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Health Department Provides Overview of Ebola Preparations

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On October 15, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services hosted a table-top exercise to review procedures for isolation and quarantine, in an effort to prepare a response should an individual within Suffolk County become infected or come into contact with someone with the Ebola Virus.
“This was a very […]

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Senator Flanagan Voices His Opposition To Illegal Immigrant Rights Legislation

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The plan, which is known as “New York Is Home”, would provide illegal immigrants with the right to vote, to run for office and to obtain a driver’s license.

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On September 18, 2014, the Suffolk IDA board voted unanimously to put Hotel Huntington on public assistance. The hotel project is located at 227 Main Street in Huntington.
The project involves the old vacant Huntington town hall building which is approximately 9500 square feet and will be renovated into a hotel registration, reception and management area, […]

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#SuffolkSnapshot Facebook Photo Contest

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Residents invited to capture Suffolk County scenes, compete for prizes through social media

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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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Marine Bureau Police Officers and Coast Guard Officials Rescue Boaters

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Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers, along with United States Coast Guard officials, rescued three people aboard a boat that began taking on water in the Atlantic Ocean in Babylon this morning.
The operator of the boat, Michael Scaringi, his son and a friend were aboard a 26-foot boat, named Something Fishy, when the boat experienced […]

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September Workshops Focus on Improving Job-Seeking Skills

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The workshops have been organized by Suffolk County’s Department of Labor which focuses on quality job training, job development, placement and supportive service for Suffolk’s unemployed and underemployed population.

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New York State To Open Disaster Recovery Center for Flood Victims

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Center to Provide Guidance to Residents Impacted by Historic Flooding.

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Bellone Declares State of Emergency in Wake of Flashfloods and Unprecedented Rainfall

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Historic Rainfall Breaks New York State Records.

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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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