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On Sunday March 12, 2017, Senate Republicans presented a proposal to spend over $8 billion on clean water and sewer projects, a $5 billion infrastructure bond plan and the formation of an institute to set state standards for unregulated contaminants. The proposal is part of the Senate Republicans’ “one-house budget” proposal that will be released […]

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The Greenlawn Fire Department responded to a reported gas odor at the rectory of Saint Francis of Assisi Church on Clay Pitts Road on Ash Wednesday, March 1, 2017. After checking out the possible gas leak and finding everything safe, the priest distributed ashes and blessings to many of the firefighters. Two trucks and an […]

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Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards and Councilwoman Susan A. Berland co-sponsor a resolution to amend the Affordable Housing Law creating rental opportunities for a young workforce and providing first-time home buyers assistance
Councilwoman Tracey A. Edwards and Councilwoman Susan A. Berland are proposing an amendment to the Town’s Affordable Housing Law that will create opportunities for millennials […]

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Today, Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport) touched upon some of the issues he would like to see addressed, and some of his priorities for this year’s state budget. The issues he’d like to see addressed include ethics reforms, enhanced college affordability and a continued commitment to combating the heroin and opioid epidemic.
Earlier this legislative session, […]

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Fostering Global Ambassadors at Commack Middle School
 
Commack Middle School, Long Island’s first and largest Middle-Level International Baccalaureate World School, demonstrated its dedication to holistic education, global mindedness, service, and community spirit when it hosted its tenth annual International Culture and Cuisine Night on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Hundreds of students and their families gathered to […]

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Approximately around 2pm March 16, 2017 police were out on an arrest warrant for suspect Christopher Jautze. They received a tip that he was at 17 East Rogues path in Huntington Station.  Once the police arrived to make the arrest the suspect ran into the neighborhood. The police assisted by the police helicopter and K-9 units […]

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Bank Robber Caught

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Suffolk County Police arrested a man who robbed a bank in East Northport yesterday March 15, 2017.
Major Case Unit detectives arrested Nicholas Bono at 9:40 p.m. for robbing the Bank of America, located at 385 Larkfield Road. Bono, 29, of East Northport, was charged with Robbery 3rd Degree. He will be held at the Second […]

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Second Squad detectives are investigating an incident during which a man suffered an apparent medical event, crashed his car into a tree and died earlier this afternoon Tuesday, March 14, 2017.
Robert Manigaulte was driving a white 2005 Chrysler Town and Country southbound on Woodbury Road, south of Carley Avenue when he apparently suffered a medical […]

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The Melville Fire Department responded to a house fire on Catherwood Crescent, Friday, March 10, 2017, at about 6 p.m. Melville firefighters made an aggressive attack on the blaze and were assisted by crews from the Huntington Manor, Dix Hills, Plainview and East Farmingdale fire departments. Fifty firefighters using seven trucks battled the blaze which was brought […]

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Last week, March 7-10, 2017 eighteen DECA students from Whitman traveled to Rochester to compete in the 57th annual New York DECA State Career Conference. This year’s theme was “Build Your Future with New York DECA,” There were over 2,000 competitors, from 100 high schools in attendance. Our Whitman students came into the ‘States’ dedicated […]

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