West Islip, NYfox5ny.com

Survey: Nearly two-thirds of millennials regret buying new home

LONG ISLAND - For Andrew Gippetti, a 3-bedroom home in West Islip was a worthwhile pandemic purchase. "I love it," he said. "It’s an old home. A lot of character. It took a lot longer than expected. There were much higher offers in than ours. Luckily everyone backed out. We were the last man standing and it was totally worth it."
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Mastic Beach, NYPosted by
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Duo Charged In Connection With Long Island Shooting

Police have released the identities of two men charged in connection with a Long Island shooting. John Argueta, age 29, was arrested on Tuesday, June 8, and Junior Argueta, age 18, both of Brentwood, was arrested on Friday, June 10, by Suffolk County Police in connection with the shooting which took place in Mastic Beach on Thursday, June 3.
Suffolk County, NYfox5ny.com

Woman badly injured while cutting down tree: Suffolk Police

LONG ISLAND - A woman was critically injured Friday when she fell attempting to cut down a tree near her home in Suffolk County. According to the Suffolk County Police Department, Tanya Pirro, 44, was cutting down a street outside of her home in Shirley on Carnation Drive at around 11 a.m. when the tree snapped, and she fell off of the ladder she was using.
Southampton, NYjamesedition.com

Top 1%: The 10 most expensive houses in the booming Hamptons

The Hamptons real estate market continues to thrive. Unlike other upscale areas, supply is keeping up with demand – just. The luxury sector (the top 10% of the market) comprises the most expensive houses in the Hamptons, and shows no signs of dampening. Top brokers in the area cite a...
Riverhead, NYPosted by

Riverhead seeks volunteers for beach committee

The Riverhead Town Board wants to create a beach committee that will advise officials on issues concerning the town’s beaches. The committee will be chaired by Councilman Tim Hubbard. Hubbard said in an interview Friday the committee is “going to be in the interest of improving our beaches for our residents.”
Suffolk County, NYDaily Voice

Two Long Island Store Workers Nabbed For Selling Alcohol, E-Cigarettes To Minors, Police Say

Two men are facing charges on Long Island for selling alcohol and e-cigarettes to minors during a police investigation, officials announced. Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section and Comment Support Unit officers conducted an investigation between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Thursday, June 10 into the alleged sales of alcohol and nicotine to underage buyers following multiple complaints from the community.
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Ribbon cutting held for Insight Healing Ministries

Insight Healing Ministries in Port Jefferson was treated to a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Greater Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce on May 20. Owner Marianne Hennigar received a Certificate of Congratulations from Town of Brookhaven aide Zachary Baum on behalf of Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich. Located at 156 E. Main...
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National Honor Society inducts 58 Riverhead students

Fifty-eight Riverhead High School juniors were inducted into the National Honor Society during a socially distanced candle lighting ceremony on May 19. To be eligible for membership students must baiting an unweighted GPA of 88 or better, meet the standards of leadership, service, citizenship and character and complete 30 hours of community service.
Suffolk County, NYgreaterlongisland.com

Guide: Record shops to hit up on Long Island in time for Record Store Day

Last year, vinyl LPs and EPs outsold CDs for the first time since 1986. This trend was unthinkable 25 years ago. By the turn of the century, vinyl appeared in the twilight of its years and seemingly marked for death. Cassettes and CDs dealt devastating blows to the format and it shied away to irrelevancy in the digital age. But it never reached extinction. The 12 inch 33 1/3 rpm vinyl LP has lived to see its 90th birthday this year.