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Blood Center Declares Emergency, Supplies at Critically Low Levels

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone urged residents to donate blood to replenish blood supplies that have declined to a critically low level this summer.
“It is imperative that we have enough blood at hand to cope with trauma and the longterm needs of patients who need regular transfusions,” County Executive Bellone said.  “Giving the gift of […]

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Suffolk Police Crackdown on BWI and DWI During Labor Day Weekend

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Increased patrols to combat drinking while operating motor vehicles and vessels.

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Cold Spring Harbor Students Honored For Helping Others

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Connor Lynn of Lloyd Harbor and Isabella Molinari of Laurel Hollow were recently recognized for their extraordinary commitment and service to their community by working with the Fresh Air Fund. Connor and Isabella, both entering their sophomore year at Cold Spring Harbor High School, decided they wanted to raise $2,500 to send five children to […]

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“KISS CANCER GOOD-BYE” WALK IN HUNTINGTON’S HECKSCHER PARK

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GELLERMAN ORTHODONTICS PRESENTS THIRD ANNUAL
 “KISS CANCER GOOD-BYE” WALK IN HUNTINGTON’S HECKSCHER PARK
 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
 
Family Friendly Event to Support MoRE Camp Adventure
Gellerman Orthodontics invites families and local businesses to sign up for the third annual Kiss Cancer Good-Bye walk on Saturday, September 13 at Heckscher Park in Huntington, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM.  Kiss Cancer […]

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Fire Safety For College Students

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As many of our children prepare to head off to college, we know that no one is more concerned about their safety than you as parents.

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The video below was created by Suffolk County and The Rocky Point School District in order to raise awareness about the increase in heroine use by young people.

Suffolk County Police Second Precinct officers responded to a home to find a young person passed out from an apparent heroin overdose.
This is a scene that has become […]

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Not My Child: Suffolk’s Drug Epidemic

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County Executive Steve Bellone, in partnership with the Rocky Point School District, announced the launch of a groundbreaking effort to alert parents to the dangers of substance abuse through a compelling public service announcement. Rocky Point School District is serving as the pilot school district, posting the PSA on its parents portal and requiring parents […]

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ONCE-A-YEAR GARDENERS’ MARKET AUGUST 23, 10-2 AT GATEWAY COMMUNITY GARDEN

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The Gateway Park Community Gardeners sell their hand-tended, lovingly grown, chemical-free vegetables only once a year.
This year the sale will take place on Saturday, August 23 from 10 to 2 pm.
·     All vegetables $1 or $2 a piece or bunch
·     Sun-ripened heirloom tomatoes, plum and cherries, wide variety of other vegetables
·     Rain date, Sunday, Aug. […]

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Free Smoking Cessation Course in Melville

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Legislator Louis D’Amaro encourage residents in the Melville area to take advantage of a free course to help them quit smoking.
“Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death,” said Bellone, who earlier this year signed legislation to raise the age for the sale of tobacco products to 21 […]

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Environmentalists Blast Marcellino For Water Bill Defeat

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The Long Island Environmental Voters Forum has taken the position that those who did not vote to support the clean water bill, no matter what the reason, are ineligible for endorsement in the state-wide elections, this fall.  Environmentalists vowed to pursue the legislation.  They sent the following letter to Senator Marcellino.
The Honorable
Carl Marcellino
New York State […]

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