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A Port Jefferson Station man was arrested by Suffolk County Police after he reportedly posed as an Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Officer on two separate occasions, one of which involved handcuffing a 19-year-old and shortly bringing him back to his home, according to police.
Suffolk County Police said David Bradley, 39, was involved in a road rage incident on Sunday in Port Jefferson Station, at the intersection of Woodhull Avenue and Route 347, around noon. Following the incident, police said, Bradley activated emergency lights on his automobile, pulled the other car over, identified himself as an ICE Officer, and handcuffed the teen driving the vehicle.
Mount Sinai School District will put up a new budget for a vote on June 19 after last month.
The $54.6 million budget is a decrease of .53 percent over last year’s operating budget, according to a summary released by the school and posted onto its website. The increase in the tax levy in the proposed budget is 2.13 percent. The cost to homeowners is $233.43 per $100 of assessed valuation or $13.40 more per month on average.
Suffolk County Police report that a Port Jefferson Station man was killed in a car accident at the intersection of Old Town Road and North Ocean Avenue in Coram at about 5:44 a.m. on Friday.
Ramon Genao, 37, of Port Jefferson Station, was a passenger in a 2011 Nissan heading east on Old Town Road when Michelle Gass, 22, of Coram, driving a 2012 Ford heading north on North Ocean Avenue hit Genao's car in the intersection. Genao died shortly after being taken to Stony Brook Hospital in serious condition.
The is in a little bit of trouble, linguistically speaking. The company has come under the scrutiny of an unforgiving agency and they have set their sights on the ferry’s site.
Language Log – a blog started by two college professors with expertise in linguistics – is calling out the ferry in a post titled "Booking in Advance" for the way they stated the question of how far in advance a customer can make a reservation.
Port Jefferson Superintendent Ken Bossert’s contract was extended by the school board until 2017, according to a statement released by the school district.
Although the existing three-year agreement wasn’t up until 2014, the board decided to stretch it. School boards usually examine a Superintendent’s contract at the end of every year, according to Board of Education President Mark Doyle.
“By extending Dr. Bossert's contract to five years, the Board recognizes his accomplishments this year and conveys our confidence in his ability to lead the district through what will surely be one of our most difficult periods as we deal with the ,” he said.
The Congressional race between incumbent Tim Bishop and challenger Randy Altschuler seems to be picking up right where it left off two years ago. The most recent row is a finger pointing campaign over who said what about Altschuler’s private corporate office on Long Island.
Bishop’s side is accusing the challenger of taking jobs out of the United States through his private companies. Altschuler’s camp says that Bishop has yet to explain what they claim is the loss of 30,000 jobs from Long Island since he’s been in Congress.
That economic argument has come to a head over a small, unoccupied office in Port Jefferson Station.
The real Bounty is one of the most famous ships in the world. The mutiny that took place in Tahiti in 1789 on board the British transport vessel has been retold in countless books and movies.
The replica of the ship is a famous star all its own. It was originally built for the 1962 movie “Mutiny on the Bounty” with Marlon Brando.
The HMS Bounty will put in at the on Thursday, June 28. She is expected to stay on through Sunday, July 1.
"During her stay she will be open for dockside tours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 29 – July 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.," saidPort Jefferson village spokeswoman, Jill Russell.
Kenny Scotland, defensive end for the , is one of 100 football players from around Long Island Island and New York City who will be playing in the United Healthcare Empire Challenge High School Football All-Star Game kicking off June 19 at 7 p.m. at Hofstra's Shuart Stadium.
Hundreds came out to watch the parade celebrating the Port Jefferson Fire Department's 125th Anniversary on Sunday. About 30 departments from across Long Island showed up with their oldest and newest equipment to show off the history of their individual departments.
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