"Please help us," he wrote in an Aug. 7 letter, which was sent to local officials, "If not, then I request on behalf of our residents – your constituents – you initiate proceedings to have me removed as superintendent." 2. Woman Opens Home, and Heart, to Dog with Cancer This story, of a woman who adopted a pit bull with cancer, garnered more than 2,500 shares on Facebook. Many may have passed this pup up for adoption, but Erica Kutzing of Port Jefferson said it was love at first sight: As soon as she saw an Instagram photo of Lucia, a 12-year-old pit bull who had been diagnosed with cancer, she wanted to adopt her. 3.
Breaks Record Temps, Keeps Going Scorching hot temperatures have broken several records across Long Island in July, as daily highs climb toward triple digits as locals flocked to area beaches and backyard pools to stay cool. 4. Port Jefferson Community Celebrates its Senior Class High school graduation is always a cause for celebration and they start of summer and bigger things. Flip through our photos of Port Jefferson's class of 2013. 5.Port Jefferson
Station Couple Wins $1M Powerball Prize The traditional gift for a 50th wedding anniversary is supposed to be gold, but for one local couple, that gift was green instead.
A Powerball ticket purchased as part of a 50th wedding anniversary celebration won a $1 million for Port Jefferson Station resident Allen Balzarano and his wife.
The winning ticket was purchased at Carry-All Wine & Liquor in Mt. Sinai.