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Please come down to the Smithtown Animal Shelter and adopt  “Sparticus”!  He is a handsome 9 month old neutered male. He is a stunning grey domestic short hair with a loving personality. Sparticus enjoys hanging out with his cat friends and playing with his toys. He can be a little shy at first, but once he warms up to you, he is a big mush! Meow!

Smithtown Animal Shelter


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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“I commend the Town Board for taking this well-deserved action. Supervisor Vecchio has been a longtime friend, neighbor and mentor of mine and I am thrilled that the building where he has spent the past 38 years leading the Town of Smithtown will be named in honor of him,” said Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta (R- Fort Salonga, NY).

Smithtown Town Hall Dedicated In Honor Of Patrick R. Vecchio




Kings Park Man Arrested For North Babylon Bank Robbery - A notification was broadcast describing the cab and First Precinct police officers located the taxi cab on Weeks Road in North Babylon.  The officers arrested Brian Blackford, 41, of Kings Park. read more


What’s Cookin’? - Smithtown - A Delicious Transformation to Health - By Nancy Vallarella - There is no greater muse than a mother’s passion. Barbara Ann Grova considered nutrition when her child was diagnosed with precocious puberty at age six. Not willing to medicate, Barbara made it her personal mission to research alternatives that took her on a journey exploring nutritional healing and environmental impact on the human body. Grova’s desire to improve her child’s health combined with the dissatisfaction in an unfulfilling corporate career transitioned into a new profession. In 2004, Barbara Grova became a Holistic Nutritionist CHHC, AADP (Certified Holistic Health Counselor, American Association of Drugless Practitioners). She then started her own corporation, Nutritional Healing. read more

Bull Smythe Relay - Sunday, March 1 Come Out And Support The Participants - The Bull Smythe Relay kicks off Smithtown’s 350 Anniversary celebration this Sunday, March 1 at 6am. The public is encouraged to come out and cheer on the runners as they carry a baton containing a copy of Smithtown’s historic 1665 patent.  The relay begins at Town Hall at 6am and will loop around the Town ending at Town Hall sometime after 4pm. A brief ceremony will take place at Town Hall as the Smithtown 350 Foundation members present the patent to Town officials. See Relay Route and Mile Sponsors read more

Don’t Even Think About Using A Wooden Figure To Get You Into HOV Lane - Suffolk County Highway Patrol Officer Jonathan Abrams was on HOV enforcement on the Long Island Expressway at 6:30 a.m. when he observed a red pickup truck speeding in the westbound HOV lane near Exit 51. read more

Councilwoman Lynne Nowick Announces The Creation Of Animal Shelter Advisory Council  - According to Socrates, the secret of change is to focus all your energy, not on fighting the old but, on building the new.  Councilwoman Lynne Nowick, appointed Liaison of behalf of the Smithtown Animal Shelter, firmly believes so.  An avid animal lover herself, Councilwoman Nowick decided to do something never before done in Suffolk County in an effort to enhance the quality of life for the approximately 700 homeless pets who pass through the doors of the shelter each year. read more

Can You Hear Me Now? Three Arrested For Numerous Cell Phone Store Burglaries - Detectives from the Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Precincts charged the men with the burglaries that occurred on the following dates and locations: January 31, Verizon Wireless, 534 Route 111 Hauppauge, February 5, Wireless One Cellular, 5980 Jericho Turnpike, Commack, February 8, Verizon Wireless, 31 North Main Street, Sayville, February 8, Verizon Wireless, 2002 Jericho Turnpike Commack, February 22, R & K Verizon Wireless, 420 Montauk Highway, West Islip

Assemblyman Fitzpatrick’s Proposal to Rescind VLTs Is Met With Booing and Chanting “Build The Casino” - Assemblyman Michael Fitzpatrick hosted a press conference Monday morning at the State Building in Hauppauge. Mr. Fitzpatrick’s goal was to bring attention to his bill A.5187. The legislation calls for the rescission of authorization for 1,000 video lottery terminals (VLT) dedicated to Nassau and Suffolk Counties.  Joining Fitzpatrick and supporting his proposal was Legislator Robert Trotta (13LD) and residents from Westbury and Mastic, two communities selected to host VLT casinos. read more

Legislator Trotta Holds Pet Food Drive - Suffolk County Legislator Robert Trotta announces that he is participating in Long Island Cares’ fourth annual Legislative Food Drive Challenge to focus on providing pet food for its clients. Since 2009, Long Island Cares has provided free pet food and supplies to individuals and families in need, in an effort to help them maintain their pets at home instead of placing them in shelters. read more



Photo Of the Week 

  Millers Pond on Maple Avenue Smithtown