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Suffolk County Police Department’s Chief Surgeon and Medical Director Dr. Scott Coyne has been named The Physician of Excellence for New York State EMS and also received the REMSCO 2015 EMS Physician of Excellence Award for Suffolk County.
 
The Physician of Excellence Award for New York State EMS is presented annually by the New York State Department […]

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60-bed specialized unit promotes quality of life care
for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients

Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has announced the opening of its Memory Care Unit, a secured, 60-bed first floor unit located in the facility’s Schachne Pavilion.  According to Herbert H. Friedman, Executive Vice President/CEO, “We have created a designated Memory Care Unit at […]

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Interior Designers, Garden Clubs Deck the Elegant Halls
 

 

 

Interior designers and garden clubs deck the halls of the Vanderbilt Mansion each year, and hundreds of visitors see the results beginning the day after Thanksgiving. The decorators create enchanted rooms with lighted trees, boughs, ornaments, wreaths, ribbons and elegantly wrapped faux gifts.
 

 

 

Above: Kathleen Kane of the Dix […]

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Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini will held a press conference at Police Headquarters, located at 30 Yaphank Ave. in Yaphank, on November 22 at 11:30 a.m. to announce the department’s stepped up holiday patrols as well as provide tips to help keep the public safe during the holiday shopping season.

With the rush of […]

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The Huntington Manor Fire Department recently honored Ex-Chief Alan Bayley, Sr., for his 70 years of dedicated service to the department and community. Bayley was joined by family including sons Alan Jr. and David who are members of Huntington Manor FD, friends, and fellow firefighters at a testimonial dinner held in his honor at the […]

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This retrospective explores the life and music career of one of America’s most original and celebrated figures. George Gershwin started, in his youth, as a song-plugger on Tin Pan Alley. While he continued to gain success writing popular music for the stage and Hollywood, he also strived to make his mark as a serious composer. […]

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Costello’s Flying Circus pays tribute to Elvis Costello, Grammy Award winner, Rock-and-Roll Hall of Famer, and one of the greatest songwriters of his generation. Costello’s intelligent lyrics, clever arrangements, and catchy melodies propelled him onto the world stage in 1977. His prolific musical recordings include work with his band, the Attractions, as well as with […]

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Thank You Stimson School Community – from the Long Island Blue Star Moms Chapter NY6. “The Stimson Penny Wars collected more than 2,200 items that were given to the Long Island Blue Star Moms to be shipped overseas to men and women serving in our armed forces.” said Stimson Assistant Principal Anthony Sansotta, who has […]

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Join the staff of Little Shelter and our available adult dogs for a special adoption event. For the weekend of November 19th and 20th, 2016 Little Shelter will be opening early for potential families to participate in a meet and greet with the dogs. There will be a bagel breakfast with refreshments served at 9am, […]

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Event part of national movement to raise suicide awareness among veterans
 
As a strong show of support for veterans, more than 200 members of the Suffolk County Police Department, including Commissioner Timothy D. Sini, ranking members, recruits and off-duty officers, simultaneously participated in the #22PushUpChallenge, a national movement dedicated to heighten awareness of the high suicide rate, […]

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