A Nesconset-based animal rescue is seeking the public's help to give a second chance at sight and a better life to Hope, a young abandoned pitbull.
Craig Fields, a volunteer with the Nesconset-based New York Bully Crew that specializes in rescuing pit bulls, said the organization has started a Go Fund Me fundraiser for $3,000 in hopes of getting a former stray pit bull, named Hope, eye surgery to keep her from going blind.
Smithtown NonProfit Receives $10,000 Grant from BJ's
A Smithtown nonprofit agency accepted a $10,000 grand from BJ's Community Foundation this Monday.
Options for Community Living , a nonprofit organization that provides housing and support for homeless individuals, those in crisis or individuals with chronic medical or mental illness, said it will use the funds to help families in its affordable housing programs.
Police Nab Holbrook Man for Attempted Robbery of Islandia Eatery
A Holbrook man was arrested Tuesday evening for attempting to rob a local Subway restaurant.
Police said Patrick Piccola walked into the Subway restaurant in Islandia Wednesday night at about 6:35 and approached a clerk, pointing what appeared to be a gun. Piccola fled the store, located at 1750 Veterans Memorial Hwy without any money.Bretton Woods Students Help Feed the Hungry
Inspired by song lyrics written by Tom Chapin, brother of Harry Chapin, the third grade class at Bretton Woods Elementary School recently donated food to the Long Island Cares Food Bank.
Photos: Homecoming Halftime Show
It was a successful homecoming for the Hauppauge football team as the Eagles defeated Comsewogue 20-9 Saturday evening.
During halftime, the Hauppauge High cheerleading, kickline and marching band put on a splendid show.
Cops: Islandia Walmart Employee Sexually Abused 5-Year-Old in Store Bathroom
An Islandia Walmart employee sexually abused a 5-year-old boy in a store bathroom last Saturday night, according to Suffolk Police.
Matthew Bulmer, of Islip Terrace, was arrested at the store on Veterans Highway, following an investigation by Fourth Squad and Special Victims Section detectives.