Search Continues for Dog Taken From West Islip Home During Burglary
Suffolk County Police have joined a West Islip family in the search for their dog, who went missing following a burglary in October.
Joey, also known as JoJo, a 3-year-old Maltese/Dachsund mix, was taken from a Higbie Lane home on October 23, along with an unspecified amount of cash. According to police, one or more suspects entered the home through a basement door between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Coast Guard Delivers Toys to Good Sam Patients
The children in Good Samaritan Hospital's Emergency Pediatric Unit recently enjoyed a special visit from the U.S. Coast Guard.
Members of the Long Island Chief Petty Officer Association of the U. S. Coast Guard spread some holiday cheer by collecting toys and delivering them to the young patients.
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Long Island’s South Shore barrier islands bore the brunt of Hurricane Sandy’s devastating storm surge and winds causing significant damage and in some areas decades’ worth of erosion in just a few days.
Now, officials from across the region are warning that if the barrier islands are not repaired soon, flooding during the next storm could be worse and have a greater impact on mainland South Shore communities.
Winter begins at 6:12 a.m. tomorrow – but what lies ahead for us after a year filled with downpours, a hurricane and an early snowstorm?
According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, the 2012-2013 Winter Season for Long Island and the rest of the Atlantic Corridor will be bone-chillingly cold and drier than average winters.