By Long Island News & PR December 18, 2013
In his new book Artifact: A Novel, local author and SCCC History Professor George H. Monahan explores the farcical intricacies of what happens when Archaeologists and Commercial Real Estate Developers clash.
By Vickie Moller November 25, 2013
Registration is now open to the general public for the second annual Long Island Natural History Conference to be held Friday, Dec. 6 at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
By Literary Traveler November 16, 2013
The gals of Literary Traveler headed out to Long Island's North Fork for a weekend - giving you a sneak peak at just how fun an East End Girls Weekend can be!
By Long Island News & PR November 01, 2013
Potentially Harmful Levels of Coliform Bacteria Found During Routine Water Quality Monitoring.
By Eric Anderson September 29, 2013
Police are searching for a man that stabbed his girlfriend; a hit-and-run driver fled the scene after hitting twin sisters.
By Long Island News & PR August 27, 2013
Theatre announced its HarborFest Weekend events will be the showing of GENE KELLY classics on the big screen Sept. 6 and 7.
By Lyndsay McCabe August 21, 2013
Reddish brown algae blooms have taken over much of the bays and estuaries on the east end, and are killing off fish and shellfish in record numbers.
By Debbi Spiegel August 06, 2013
Honor the beacons of light that symbolize safety and security for boats at sea.
By Wendy L July 01, 2013
Check out this week's hot spots for information on where to get groovy with your dance moves and a highlight of some of the Independence Day festivities in store on Long Island!
By Sandra Stelmach June 20, 2013
Long Islanders gather together for some of the largest celebrations in the country. With fast-approaching festivities and fireworks, don’t miss out on the fun - check out what’s happening near you and across Long Island!
By Lyndsay McCabe June 15, 2013
A 4-foot long alligator was spotted in the Peconic River on Sunday and Wednesday. Wildlife specialists have left bait to keep the gator in the area so that it can be caught.
By Joe Randazzo May 11, 2013
A zip line is being brought to Downtown Riverhead.
By Lyndsay McCabe April 27, 2013
The Suffolk County SPCA received three alligators Saturday at the first Illegal Reptile and Amphibian Amnesty Day in New York State
By Wendy L February 28, 2013
A 16-year old teenage girl has been missing since Monday. She disappeared without medication she must take for anemia. Police, family and friends are desperately seeking information about her whereabouts.
By Amy Gernon January 17, 2013
Executive Steve Bellone outlined efforts to preserve the county's agricultural land.
By Debbi Spiegel October 06, 2012
Christopher Columbus sailed on 3 ships. Here are some ways to sail through this 3 day weekend.