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Sachem Touchdown Club Florida Raffle
Sachem TD Raffle: 3 bedroom time share unit at Star Island Resort week of July 12th.
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Protesters say Common Core standards should be scrapped
About 50 opponents of the more rigorous academic standards known as the Common Core held a rally outside state Sen. John Flanagan's office in Smithtown on March 7, 2014, arguing that the standards harm children's learning and that the state should drop the entire initiative.
Good Samaritan pulls teen driver from overturned car
A 19-year-old was injured Tuesday, March 4, 2014, after this car went out of control, slammed into a tree and flipped on South Nicolls Road near Patchogue-Holbrook Road in Holbrook.
Suffolk County Women's Advisory Commission Member Lori Green...
Suffolk County Legislator Lindsay III honored Sayville resident, Lori Green, for her 10 years of service on the Suffolk County Women's Advisory Commission.
Local Residents Named to Dean's List at SUNY Albany
Congrats to the following local residents who were recently named to the Dean's List for the fall semester at SUNY Albany: Tina Sciotto of Farmingville, NY Jordan Foster of Farmingville, NY Jonathan Gentile of Farmingville, NY Alexandria Restivo of Farmingville, NY Peter Rooney of Farmingville, NY Katie Newman of Holbrook, NY John Dorn of Holbrook, ... (more)
Islip Town transfers park to Islandia Village
Islandia Mayor Allan Dorman points to a map that shows an area that the village of Islandia is acquiring from the town of Islip, in Islandia, on Feb 14, 2014.
LI Crimes: Arrest Made in Leukemia Research Donation Jar Theft
Here are some of the top crime stories from across Long Island over the past week: Caught: Man Who Stole Leukemia Research Donation Jar Arrested A week-long search for a man believed to have stolen a donation jar from a Lindenhurst 7-Eleven has ended with an arrest.
Police: Sex Offender Living in Holbrook Failed to Report Change of Address
A registered sex offender was arrested Wednesday in Holbrook for failing to report a change of residence, police said.
New York Post
Verizon employee suspected of cutting LI Cablevision lines
The cable-TV wars have spun out of control on Long Island, where a saboteur who knocked out service to 8,000 Cablevision customers last month has been identified as a worker for rival provider Verizon, officials said.