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Smithtown Animal Shelter

Zane – 2 year old puggle mix male/neutered. Looking for big personality in a small package? Zane may be the dog for you, he would prefer a home with older children and no other pets.

The Smithtown Animal Shelter has many kittens for adoption, the little ones are handled and socialized by our volunteer staff they are friendly have their initial shots and de-worming.










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Homecoming At Commack High School


Smithtown’s Official 350th Anniversary Logo - The Town of Smithtown will be celebrating its 350th anniversary in 2015.  A committee has formed to plan events for a 350th Anniversary Celebration.  This logo was selected by the committee from a selection of logo designs submitted by high school students and is the official logo for the celebration.  The logo was designed by Smithtown HSE Senior Sabrina Shankar Class of 2014.  read more

Man Rescued After Driving Through A Fence Into Deep End Of Swimming Pool - Fourth Precinct officers responded to a call in which a Good Samaritan rescued a 79-year-old man that drove into a pool in Commack this afternoon. Joseph DiDonato was driving a 2010 Acura SUV through the parking lot of Mayfair Foot Care, located at 19 Harned Road, Commack read more

OP-ED Legislator Trotta Urges Voters To Say NO To County Proposition # 5 Everyone loves open space and wants to protect our drinking water, but Proposition #5, which is on the ballot on Election Day, is much more about cash flow than it is about water quality.  While no one cares more than me about protecting our drinking water and preserving open space, in looking at the details of this Proposition, which, you pay me to do; I can tell you that the voters are being misled. You are not being given the whole story - read more

Letter To Editor - Congressman Bishop Asks For Your Vote -I’m running for reelection to Congress because I’m dedicated to improving the lives of the people of my district. In particular, in an era where ideology too often trumps practicality, I’ve consistently put aside partisanship for common-sense solutions that help everyday Long Islanders. read more

 We Have A Deer Problem In Smithtown - Now What? - DEC’s (Department of Environmental Conservation) decision to open Kings Park’s Unique Area on Meadow Road to bow hunting for deer is confounding for many residents in Smithtown. How did it happen that bow hunting could possibly be deemed acceptable in Smithtown on a sixty acre site surrounded by homes, a school,  athletic field and a newly created handicapped accessible walking trail/foot path is a question people want answered?  How can the DEC consider hunting to be a compatible use to a walking trail, a place where people bring their pets and little children can run? read more
Nesconset Girl Scout Troop 483 Holds A Garden Dedication Ceremony -

On Friday, October 10th, a Garden Dedication Ceremony was held to commemorate Suffolk County Girl Scouts Troop 483 from Nesconset creating a garden at one of Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. (FREE) residential programs in Hauppauge in memory of Nancy, one of the residents, who lived there and passed away last year. Thirteen girls created the garden, beginning in May and completing it in June, with some of their read more

Omega Man And Branch Brook Students Unite Against Bullying - 

Students at Branch Brook Elementary School in Smithtown recently experienced the power of the Omega Man and Friends program, a fun and inspiring superhero-themed bullying prevention program that empowered youngsters to feel good about themselves and their classmates and be respectful and responsible in life. read more


By Dana Klosner - It’s just about time to think about those holiday presents. And a unique and hand-crafted gift with a personal touch might just be the answer. Opening mid-November, The Crafter’s Table, located at 529 Lake Avenue in St. James, is a ceramic and glass fusion studio, where there will be hundreds of pieces of ceramics that have been cleaned and fired and all ready for customers to paint. The owner/manager Anne Carlin, will then glaze and fire it for you to make your own unique piece of pottery. She also offers glass where you can make your own jewelry, plates, cheeseboards or checkerboards among other pieces which she will then fire. read more




 Congratulations to the Commack Coalition of Caring for motivating so many young people to participate in the 5k/fun run. Kudos to all the participants! Results and photos on Commack SD website