Manorville Man Killed in Port Jefferson Station Crash
A Manorville man died Monday afternoon in a four-car crash on Nesconset Highway in Port Jefferson Station.
Suffolk police said Leonard Sloan, 59, of Manorville, lost control of his vehicle, which crossed over into oncoming traffic and struck three other cars that were waiting in the eastbound turning lane to turn left onto Davis Ave.
Hundreds Hit Port Jefferson Streets for One Billion Rising Campaign
This Valentine's Day, people all over the globe rose in dance and demonstration to raise awareness of violence against women, incuding around 200 in Port Jefferson.
The Port Jeff Rising Flash Mob was part of the One Billion Rising Day of Action, where 205 countries hosted tens of thousands of events to speak out against the horrors of abuse suffered by females all around the world.
Port Jefferson Teen Leads Snowmobile Pro Racing Circuit Division
Jake Scott has been racing snowmobiles since he was 12 years old, and now at the age of 18 he is leading the the overall points chase in the AMSOIL Championship Snocross series Pro Lite division.
Scott, who now lives in Minnesota in the winter after growing up in Port Jefferson Station, is atop the Pro Lite division with 356 total points heading into this weekend's race back in New York.
Photo: Railing Installation at Harborfront Park Continues
The installation of new railing at Danfords Lot continues to move forward despite inclement weather, according to Mayor Margot Garant.
The railing is part of project to overhaul Harborfront Park's walkway.
In 2011, to complete the walkway between the Brookhaven Town Harborwalk and Harborfront Park, matching $100,000 that the village already set aside for the project.
Boys & Girls Club Relocates to New Clubhouse in Port Jefferson Station
For the Boys & Girls Club of Suffolk County, more space means more opportunities for kids to learn, play and grow.
That's exactly what the organization's new clubhouse in Port Jefferson Station will offer, according to program coordinator Dina DeMeo. The BGC is leaving its Setauket clubhouse on North Country Rd. to establish a new one at Calvary Baptist Church on Jayne Blvd. in Port Jefferson Station.
The new BGC facility will be introduced to the community at a Feb. 25 open house from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.