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The COVID-19 pandemic poses new challenges to all students as they return to school this fall. With the many new plans in place, fear and anxiety can be overwhelming and lead to strong emotion. Youth …

Brookhaven Town will possibly be exploring the creation of an ashfill as an answer to the big garbage question: what to do with it. “The town is taking a serious look at how we’re …

The William Floyd School District held the first of several virtual meetings required by the state on Tuesday before they can safely open schools this fall. The first meeting, which was scheduled …

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 Isaias …

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 instruction. …

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, especially …

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 who …

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 by …

Late last week, the William Floyd School District released their official reopening plans. The plans, which meet all New York State Education Department guidelines, were compiled by a committee of …

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 …

Brookhaven Town elected officials were sworn in for four year terms in a ceremony at town hall on Jan. 6. 

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