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It was back in 1812 that “Uncle Billy Dayton” set the first white pine seedlings on his farm in Middle Island on the road to Yaphank. As the years passed, the trees grew and seeded themselves over the land that surrounded the first planting, until they covered nearly 15 acres, and became the most beautiful […]

The summer has come and everyone is ready to hit the beaches, however residents should be aware of elevated levels of bacteria that were found by the Suffolk County Department of Health. Out of 190 Beaches, six (6) of them are closed for bathing due to the potential health hazards. According to Commissioner of Health […]