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LIRR substitutes buses for trains between Ronkonkoma and Greenport on Saturday of Maritime Festival weekend

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Local elected officials and festival organizers say they can't understand the LIRR's decision, made without consulting them, which they say will worsen traffic on local roads this weekend.

Mattituck reacts to Brinkmann’s proposed 20,000 sq. ft. complex on Main Road

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The Brinkmann family faced an emotional audience at a packed meeting of the Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association last night, where Brinkmann's plans were unveiled for new hardware and paint stores on Main Road at New Suffolk Avenue.

Hurricane victims in Florida and Texas receive donations sent by local residents

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Donations from North Fork residents make their way to hurricane victims in both Florida and Texas.

Russell: No one in town government is trying to scuttle Sports East

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Supervisor Scott Russell says he's committed to Sports East concept and would help the developer find a new location if the ZBA denies its special exception use application.

Tropical storm watch is in effect for L.I.

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The center of Hurricane Jose is expected to track well to the southeast of Montauk Point, but tropical storm-force winds and heavy rains are expected across the East End Tuesday into Wednesday.

Shedding light on DACA: Local Dems host session on the program for ‘Dreamers’ and its controversial termination

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A 26-year-old DACA recipient who came to the U.S. from Guatemala as a child told a gathering in East Marion today about his fear for his future should the program end in March as it's set to do.

Rebuilding effort continues for historic Southold church destroyed by fire in 2015

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After voting to rebuild after a devastating fire, the First Universalist Church of Southold congregation looks forward to a brand new church.

Planned Parenthood celebrates grand opening of new office in Riverhead

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Planned Parenthood has moved into new, larger quarters in Riverhead and today celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting and tours.

Southold Town Board Public hearings set on beach parking regs, ferry district bond issuance

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Upcoming hearings and actions taken at the Sept. 12 regular meeting of the Southold Town Board.

Suffolk health official reports first two human cases of West Nile this year

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Most cases of West Nile produce mild symptoms and many probably go unreported, Dr. James Tomarken said.