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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, …

Personal protective equipment is probably something no parent imagined having to send their children with as part of their back-to-school supplies. Forced to create a budget for the safety …

The Town of Islip Planning Board hearing scheduled for Aug. 5 was cancelled due to power outages caused by Tropical Storm Isaias. The agenda items have been rescheduled to be heard on Aug. 26, …

Cystic fibrosis, a disease that affects the respiratory and digestive system, implies the qualification of a pre-existing health condition. Additionally, those who suffer from CF cannot come into …

Hon. Gary Brown has ordered the Town of Islip to federal court in a voting rights case surrounding at-large districts for council seats, on July 30. The several-plaintiff suit filed against the …

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 …

The Town of Islip is ready for possible high winds and rain caused by Hurricane Isaias, expected to hit the region Tuesday afternoon. The Town's department of Public Works began assessing Town …

A West Islip resident employed as an NYPD officer since 2017 was arrested alongside two other individuals for connection to an alleged drug-distribution ring. Several search warrants conducted on …

Upcoming high school sports seasons during the next academic year may not occur due to COVID-19 concerns. Several East Islip and Islip student athletes (and parents) discussed how the current …

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 …

Multiple presidents of chambers of commerce within the Town of Islip have worked toward expanding outdoor dining and shopping in their respective hamlets. Upon discussions of setting aside an …

A couple from Brightwaters created and donated a Little Free Library, installing it in Wohseepee Park in Brightwaters. Mary Donnelly, who initially came up with the idea, said that people are …

A group of approximately 40 demonstrators participated in a march on racism formed by local activists. Beginning at TD Bank parking lot in Bay Shore on Sunday afternoon, the protestors peacefully …

Local breweries are known for their creative nature and for capturing the feel and aesthetic of their communities through beer. And being that Long Island is known for its summers, it’s no …

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 …

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