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Cuthbertson and Berland Speak at County Forum on Huntington Station Community Policing

Community Policing Forum

A Community Policing Forum was held to address crime issues in Huntington Station.

Huntington Town Council Members Mark Cuthbertson and

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Suffolk Police to Announce Pharmacy Safety Initiative

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County Police Commissioner Edward Webber will hold a press conference tomorrow at Police Headquarters to announce a comprehensive program that will focus on pharmacy safety.

The department’s three-pronged Pharmacy Safety Initiative is being launched to help protect members of our community and pharmacy

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Staying Independent for Life

The Suffolk County Department of Health Services has begun making major strides in its effort to prevent falls in the county’s elderly population, one of the department’s primary goals as outlined in its Community Health Assessment 2010-2013.

Falls are the leading cause of injury among New Yorkers over 65 years of age. They account

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Election Results

Huntington Town Council: Eugene Cook with 27.02%, total: 18,794; followed by Susan Berland with 26.39%, total: 18358

Receiver of Taxes: Ester Bivona with 67%, total: 23172

Suffolk County Executive: Steven Bellone with 56.56% of the vote, total: 130607

Suffolk County Legislature:

18th LD: William Doc Spencer, 50.56%, total 7885 (Elizabeth Black, 49.41%; total 7706)

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State and Local Officials Address Community Concerns at “Government Reports Breakfast”

It will be a full house as state and local officials address community concerns and provide an update on government activities at this year’s annual “Government Reports Breakfast,” sponsored by the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, on Thursday, October 27 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the Crest Hollow Country Club, 8325 Jericho Turnpike,

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Letter to the Editor: Cell Tower was Cooper’s Proposal

From the Deputy Director of Communications for the Office of Suffolk County Executive:

Just when you think you have seen every cynical, hypocritical political machination in the book, Jon Cooper shows you something new. His latest is the September 24th open letter to the community in which he is, in essence, vowing to save

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Operation Safe School Zone to Take Effect Today

The Suffolk County Police Department will be cracking down on traffic violations in school zones as students throughout the county return to school this week.

 

Officers from Patrol, Community Oriented Police Enforcement (COPE) and Highway Patrol Bureau will be stationed in school zones throughout the police district from September 7 until September 30

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No Swimming At Any Suffolk County Beach On Sunday

Based on the reports from the National Weather Service The Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS) has issued an advisory against swimming at all Suffolk County beaches on Sunday, 8/28/11, due to the potential for dangerous conditions including but not limited to high surf, storm surges, high winds, floating debris and dangerous rip

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SCPD Urges Parents to Protect College Students Against Dangers of Identity Theft

The Suffolk County Police Department’s (SCPD) Identity Theft Unit would like to remind parents to remain vigilant against identity theft as their children begin their college careers away from home. College students are especially vulnerable to identity theft as they experience life on their own away from home for the first time. They are

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Police Issue More Than 1,100 Cell Phone & Texting Summonses

     Last week, Suffolk County Police caught lots of drivers on cell phones chatting and texting.

Suffolk County Police announce the results of last week’s distracted driving initiative

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