caribbean-quality of sand and sea found only a train ride away from metropolis …

For the second year in a row, the Bay Shore-Brightwaters St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been canceled.“It was a no-brainer,” Bay Shore-Brightwaters St. Patrick’s Day Parade …

Assemblyman Jarett Gandolfo (R-Bayport) has requested Gov. Andrew Cuomo lift the New York State-mandated 10 p.m. curfew for restaurants and bars – ideally before the Super Bowl this …

Residents in Suffolk County are returning to normalcy after a hazardous nor’easter struck the area Monday and left over a foot of snow along some parts of the South Shore.The winter storm …

With permission from local governments, taxi drivers, restaurant workers and people living in facilities for developmentally disabled now qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine. Local governments …

The year 2021 will be burnished in residents’ memories for a lot of reasons, the big one being the COVID crisis.Legislator and presiding officer Rob Calarco (D-Patchogue) discussed the …

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