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State investigating PSEG over storm response

Long Island’s utility provider, PSEG Long Island, is being investigated by the New York State Department of Public Service, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced two days after Tropical Storm …

On Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the long-awaited decision on the upcoming school year, saying that all schools in New York State would be allowed to open for a form of in-person …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone has invited multiple other county executives on his public Zoom calls to discuss the necessity of disaster assistance from the federal government, …

A local fishing club will be hosting a fishing day and barbecue for local veterans on Aug. 15. Great Gun Anglers, the local club named after the beach, will take local veterans out on boats for a …

Laura Ahearn, an attorney and victim advocate from Port Jefferson, will run on the Democratic ticket for New York State Senate District 1, after winning the primary in June. The race will decide …

While schools across the country continue to struggle on how to reopen campuses for the upcoming fall semester amid the COVID-19 pandemic, experts in the education industry agree that getting …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to discuss federal disaster relief for Long Island communities, considering how harshly the region has been affected …

As PSEG deploys crews to address the thousands of Long Islanders without power, the company released these tips to stay safe among possible damage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias.  Downed …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone hosted a public Zoom meeting on Thursday, in which he was joined by Onondaga County executive Ryan McMahon and Orange County executive Steve Neuhaus, to …

On April 15, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order that required people to wear a face covering while in public. The order mandates that a face covering must be worn when people are unable …

Almost one week after ending his daily COVID-19 briefings, on July 14, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone spoke publicly via Zoom to alert the community of a nearly doubled positivity rate …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone began hosting daily public briefings via Zoom on March 8, the day before the first positive case of COVID-19 was announced in the county. Last Wednesday, …

Nancy Goroff, a Stony Brook scientist, was declared the winner of the NY-1 Democratic primary last week, edging out opponent Perry Gershon by 630 votes. “I am honored to have earned …

Two weeks after entering into Phase 3, Suffolk County has been given the green light to transition into Phase 4, which allows higher education, low-risk arts and entertainment, media production …

Members of Center Moriches High School’s Class of 2020 wanted to say ‘thank you’ to the Center Moriches community for the many contributions that were made in recognition of the …

Diane Novak has retired after founding the Long Island Game Farm with her husband, Stanley, in 1970, and passing it on to her daughter Melinda Novak, who plans to keep it going and make …

Though the Moriches Community Center headquarters is closed, the organization will be doing different events to engage the community this summer. MCC will host a week-long half-day Olympic …

Libraries are one of the many gathering locations closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now, as New York moves through its reopening phases, libraries, too, are taking steps to …

The Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches has announced their summer movie/concert lineup for this summer. The events will take place at St John the Evangelist, 25 Ocean Avenue in Center Moriches. …

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