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During the monthly meeting of the Brightwaters Board of Trustees on Jan. 8, a public hearing was held to consider the adoption of Local Law X-2024 Amending Article V Zoning Chapter 128 Business …

“Moving forward in 2024, I will continue to focus on further improvements in county parks, public safety and our bottom-line finances. Current initiatives include adding a Visitor’s …

During a Change of Zone meeting held Dec. 14 at Islip Town Hall, the town board voted to officially rezone the property from Residence A and Business 3 to Residence C, effectively allowing Benchmark …

Community activist and member of the neighborhood watch group that has been patrolling Idle Hour mansion at night since the pandemic, Mike Burke, uncovered court documents from December 19 that …

Brightwaters’ Department of Public Works is moving from rags to riches—or in this case, working in temporary trailers and old horse stables to a brand-new 3,000-square-foot building. …

The South Shore Estuary Reserve (SSER) Stewardship Awards for 2023 were be presented to Richard Groh, Town of Babylon, and Artie Kopelman, president CRESLI, for their dedication in …

Looking to save water? The Suffolk County Water Authority has some ideas, including watering your lawn only every other day. That was one of the conservation ideas SCWA representatives …

Turkeys took over Timberpoint Road in East Islip. This past year has seen a rise in turkey sightings on Long Island.

The Suffolk County Water Authority announced that it completed a major replacement of water main in the Bay Shore area. More than 1,500 feet of outdated cast iron water main has been replaced with …

Having numerous bus stops within Suffolk County communities is a vital resource, as public transportation is a lifeline that connects residents to one another and a world of opportunity. Yet, when …

Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter and Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone were joined by community leaders and elected officials in a groundbreaking ceremony on a long-awaited project that …

SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE Former federal and state prosecutor Dave Calone (D) and current Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine will be vying for the Suffolk County executive seat as current …

Every year around this time, Brookhaven National Lab hosts the New York Wildfire and Incident Management Academy (NYWIMA). This year, the academy took place from Oct. 20 to Oct. 27. Over 260 people …

Save The Great South Bay, a local 501(c)3 environmental non-profit, is launching the South Shore Bays Unified Water Stud y, a pilot program using an innovative water quality monitoring protocol. This …

On Tuesday, Oct. 17, during a Town o f Islip Board meeting, the town council voted unanimously to approve Resolution 22, which addresses steps to shutter the Travelodge in Bay Shore that is currently …

They popped up on wanted posters all over Long Island and New York State, grossed out hundreds of New Yorkers who often used a broom to sweep them from sidewalks, and they love to hitch a ride on …

The Islip Resource Recovery Agency submitted an application to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) for an Article 27 solid-waste permit modification to an existing …

Shark bites on Long Island dominated headlines of local and national publications over the summer after five people were bitten during the July 4 weekend. In August, a sixth bite was reported, this …

At least 85 people, mostly homeowners on Davis Park, came to hear Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine and other town officials speak about the immediate severity of beach erosion on Tuesday. And to …

When Hathaway Scully bequeathed her beautiful 1917 Normandy-style mansion and 70 acres of grounds for preservation as a wildlife sanctuary and nature preserve in the early 1980s, she probably never …

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