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Brookhaven Town gets AAA-okay

Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine is pleased to report that Moody’s Investor Services has re-affirmed the Town of Brookhaven’s AAA credit rating. In addition, Standard & Poor’s …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone signed historic legislation on Thursday, Oct. 15, to require the use of nitrogen-reducing wastewater technologies in unsewered areas of the county for all new …

In a social justice movement marked by thousands of attendees, Leon Goodman, of Bay Shore, sought to make a difference as a lone soldier in the fight against systemic racism with his one-man, silent …

Rebecca Dolber has been making jewelry for 15 years, but it started out as justa hobby. “My first craft fair was actually here in Center Moriches,” said Dolber, a Center Moriches …

A local treasure, the Mary E. Bell house, is being recommended by the Town ofBrookhaven for nomination to be listed on the state and national register of historic places. Built in 1872 by former …

In the aftermath of an economic shutdown, townships like Brookhaven remainobligated to draft a budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Brookhaven’s tentative 2020-2021 budget has been released …

While the coronavirus pandemic has presented an array of challenges thisvoting season, it has also sparked new state initiatives to ease the voting process. Nancy Marr, president of the League of …

Suffolk County legislators are making progress on the effort to equip countypolice officers with body cameras. County legislators approved a resolution Sept. 17 that will allow the Suffolk County …

With counties across New York asking in unity for federal disaster relieffunding in order to pay for the ongoing response to COVID-19, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone expressed that 19 bus …

Getting a gold medal in bench press is not an easy task. But Daniel Fletcher, 32, from East Moriches, has won a gold medal as first in his weight class for bench press in the Special Olympics …

In the aftermath of decade-old charges for noxious gases emitting from Brookhaven Landfill and into the air of surrounding residences, Brookhaven Town has agreed to pay nearly $250,000 in fines as …

Many stakeholders in Brookhaven National Laboratory’s upcoming Electron-Ion Collider project came together Friday to celebrate the official launch of the initiative. In January, the U.S. …

The pandemic has shifted the path for many of us, and it has also changed the journey of the local oyster’s return to the Great South Bay. By returning oysters and oyster shells back …

Stony Brook University Hospital and Stony Brook Southampton Hospital havebeen named leaders this year by the National LGBTQ Health Care Equality Index of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. Stony …

In response to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative, Suffolk County has created a task force that will be conducting eight community forums as well as one-one-one …

Assemblyman Fred Thiele (I, D, WF-Sag Harbor) has introduced a bill that would bring back oversight over PSEG and LIPA. The bill comes in light of PSEG Long Island’s failures in the fallout …

As parents get ready to send their kids back to school this year, they are faced with many different circumstances than normal. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused schools to put more emphasis on …

Congressman Lee Zeldin recently announced $692,237.43 in Federal Emergency Management Agency Assistance to Firefighters Grants for fire departments in New York’s First Congressional …

On Friday, August 21, Ranger Eric Powers from the Center for Environmental Education and Discovery (CEED) held a special virtual discussion with lemur expert, Dr. Patricia Wright at the Long …

At a restaurants’ meeting at Drift 82 in Patchogue last week on a discussion regarding unfair treatment by the State Liquor Authority on local restaurants, congressman Lee Zeldin …

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