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A lifelong Mastic resident and William Floyd graduate, incumbent Rudy Sunderman is running for re-election for Suffolk County’s 3rd Legislative District. He said he has put people before politics …

Following the September announcement of a consent order over the Brookhaven landfill, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation presented their plans to regulate the landfill last …

These steps will help you contribute to a healthier environment

The Democratic contender Anthony Portesy is running again, but this year with a Brookhaven 2030 10-year capital plan. Portesy is a private-practice attorney handling employment and commercial …

Republican incumbent Dan Losquadro will be running for his fourth full term as superintendent of highways after originally filling the spot back in 2013 during a special election. Prior to his role …

William Ferraro is running for Brookhaven Town supervisor in this year’s election. He said he decided to run after learning that residents were unhappy and were not being listened …

Republican incumbent Ed Romaine is running for re-election for his fourth full term as Brookhaven Town supervisor. He was first elected in a 2012 special election. One of Romaine’s top …

The New York State Department of Transportation is allowing residents to give feedback on the proposal for a new exit at Barnes Road in Mastic for an additional two weeks, according to a DOT …

Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine released his tentative 2020 budget Monday, which shows that the town has remained in good fiscal standing during the past year. The budget uses no reserve …

Dan Panico is running for re-election in the 6th district of Brookhaven Town. Panico was first elected in a 2010 special election and currently serves as deputy supervisor. For his record with …

James Gentile is running for Brookhaven Town Board in the 6th district. Gentile, of Mastic Beach, moved to the community over a year ago from Nassau County, but has worked here for almost two …

Brookhaven Town highway superintendent Daniel P. Losquadro and councilman Michael Loguercio have announced the completion of a paving project on Moriches-Middle Island Road, from William Floyd …

While you’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and Easter and counting down to the end of the school year, the folks at the Gateway are planning their largest theatrical event: the Haunted …

Intelligence gained from SHARE initiative The Suffolk County Police Department showcased its enhanced eye into schools during active shooter drills at West Babylon Junior High School on Friday. …

Here are four tips from seasoned parents Going back to school means getting back to the same grind of meals, rides, sports, clubs … and going back to running on autopilot. But there is a subset …

Increased intersection accidents but decreased injuries reported Legislators criticized the recent review of the county’s Red Light Camera program amid the revelation that noninjurious accidents …

Free cessation program at Brookhaven Town Hall To help residents quit smoking, the Town of Brookhaven will host the Suffolk County Department of Health’s six-week smoking cessation program …

Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine and councilman Dan Panico have announced that a temporary restraining order was served at Track Gas Station, located at 310 Neighborhood Road in Mastic Beach, …

Back in February 2019, the Suffolk County Police Explorer Program approached Legis. Rudy Sunderman about their need to acquire a vehicle to transport their members to and from events and …

Suffolk County comptroller claims funds dedicated to water quality efforts were spent in other capacities Suffolk County has leached into its Drinking Water Protection Program fund for various …

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