Smithtown Animal Shelter


Please come down to the Smithtown Animal Shelter and meet sweet Zoey!  She is a sweet  7 year old  Border Collie mix, who enjoys going for walks and spending time with people. Zoey is a spunky girl with lots of love to give! Please call 631-360-7575 for more information on Zoey.











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Results of 2015 Nissequogue River Foundation Turkey Trot - Congratulations to everyone who participated in the NRSP Foundations 2015 Fun Run & Turkey Trot! Your participation helps the Foundation fund projects to improve Nissequogue River State Park. read more
SHS East Girls Basketball Collected Food For Needy At Stop And Shop - Smithtown High School East’s girls basketball team spent Nov. 22 at the Stop and Shop in Smithtown collecting non-perishable food items and turkeys to be donated to Island Harvest Foundation for the Thanksgiving holiday. read more
MV Crash On Indian Head Rd. Pregnant Driver Arrested For DWI Drugs - Suffolk County Police arrested a pregnant woman for driving while impaired by drugs following a single-vehicle crash in Kings Park that injured the driver and her passenger last evening.Danielle Wisnieski, 26, was driving a 2003 Cadillac Escalade northbound on Indian Head Road when she lost control of the vehicle and overturned near Old Northport Road at 8:01 p.m. read more

SCPD - Announces Added Holiday Patrols And Shopping Safety Tips -As always, Suffolk County Police will take a zero-tolerance approach for anyone driving under the influence and placing the public in danger. In addition to enhanced patrols, traffic safety checkpoints will be conducted to focus on drivers who are violating laws pertaining to driving while intoxicated and the use of seatbelt and cellphones while driving. read more
Serious Two-Vehicle Crash On Rte. 347 Results In DWI For Hauppauge Woman -Michael Maxwell, who is a District Attorney investigator for Suffolk County, was operating a County vehicle, a 2008 Ford Explorer, eastbound on Route 347 (Nesconset Highway) when his vehicle struck a 2004 Toyota Sequoia operated by Amanda Dellegar, of Hauppauge, who was traveling southbound on Mount Pleasant Road at 1:05 a.m.  read more
Smithtown’s Peanut Butter Gang Work To End Hunger At Soup Kitchen - Students from Great Hollow Middle School and Dogwood Elementary School in the Smithtown Central School District joined forces to help fight hunger on Oct. 24. Members of the schools’ Peanut Butter Gang, a community service club, visited Hospitality Too soup kitchen in Brentwood. read more
Police Commissioner Edward Webber Announces Retirement - “As County Executive Bellone transitions to his second term, he needs department heads who are prepared to make a commitment to serve the next four years.  After 43 years of service in the Suffolk County Police Department and consulting with Kathy, my wife of 46 years, I am announcing my retirement.  I look forward to spending a lot more time with my three children and six grandchildren. read more
Theater Review - “Miracle on 34th Street” -

 Produced by: John W Engeman Theater, Northport - Reviewed by: Jeb Ladouceur 

Chalk up another smash hit for The Engeman! 

The famed equity company’s new holiday offering is the musical, “Miracle on 34th Street,” based on the 1947 non-musical film of the same name. The movie, of course, famously starred Academy Award winner Edmund Gwenn, and has become a classic in its own right. read more

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