Veterans to Be Honored at LI Ducks Games

Suffolk County’s program to honor veterans at Long Island Ducks games will return this season. The Heroes of the Game program features veterans and active-duty personnel through game-time recognition and free tickets. More than 100 residents will be honored during the season. Up to two Read More …

UPDATE: Funding Available for Youth Team Sports

UPDATE: The Suffolk County Youth Bureau is accepting applications from nonprofit, community-based organizations to fund programs that provide youth team sportsĀ  in Suffolk County. YTS is a new funding system to support team sports for underserved youth. The deadline to apply has been extended to Read More …

Lewis Oliver Farm Sanctuary Looking to Add Staff

Lewis Oliver Farm Sanctuary in Northport is hosting Santa Claus today as it welcomes visitors who come to see the rescued animals that live there. But the holiday celebration comes at a time that the organization operating the animal sanctuary is eager to find the Read More …

How To: Rent Space at Coindre Hall

The Town of Huntington Parks and Recreation will occasionally rent out space in Coindre Hall when it is not being used for town programs. The 8,800-square foot gm can be used for fitness classes, basketball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, tennis and other sports. Classrooms of 602 Read More …

Suffolk County Outlines Plans for Coindre Hall Park Restoration

Suffolk County sent a contingent of officials to Huntington Wednesday night to detail its restoration work at Coindre Hall. They met with a crowd of about 150 residents, including a group that has challenged the county’s plans, as well as those who supported the county’s Read More …

Suffolk Schedules Forum on Restoration at Coindre Hall

Suffolk County officials will provide residents with information about the restoration work going on at Coindre Hall at a forum on Feb. 8. The forum is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Harborfields Public Library and will feature Suffolk County Legislator Stephanie Bontempi, as well Read More …

Suffolk Steps Up Cyberprotection Offers After Personal Data Exposure

Suffolk County said Wednesday that it is partnering with a cyber firm to offer identity theft protection resulting from the Sept.8 cyberattack on county computers. Newsday reported Wednesday that as many as 470,000 people who were issued moving violations in Suffolk during the past decade Read More …

Real Estate Industry Struggles With Effects of Suffolk County Cyberattack

Many real estate businesses are struggling to complete deals as a cyberattack on computers three weeks ago continues to disrupt Suffolk County government. Local real estate experts say that the cyber disruption is preventing property closings, blocking the verification of titles and filing of documents. Read More …