CHSAA boys golf individual championships

Scenes from the CHSAA boys golf individual championships on Monday at Eisenhower Red.

Three steal Rolex watches in smash and grab at Walt Whitman, cops say

Suffolk police say the three smashed the display case in the Walt Whitman Shop's Tourneau store before stealing the Rolexes.

Suffolk IDA awards tax breaks to one warehouse but makes no decision on another

The Venture One project in Hauppauge won the IDA's help while the Hartz Mountain project on Spagnoli Road in Melville didn't garner the votes necessary for a decision.

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Bethpage Air Show's lone female aerobatic stunt pilot once feared flying

Jessy Panzer, one of the few female aerobatic air show performers and air racers active in the United States, will perform at the Jones Beach show on Memorial Day weekend.

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$31M in federal funding to clean up, restore Long Island Sound

Restoration projects include a planting program on the shore of Northport Harbor, salt marsh restoration at Sunken Meadow State Park in Kings Park, North Shore oyster plantings, and programs to monitor water quality.

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Huntington approves $660G in software purchases for building department

Town Supervisor Ed Smyth said the contract will help streamline building permit approvals and complement consolidation and other enhanced technologies already in place.

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20+ things to do this Memorial Day weekend on Long Island

Here are more than 20 ways to get started this holiday weekend.

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Julia Huxtable's four goals, one assist spark Northport girls lacrosse to Suffolk final

Tigers will meet No. 2 Ward Melville on Wednesday.

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First responders recognized for successful use of CPR at ceremony in Dix Hills

The Suffolk Regional Emergency Medical Services Council presented awards Saturday to police, fire, ambulance and other emergency personnel for successfully administering CPR to victims.

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Blind Bat Brewery Bistro & Take-Away opens in Centerport1m read1m read
Callie's Beach Cafe opens in Centerport1m read1m read
Water's Edge to succeed iconic Thatched Cottage in Centerport
Elwood Quad cinemas reopening after COVID closure, owner says

The Elwood Quad, a longtime fixture in East Northport, closed Oct. 29, 2020, just days after cinemas were allowed to reopen.

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Long Islanders bid a tearful farewell to 'This Is Us'

Tissue boxes at hand, local viewers are ready for the NBC show's final episode.

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Love Story: They met at 16 as Modell's co-workers

We got engaged in 1971, after Ernie surprised me with a ring in my Easter basket.

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The Column: Annual checkup helps me keep perspective

Sometimes I impose my Only Child Theory on medical personnel.

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God Squad: Happy Vesak Day! Celebrating Buddha's birthday

Let's consider how Buddhism addresses salvation from sin/ignorance/despair.

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Jill Cestraro scores go-ahead run in sixth to give Commack softball playoff win

Took advantage of miscue by Smithtown East and Cougars followed with six hits in first-round game.

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Commack vs. Smithtown East

See the scenes from Wednesday's Suffolk matchup.

Suffolk legislators weighing 12-year limit for officeholders

The legislature advanced a measure that would establish a countywide referendum in November and settle an issue that caused a thorny political and legal dispute last year.

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Edie Falco to play Pete Davidson's mom in streaming series

Peacock series "Bupkis" will be a fictionalized version of Davidson's life.

'Margaritaville,' 'Mystic Pizza' coming to Engeman Theater

New season will also include "The Sound of Music," "A Christmas Story" and more.

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LI museums celebrate Asian Heritage Month

Check out the exhibits at Wang Center, Hecksher Museum and Westbury Arts.

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Four LI hospitals get 'A' rating by nonprofit watchdog

St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center, Mather Hospital, North Shore University Hospital and NYU Langone Hospital–Long Island each got the top score from the Washington, D.C.-based Leapfrog Group.

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Popularity of vitamins is sky-high, but health experts question effectiveness

When taken in moderation, they can be important to overall health. But loading up on them is not very effective, some experts said, and can even be dangerous.

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'The Little Prince' to end Broadway run 3 months early

The acrobatic musical will play its final performance on May 8.

Huntington delays vote on project near bald eagle nest

Bird lovers are concerned the Centerport project is within 650 feet of an eagles' nest.

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Two Huntington natives open wellness studio
Huntington natives launch wellness studio with focus on wholistic health

8Well, a fitness studio in downtown Huntington, will focus on the eight dimensions of wellness: physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, vocational, financial and environmental, owners said.

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Nassau agrees to pay cabdriver shot by cop $2M

County legislative committees approved the payment to settle a lawsuit filed by Thomas Moroughan after then-Officer Anthony DiLeonardo wounded him twice on a night when DiLeonardo had been drinking.

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Suffolk transit proposal would increase frequency, but cut bus routes in half

A proposed redesign of the transit system would increase the frequency of bus arrivals on several key routes, but also would eliminate routes in other communities, according to Suffolk officials.

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Rinaldi steps into 'learning curve' in role as leader of LIRR and Metro-North  

Catherine Rinaldi reported to her new job as LIRR interim president feeling "very excited and a little nervous" as she takes on the task of running the nation's two largest commuter railroads.

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Interim LIRR president Catherine Rinaldi talks railroad's future
Medical professionals say they're on the 'front lines of the misinformation war'

Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, many Long Island doctors and other medical personnel are frustrated with the people who still refuse to get vaccinated. They blame it on social media.

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Nearly a third still feeling anxiety, depression two years into pandemic

Nearly a third of Americans report symptoms as such — triple the pre-COVID-19 number — as they adjust to shifting ideas of what the new normal will look like.

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Pothole Island: Gaping holes leaving motorists fed up, feeling repair pinch

Tire-popping potholes have opened up across Long Island — flooding car repair shops and towing companies with work — and leaving fed-up motorists feeling the pinch.

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Gaping holes leaving motorists fed up, feeling repair pinch
Phillip Eng resigns as president of the Long Island Rail Road
LIRR president Phillip Eng resigns; Metro-North president named replacement

Eng, president of the LIRR since 2018, will be replaced by Metro-North president Catherine Rinaldi, who will lead the nation's two largest commuter railroads for the remainder of 2022, officials said.

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Brookhaven highway superintendent: Visibility is very poor
Blakeman: It's not a safe situation out there
Islip supervisor: Crews will be working to clear snow until Monday