Suffolk County News to debut new website in new year


The Suffolk County News is getting ready to debut its brand-new website, after months working on a rebranding effort. The site will feature additional web-only content, more multimedia, an enhanced community calendar, and more. The web address will stay the same, In addition to the website redesign, SCN will debut its print redesign at the end of January. 

“After several iterations, this new site will bring our business to the next level. It will provide our readers with more content, photos, and information about our community,” said Suffolk County News publisher John “Terry” Tuthill IV. “The site will keep readers coming back and make us the ‘go-to’ site for all that is southern Islip Town. Our new print design will also bring us up to date, and provide content in a more readable fashion. We are very excited to share this with our loyal readers!”

The Suffolk County News was founded in 1884 and was originally named the Sayville News. in August 1985, The Suffolk County News and its sister paper, the Islip Bulletin, were sold to John T. Tuthill III and his wife, Lorelei P. Tuthill, publisher of the Long Island Advance, based in neighboring Patchogue. Tuthill IV is the current publisher. 

The new website will be launched on Jan. 2. To give feedback or suggest changes, send us an email at  


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