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Suffolk County (New York)

By the time Suffolk County was formed in 1683, English settlers already had been living on the East End for more than 40 years.
By the time Suffolk County was formed in 1683, English settlers already had been living on the East End for more than 40 years. « Show less

Top Suffolk County (New York) Articles

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  • Gas Leak Spurs Evacuation Of 900 Long Island Homes

    Gas Leak Spurs Evacuation Of 900 Long Island Homes
    A leak in a large propane gas tank at a suburban shopping center forced residents out of 900 homes before dawn on New Year's Day and shut down a swath of roads and railroad service for hours on eastern Long Island. The leak in the 30,000-gallon...
  • Convicted Murderer To Receive Victim's Fortune

    Convicted Murderer To Receive Victim's Fortune
    "He went in to rob her, and he ended up killing her, and now he's going to get all her money. It's like he's finishing the robbery." These angry words of frustration come from the sister of murder victim, Dianne Edwards. Donna Larsen of Lake...
  • Girl Rescued After Dog Pulls Her Onto Thin Ice

    Girl Rescued After Dog Pulls Her Onto Thin Ice
    After an 11-year-old Sayville girl was dragged onto a partially frozen area of the Great South Bay by a neighbor's dog, she broke through and plunged into the frigid water, officials said Monday. Sarah Thalhammer was walking the 1-year-old poodle/Maltese...
  • Police: 3 LI Bodies ID'd, May Be Serial Killer

    Police: 3 LI Bodies ID'd, May Be Serial Killer
    The three remaining bodies found near Jones Beach on Long Island have all been identified, Suffolk County police and the district attorney announced Monday. They were identified as Melissa Barthelemy, 27, from the Bronx; Amber Lynn Costello, 27, from...
  • Two Deaths Blamed On Latest Snow Storm

    Two Deaths Blamed On Latest Snow Storm
    Police on Long Island are investigating two incidents that resulted in the deaths of two local women. According to Suffolk County Police, Doris Metz, 64, was walking in the parking lot of the First Student Charger Bus Rental company at Railroad Avenue at...
  • Sister Called From Missing NY Prostitute's Phone

    Sister Called From Missing NY Prostitute's Phone
    The teenage sister of one of four prostitutes found slain on Long Island received a half-dozen calls from the victim's cell phone in the six weeks after she disappeared in 2009, her family said Thursday. Melissa Barthelemy's sister, Amanda, who was...
  • Staten Island Chuck Predicts Early Spring, But Long Island Groundhogs Disagree

    Staten Island Chuck Predicts Early Spring, But Long Island Groundhogs Disagree
    Groundhog Staten Island Chuck emerged from his burrow Wednesday morning to predict an early spring. But New York City's groundhog counterparts in Long Island beg to differ. With the assistance of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New York City's groundhog did not...
  • Nearly 2 Dozen Arrested For Selling Fake, Real Cocaine

    Nearly 2 Dozen Arrested For Selling Fake, Real Cocaine
    Nearly half a dozen people were arrested Thursday on drug-trafficking charges, which according to authorities included the sales of both fake and real cocaine. In total, 18 were arrested in the bust that stretched from Brooklyn to the Hamptons....
  • Cops: Thief Makes Off With Gator, Boas, Exotic Animals

    Cops: Thief Makes Off With Gator, Boas, Exotic Animals
    Police responded to an unusual burglary reported Tuesday -- someone may have used the Super Bowl as a distraction to steal five large, exotic animals from a pet store in Mastic, N.Y. According to the store's owner, someone broke into the Animal Hut at...
  • Contaminated Tap Water in Malverne

    Contaminated Tap Water in Malverne
    Marianne Monahan, a resident of Malverne, says she has no choice but to bathe in brown bath water. "I'm so outraged I can't even put it into words," said Monahan. Monahan drinks mostly bottled water and had a filtration system installed in the kitchen,...
  • LI School District Warns of Staggering Teacher Layoffs

    LI School District Warns of Staggering Teacher Layoffs
    Close to one-third of the teachers in one of suburban New York's largest school districts could be unemployed when the school year ends as the result of a gaping budget deficit, PIX 11 News has learned. If the staggering cuts go through, the results...