Community Raises Questions Regarding Proposed Mt. Sinai Mosque
Community packs planning board meeting Monday with questions regarding a proposed place of worship in Mt. Sinai; decision put on hold.
Calls From Public May Lead to More Charges for Alleged Scammer
According to police, Ellen Burkheimer pretended she was representing Head Start, an educational program kids from for low-income families.
Soup Kitchen Scammers Possibly Targeting Port Jefferson Residents
Local soup kitchen, WelcomeINN, says callers requesting donations is not part of their organization.
Earlier than normal flu season combined with spoiled supplies after Sandy may mean fewer vaccines in the area.
Port Jefferson Administrators Attend School Security Forum
School officials from across Long Island gathered to share ideas on improving student safety.
Port Jeff Brewing Co. Pouring at Upcoming Nano Cask Fest
This year's festival will again be held in Rocky Point at the North Shore Beach Property Owner's Association clubhouse, on Jan. 26.
Fire Marshal: Faulty Cable Caused Belle Terre Garage Fire
After a Wednesday night fire engulfed a Belle Terre garage in flames, requiring mutual aid from surrounding fire departments, town officials said Friday that the fire was likely caused by a faulty wire in the home.
More than books, these days a library offers a place for people to come together.
Port Jefferson Library Board Has 1 Candidate For 2 Open Positions
Harriet Z. Martin will run for an open five-year term seat.