Police find dad, 3 sons lost in 6,000-acre Suffolk park 

The family was able to reach 911 just before the father's cellphone battery died and Suffolk officers conducted an hour-long search to find them.

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Performers fleeing Ukrainian war find refuge with traveling Flip Circus

The circus is here for 10 days this month.

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Long Island Christians weigh in on Roe v. Wade
On abortion issue and Roe, beliefs of LI Christians mirror U.S.

Christian Long Islanders are as divided on the hot-button abortion issue as most of the country. Between the extremes — no abortion at all or abortion with no restrictions — there is nuance among Christians on the island. 

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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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Upcoming Events

Victorian Christmas at Moran Studio

Mar5

Join the East Hampton Historical Society for a very special holiday exhibition at the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio (circa 1884). Upon entering the Moran Studio, a National Landmark, your gaze will be riveted upon the majestic holiday tree, illuminated in dainty lights and adorned with hundreds of precious, vintage glass ornaments. Be immersed in a 19th Century Christmas celebration, featuring festive décor, period clothing, antique postcards, beautiful silver, and period toys. Victorian Christmas at Moran Studio 229 Main Street, East Hampton Village

Where

East Hampton, NY

East Hampton, NY

11937

Price

$5

The Hallmarks of Hoie: An Invitation to the Imagination

Mar7

The late Claus Hoie may be known for his watercolors of East End life, past and present, from noble whaling captains to the agricultural charms of the farm stand, but a new exhibition will highlight another side of the Norwegian-American artist -- his whimsical greeting cards

Where

Bridgehampton Museum

2368 Montauk Hwy.

Bridgehampton, NY

11932

Phone: 631-537-1088; Archives: 631-613-6730

Price

$5

Stop the Bleed

Mar16

The medical team at Good Samaritan Hospital will teach how to stop the bleed in emergency situations and increase the chance that more people will survive injuries, learn 3 quick techniques to control bleeding and apply them hands-on using training materials, participants will receive a class certificate upon completion, limited space, masks are required, register starting Feb. 1

Where

Sayville Library

88 Greene Ave.

Sayville, NY

11782

Phone: 631-589-4440

Price

Free

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Newsday Athlete of the Week is Floyd boys lacrosse's Connor Murtha

Senior had 22 goals and 11 assists this season.

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Courtney Quinn leads Ward Melville girls lacrosse to Suffolk final

Had two goals and two assists in win over Floyd.

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Center Moriches girls lacrosse wins its second straight Suffolk Class D title

Megan Magill gets three goals, two assists and Lauren Spivak scores four goals.

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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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Teens injured when driver, 17, crashes on LIE, Suffolk police say

One of the teens was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital with serious injuries, police said.

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Centereach man pleads guilty in fatal stabbing of wife, Suffolk DA says

The body of Melissa Molinari, who was stabbed 58 times, was found in the Pine Barrens wrapped in garbage bags and duct tape, prosecutors said.

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Girl, 13, raped by man she met via Snapchat, Suffolk police say

Police said the man met up with the girl at a playground in Hauppauge, where he raped her.

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Port Jefferson vs. Center Moriches

See the scenes from Friday's playoff matchup.

Stephen Bayer propels Port Jefferson to Class D Suffolk boys lacrosse title

Bayer scored five goals and Kyle Scandale had three goals and a key assist.

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Deer Park man gets 21 years in prison for wife's killing

Paul Bonny, 35, was sentenced to 21 years in prison for the November 2020 fatal shooting, prosecutors said.

Sheriff's honors for one who dreamed of joining the ranks 

Two years after Philip Joseph "PJ" Fusaro's death, his memory lives on as the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office and others celebrated his legacy. 

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Suffolk sheriff posthumously honors William Floyd graduate 
Stony Brook women fall to North Carolina in NCAA lacrosse tourney

Seawolves finish 16-3 after falling in the quarterfinals for the fourth time in the last five seasons.

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Sayville vs. Mount Sinai

See the scenes from Thursday's playoff matchup.

Catherine Meyers pitches 1-hitter as Sayville softball wins playoff opener

Giovanna Calicchio had three hits and an RBI in victory over Mount Sinai.

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State charges Amazon shortchanged pregnant, disabled workers 

The State Division of Human Rights said the online retailing giant failed to comply with law requiring reasonable accommodations for such physical conditions.

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Beading Hearts moms bring message of hope to inmates fighting addiction

As part of their mission, members of The Beading Hearts travel to the Yaphank jail twice a month — once for men, once for women — to support inmates on their journey to recovery.

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'Beading Hearts' string together hope for inmates struggling with addiction
3 new play and support group venues for kids open on Long Island

A play area with a tubular, winding slide, a ball pit, and play area with toys lets kids explore open play.

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Baby Animal Day returns to the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center
Pet piglets, lambs and more during Baby Animal Day at Long Island farm

The festival includes more than just baby animals. Visitors can feed the grown goats and sheep too.

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Political, advocacy groups put their imprint on LI school board races
Long Island school board elections get 'nasty'

Political and advocacy groups increasingly have been injecting themselves into traditionally nonpartisan school board elections on Long Island, endorsing candidates, assisting in campaigns and inflaming divisions ahead of the May 17 vote.

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Nonprofit closes Yaphank shelter for homeless vets, shifts focus to more permanent housing

The Veterans Place, a 23-bed shelter that operated on Mill Road since 1996, closed as the need to house homeless veterans has dwindled, said the CEO of the nonprofit that operated it via a subsidiary. All residents were moved to other facilities, officials said. 

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Suffolk memorial honors 27 officers killed in the line of duty

The names read during the ceremony included Det. Dennis J. Wustenhoff, who was killed by a car bomb outside his Patchogue home.

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Suffolk police honor fallen department members
Waste-to-gas facility breaks ground in Yaphank amid complaints

Neighbors fear the new anaerobic digester would contribute to the area becoming the 'garbage capital of Long Island without any public planning process.'

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Camp bus driver pleads guilty to multiple DWI counts

The Ridge woman crashed twice last July while taking Cub Scouts from a Calverton camp, then fled, Suffolk prosecutors said.

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Suffolk emergency workers really deliver for moms in labor

Four receive citations during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week after series of crisis calls in January.

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Work to start on food waste-to-energy facility in Yaphank

The concept is to turn food waste into a form of renewable natural gas.

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Homeowners say more LIers need their water wells tested
Suffolk cops crack down on dirt bikes, ATVs on public streets

The off-road vehicles are not permitted on any public roads in the county, but police say they have been a nuisance and a safety risk.

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Suffolk Police Commissioner Harrison suspends union delegate, law enforcement sources say

The move, described as unusually tough by policing experts, prompted a widely shared message from an unidentified PBA member, criticizing Rodney Harrison.

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The upside of buying a condo or co-op on Long Island

They offer affordable entry-level homeownership, equity-building and downsizing opportunities for retirees.

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