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Purim Events on Long Island

The Jewish holiday falls on March 4th and 5th this year.

Springing Forward for Daylight Savings Time

Go in to Daylight Savings Time prepared with these tips so that you can readjust your body's natural clock and get back on task for spring!

Swimming in a Sea of Green: St. Patrick’s Day Parades 2015

It doesn’t matter if you’re Irish or simply Irish-at-heart, everyone and anyone can enjoy these St. Patrick’s Day parades!

Father & Son Arrested for Scamming Great Neck Pharmacy Out of $2,300 in Inventory

According to detectives, beginning in June 2014 and continuing into July 2014, a father & son from Patchogue stole over $2,300 in inventory from a Rite Aid in Great Neck.

The Fresh Air Fund's Western Suffolk Committee Visits NYC

Local Fresh Air Fund volunteers from Western Suffolk attended The Fresh Air Fund’s Tri-State Regional Spring meeting on January 31st, 2015 at El Cid in Manhattan.

The Heckscher Museum of Art Presents Before Selfies

The Heckscher Museum of Art is pleased to present Before Selfies: Portraiture through the Ages and Poised Poses: Portraits from the August Heckscher Collection. Both exhibitions will open April 25, 2015.

East Moriches Rape Suspect from 2012 Pleads Guilty

A 23 year old East Moriches man charged with raping a female house-sitter in a Stony Brook home in 2012 pleaded guilty today at a court conference in Riverhead, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said.

Senator Ken LaValle Reports Legislation Passed to Fight Cyber Terrorism

Senate Bills Focus on Enforcing Stricter Penalties and Create Cyber Security Measures To Protect From Future Threats.

New Cassel Man Sentenced to 35 Years to Life in Prison for Fatal Shooting

Naqunne Jackson, 30, was convicted in shooting death of William Moody, 31.

The Long Island Music Hall of Fame Announces Student Scholarships Available for the 2015 Graduating Seniors

The Long Island Music Hall of Fame is offering student scholarships for graduating Long Island, Brooklyn and Queens high school students who have shown an interest in pursuing a music career.

Roots Ethiopia to Host Lauren Werner Photography Exhibition

Roots Ethiopia Announces First Annual Fundraiser to Support Educational Mission North Shore Day School to Host Lauren Werner Photography Exhibition, Silent Action and Dinner

Nassau PBA Endorses Steve Rhoads For County Legislature in the 19th District

James Carver, president of the Nassau County Police Benevolent Association, said today the union is endorsing Steve Rhoads for Nassau County Legislator in the 19th district, in a special election to be held March 10, 2015.

2013-2014 Final School and District Evaluation Results Released

The New York State Education Department today released the final results of the second year of statewide teacher and principal evaluation.

Man Wanted for Shoplifting at Bay Shore Radio Shack

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Third Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the man who stole items from a Bay Shore store last month.

Woman Seriously Injured in Cedarhurst Crash

Homicide Squad detectives report the details of a Serious Vehicular Accident involving a pedestrian that occurred on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 6:43 pm in Cedarhurst.

Traditional Irish and Irish-American Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

This St. Patrick's Day, continue a family tradition - or create a new one - with traditional Irish and Irish-American fare!

Nesaquake Middle School Students Crochet for Patients at St. Catherine of Siena

The art of crocheting is an old world tradition that can still bring warmth and comfort to others—and even more, a smile, knowing the looms were made with love.

Two Injured in Serious North Patchogue Crash

Suffolk County Police Fifth Squad detectives are investigating a two-vehicle crash that seriously injured two men in North Patchogue yesterday.

NFPA Receives Grant from State Farm for 2015 Year of Living Less Dangerously from Wildfire Campaign

Resources target firefighters and residents; keeps wildfire safety top of mind

Get Out, Get Active & Get Some Fresh Air: Long Island Winter Hiking Events

Get some fresh air and stay active this Winter by participating in a hiking event on Long Island!
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