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  1. Northwell Health aims to raise $600 million for capital improvementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Newsday

    The New Hyde Park health system joins other regional hospital groups working on big fundraising efforts to pay for major efforts, including clinical programs, research projects, and expanding facilities at two of its hospitals. A rendering of North Shore University Hospital's proposed surgical pavilion.

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  2. Health systems expanding cancer care on Long IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 5 | Newsday

    They are spending hundreds of millions to open new locations, update technology and add staff in order to deliver quality care and operate in a highly competitive market. Patient Donna O'Rourke of Huntington Station greets Dr. Faisal Siddiqui, a breast surgeon at the NYU-Langone Perlmutter Cancer Center in Huntington, on Tuesday.

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  3. Susan Lucci booked for 'Celebrity Autobiography' in Stony BrookRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Newsday

    Celebrities' lives are open books, so who better than the queen of daytime soaps to do a "dramatic" reading of them? Actress Susan Lucci, best known as the devious Erica Kane on the ABC soap "All My Children" from 1970 to 2011, is among the performers who will appear in "Celebrity Autobiography" at Stony Brook University's Staller Center for the Arts on Oct. 27. Joining the Garden City High School graduate in the popular comedy production will be actor-comedian Mario Cantone, "Feud" actress Jackie Hoffman, and "Celebrity Autobiography" creators Eugene Pack and Dayle Reyfel.

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  4. Record levels of toxic blue-green algae invade Lake Agawam in SouthamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Newsday

    The algae species in the lake emits a toxin known as microcystin that can cause breathing, digestive and liver problems, or even death, officials say. Jennifer Jankowiak, a research support specialist with the Stony Brook University School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, tests cyanobacteria levels in Southampton's Lake Agawam on Tuesday Toxic blue-green algae was found in record levels in Southampton's Lake Agawam earlier this month, capping a summer during which a dozen South Fork lakes and ponds were closed due to high levels of the harmful bacteria.

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  5. LI strikes a chord with jazz guitarist Pat MethenyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Newsday

    To say that guitarist Pat Metheny is jazzed up to perform a broad selection from his more than four-decade, 60-album playlist at Stony Brook's Staller Center for the Arts is an understatement. "It has that cool thing of being New York without being exactly New York," says the 20-time Grammy winner of playing the area gig.

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  6. With feet and flowers, walkers raise money, awareness of Alzheimer'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 23 | Newsday

    The Walk to End Alzheimer's featured Mets great Bud Harrelson and Karen Wile, whose husband got lost while jogging and was later found dead. Harrelson and Wile's husband, John, had both been diagnosed with the disease.

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  7. St. Catherine's menopause program LI doctor's labor of loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Newsday

    Although the word "men" is part of menopause, men don't typically figure into conversations about the subject. Dr. Frank Bonura, who recently became director of menopausal health at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center in Smithtown, proves the exception to the rule.

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  8. Long Island Museum puts the polish on silversmith exhibitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2018 | Newsday

    Tucked between the fashion and design boutiques, real estate offices and quaint eateries lining Southampton's Main Street is a shingled, barnlike structure. The modest building is one of the oldest continuously open shops in the Americas and a testament to one of the region's most important artisans.

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  9. Stony Brook University invites neighbors to campus for CommUniversity DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | Newsday

    Bruce Sander, leader of Stony Brook Concerned Homeowners, said the open house was a welcome attempt to improve community relations. Members of the Stony Brook University CommUniversity Day leadership team launch a practice race Friday with rubber ducks, one of the CommUniversity events planned for Saturday.

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  10. Culper Spy Day festival in SetauketRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | Newsday

    The Setauket Spy Ring remained a well-kept secret throughout the American Revolution - an operation so well concealed that its daring members, who went by the code name Culper, were never caught and hanged like fellow patriot Nathan Hale. Nowadays, their secret is not only out, it's openly celebrated.

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  11. Innovative surgery restores freedom for 12-year-old cancer patientRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | Newsday

    Delaney Unger was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, which accounts for about 800 to 900 cases annually in the United States with about half occurring among children and teens. Surgeons at Stony Brook Children's Hospital performed a unique surgery to help a young Selden patient dance again.

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  12. Culper Spy Day festival in SetauketRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | Newsday

    Long Island's Setauket Spy Ring remained a well-kept secret throughout the American Revolution - an operation so under-the-radar that its daring members, who went by the code name Culper, were never caught and hanged like fellow patriot Nathan Hale. Nowadays, their secret is not only out, it's openly celebrated at Long Island's Culper Spy Day.

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  13. Stony Brook research park aims to fuel 'high-tech highway'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2018 | Newsday

    The park, to include as many as 11 buildings, is designed to spark the region's economy and fortify the eastern end of a 65-mile tech corridor that runs from New York City to Brookhaven National Laboratory. The $60 million Innovation and Discovery Center at Stony Brook University Research and Technology Park is under construction.

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  14. Long Island hires and promotions: Andrew Parton, Cradle of Aviation MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2018 | Newsday

    Andrew Parton of Wantagh has been promoted to president at the Cradle of Aviation Museum and Education Center in Garden City. Photo Credit: Gene Lesserson Dr. James Robert Stelling of Blue Point has been hired as lab and medical director at Island Fertility in Commack, a practice of Stony Brook Community Medical.

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  15. SUNY faculty and staff OK 6-year contract with stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | Newsday

    The pact drew nearly 98 percent approval from members of United University Professions who cast ballots during the summer in what union leaders said was a record-setting turnout. Kevin Moriarty, a full-time lecturer in Stony Brook University's Department of Technology and Society and president of the Stony Brook West Campus Chapter of United University Professions, is among those marching on March 1, 2018, for a new contract with the state.

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  16. Ruth Wells, mother of Suffolk County officialRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | Newsday

    Ruth Wells, who worked in the war effort while her husband was a prisoner in Germany in World War II and later a served as bookkeeper for his contracting busines, has died at the Long Island State Veterans Home in Stony Brook. She was 98. "We used to call her Ruthie the Riveter because she used to tighten nuts on the planes," recalled her daughter Penny Wells LaValle, Suffolk County's director of Real Property.

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  17. Lego contest, exhibition to come to Stony BrookRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2018 | Newsday

    The Sixth Annual Lego Building Block Contest & Exhibit comes to Stony Brook Sept. 15 to Oct. 14. Photo Credit: Ward Melville Heritage Organization Kids into Lego? Take them to see the more than 40 Lego creations anticipated at the Sixth Annual Lego Building Block Contest & Exhibit from Sept.

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  18. Long Island hires and promotions: Dawn Danielsen, Island Federal Credit UnionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | Newsday

    Dawn Danielsen of Port Jefferson Station, assistant branch manager at Island Federal Credit Union in Stony Brook, has been promoted to branch manager in Hicksville. Anthony DePascale of Kings Park, facilities manager at Teachers Federal Credit Union in Hauppauge, has been promoted to vice president of facilities.

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  19. Expert: Rust tide algae widespread in Long Island watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | Newsday

    While this type of algae has bloomed every year on the East End since 2006, this is only the second time in the last three years that it has spread into North Shore waters. On Thursday, Stony Brook Univesristy professor Christopher Gobler explained what is happening in the waters of Long Island due to the rust tide in Southampton.

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  20. Girl dies after being found in car in Coram, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2018 | Newsday

    A girl found in a car was pronounced dead after being rushed from a Coram residence to the hospital, Suffolk police said. The girl was unresponsive when found about 3:50 p.m. outside a Kathleen Crescent home, police said.

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