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Suffolk County Police commissioner Rodney K. Harrison distributed reflective vests to pedestrians and bicyclists as part of the department’s ongoing roadway safety programs during a press …

The Center for Environmental Education and Discovery (CEED) shares good news with Town of Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine, councilman Michael Loguercio Jr., and Suffolk County Legis. James …

After discovering a major fish kill in Beaver Dam Creek along the Post-Morrow Foundation on Thursday, Sept. 7, Brookhaven Village Association (BVA) member Julia Villacara called on the Town of …

Suffolk County Water Authority is one of the largest sole-source water aquifer providers in the United States with 1.2 million customers. The company is set to pump somewhere between 70 and 75 …

The Brookhaven Village Association is requesting help by volunteering time on Wednesday mornings harvesting excess crops at the H.O.G. Farm.   Volunteers will pull from seasonal crops, …

Don’t miss the Smith Point Bridge 5K Run/walk for Literacy. The event will be hosted on Sept. 9 at Smith Point County Park. The event is rain or shine, starting at 9 a.m. Participants can …

Last week, Sunrise Wind hosted a virtual open house to discuss the onshore construction work. The first phase of the onshore construction activities are currently underway, with additional phases …

Aug. 9, 2023, was a tragic day for the island of Maui in Hawaii. Devastating fires resulted in the loss of 115 lives and destroyed homes, businesses, and cultural history. The Bellport Rotary …

Fire Island National Seashore recently announced the reopening of the Lighthouse Tower. Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 30, visitors were able to take a tour of the tower. “We are excited the …

Last week, a group of youngsters from the Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport Area got to be part of the effort to help improve water quality in Bellport Bay. Four youngsters participated in a …

The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) announced that it has submitted applications for more than $100 million in grant funding through the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act (WIIA). The New …

After the Suffolk County Legislature voted to recess, the Suffolk County Clean Water Plan will not appear on the 2023 general election ballot in November. The Long Island Advance took the …

A facility in Yaphank that will convert food waste into renewable natural gas and fertilizer is expected to be completed and ready to accept material by the end of 2024, its developer says. …

Clean water is elemental to the health, economy, recreation, and overall well-being of Long Island and its residents. Yet, on Tuesday, July 25, the Suffolk County Legislature failed to allow the …

The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) is implementing a new policy aimed at addressing long-overdue water bills. SCWA will begin placing liens on properties with outstanding water bills on active …

Suffolk County Water Authority reminds residents to conserve water this summer as drought warnings are issued and water demand surges. Though we have been lucky lately with plenty of rain, …

Save the Great South Bay began in 2013 when classmates returned to their Sayville High School reunion after years away.  The cool waters they clammed in their childhood had become a …

Dr. Chris Gobler, of Stony Brook University's Gobler Laboratory, met with Citizens Campaign for the Environment and the Nature Conservancy earlier today at Mascot Dock in Patchogue Village to debrief …

Mastic Beach Conservancy held its first paddle race, Race the Narrows, on Saturday, July 15th followed by Bash by the Bay, a free community event with live music. The two-mile recreational race took …

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