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Riverhead K-9 unit locates missing child

A Riverhead Police K-9 unit located a missing child with special needs yesterday, police said in a press release. Police were notified by Little Flower Children’s Services yesterday morning that a 14-year-old boy with special needs was missing from the campus. A reverse 911 robocall was issued for the Wading...
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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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Riverhead kids compete in PAL bike rodeo

More then 50 very determined youngsters arrived at Stotzky Park early Saturday morning to compete in the Riverhead PAL Bike Rodeo. The annual competition, open to kids in grades kindergarten through six, requires cyclists to demonstrate excellent control of a bicycle a half-dozen separate tests of skill and concentration — maneuvering around cones, riding along a straight line as slow as possible, building speed and coming to a complete stop as close to a finish line as possible without crossing over, and more.
Hauppauge, NYNewsday

Hauppauge school board to huddle on looming fight with state on masks

With a potential showdown looming, Hauppauge school board members will huddle Sunday with district lawyers to discuss a proposal to no longer require students and staff to wear masks in all situations. The Cuomo administration on Saturday reiterated that schools are required to follow its mask mandate to stay open.
Babylon, NYgreaterlongisland.com

Sunday street dining series set for Babylon Village this summer

Four Sundays dedicated to street dining is heading to Babylon Village this summer. The event organizers are calling it “Summer Sundays.”. “Join our village businesses for Sunday brunch or lunch and some shopping,” said Kelly Peckholdt of the Babylon Village Chamber of Commerce, which is running this series. Summer Sundays...
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."