Here are links to five big stories that happened this week in Port Jefferson.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has found that the Village of Port Jefferson spent more than $1.5 million on projects and municipal goods without a competitive bidding process, according to an audit released Thursday. The village says it's now mostly in compliance with recomendations in the report.
At a public meeting on Tuesday, the Board of Trustees and the Planning Board for Port Jefferson met to view a presentation by architects contracted by the village to draft a comprehensive revitalization plan for Upper Port Jefferson.
Singer and Port Jefferson Station teen, Raquel Castro, will release her debut single titled, "Diary" on Super Bowl Sunday to coincide with season premiere of "The Voice."
tries to make its location on the outskirts of Port Jefferson a positive by offering lower prices than village restaurants for its traditional deli food in a cozy atmosphere that owner Carl Bachmann likens to the hangout in Happy Days.
For more than 20 years, the Denice Given Band has been rocking the village from its humble beginnings at the old Printer’s Devil to gigs on the Port Jefferson ferry and they show no sign of stopping.