Too many jobs, not enough teens

Splish Splash, Adventureland, camps say they've had to offer higher wages and other incentives to recruit staff 

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Developer submits zoning-change application to build 385 housing units with no age restriction

The new plan removes the age-restricted component and earmarks 20% of the units, condominium town homes and villa apartments for affordable housing.

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Smithtown library board restores Pride displays in kids' reading rooms

The 4-2 vote Thursday night reversed a decision by the board at its Tuesday meeting to remove the displays, which included picture books like "Pink is for Boys" and "Pride Puppy" and a history of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. 

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Forecast: More sun, heat Sunday before rain Monday

Sunday will be sunny before a chance of showers moves into the region at night, according to the National Weather Service.

'Like stepping into a nightmare.' Family of Gilgo victim Valerie Mack speaks

Mack was 24 years old when she abruptly disappeared from her family's lives around October 2000. Two decades later, DNA testing provided answers but also confirmed their worst fears.

LI Board of Realtors kicks off anti-discrimination campaign

Initial focus is on discrimination against renters who use government assistance.

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Popular fried-chicken restaurant closes in Riverhead

The landmark barbecue spot had been plagued with tax issues for years.

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