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Town faces new laws on evidence discovery

On Jan. 1, an array of criminal justice laws became effective in New York State, after several bills were passed in the Legislature last year. One of the laws — the gathering of evidence for …

Over 2019, the Town of Islip has finished, moved forward, and just planted its feet in a slew of different projects, including infrastructure and flooding maintenance, construction and event creation …

Giving back to the community that has grown and supported them, Momo’s Too pub owner, Rich Comunale, and Island Life apparel proprietor, Bill Davis, wanted to make Christmas extra special this …

Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I Sayville), elected to serve 7th Assembly District constituents in 2012 and subsequently re-elected to his 4th term, filed his statement of candidacy for Republican …

Angels of Long Island was started five years ago by Debbie Loesch in response to a tragedy in a friend’s family. Someone’s young granddaughter was without clothing or supplies for her new …

Alexis Niblock is a hardworking, competitive athlete with confidence in her ability to perform well on a lacrosse field, particularly low, on defense. Niblock, 16, is a junior at Bayport-Blue …

Legis. Tom Cilmi and Liuba Grechen Shirley decide not to run for the longtime congressman’s seat next year

Town employees largely account for the slight taxpayer increase, elected officials say

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