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WANTED:  WARM LOVING HOMES !!!

Ramsey – Shepherd mix 5 years old Male/Neutered up to date with shots. Ramsey is a real gentleman, affectionate, likes to play and go for walks.

 

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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  • Saturday Showers likely in the morning…then showers likely with isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs in the lower 70s. East winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70 percent. Saturday Night Cloudy. Scattered showers with isolated thunderstorms in the evening…then scattered showers after midnight. Lows in the mid 60s. Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent.     Forecast 

PUT IT BACK - Commack Business Owner Wants His Curb Cut Back


Give It Back - Business Owner MJ Kim Wants Hess To Adhere To Covenants 

 

SMITHTOWN EVENTS 

Smithtown Dish – small bites of foodie news  - Really Local Foodie Deals, Steals and Fab Events! Saturday August 2, stop by the Nesconset Farmer’s Market as they launch their August Give-a-Way…a Paderno Vegetable Slicer! To be eligible to win, register with your email address at the manager’s stand.  Recipe demonstrations using this appliance which slices vegetables into spaghetti and spiral shapes will take place each Saturday during the month of August. For more information reference Nesconset Farmer’s Market Facebook page. Read more

Stranger Alert In Commack - On July 29, 2014, an individual was observed at North Ridge School taking pictures of the Town of Huntington Camp program. He is described as a white male, 40-50 years old, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt with white or yellow lettering on the back. When Camp staff approached him, he ran. Suffolk County Police were called and are investigating the incident. The police will inform us of the results of the investigation. read more

Give It Back - Business Owner MJ Kim Wants Hess To Adhere To Covenants - “What sets America apart from the rest of the world is not voting or democracy, it is America’s support and commitment to the fundamental law of property rights” - MJ Kim owner of State Farm Insurance business located at 2102 Jericho Tpke., Commack. Read more

Fatality in Two-Car Crash On Rte 347 - Suffolk County Police Fourth Squad detectives are investigating a two-car crash that killed a Sound Beach man early this morning. Mitchell Sussman was driving a 2006 Subaru Forester eastbound on Route 347 when his vehicle was struck by a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee, driven by Tara Grandinetti, at approximately 2:05 a.m. Read more

Mandracchia Saw Mill Student Annika Chang 2014 Winner Of NYS Arbor Day Poster Contest - This year’s winner in the annual New York State Arbor Day Poster Contest is Annika Chang, a fifth grade student in Mrs. Petraglia’s class at Mandracchia Sawmill Intermediate School in Commack. The theme for 2014 was “New York’s Forests, Where We Live.”  More than 1,200 posters from fifth graders across the State were submitted to the nine Department of Environmental Conservation (D.E.C.)  regions and judged by local community volunteers, green professionals, and staff.  Annika’s poster was then selected as the finalist by the D.E.C.’s Central Office. Read more

Leg. John Kennedy Candidate For County Comptroller “I am very comfortable with taking on the responsibility of the function.” - by Dana Klosner - When Suffolk County GOP Chairman John Jay Lavalle withdrew from the County Comptroller race Suffolk County Legislator John M Kennedy, Jr. was named the Republican Candidate. “I had not originally considered running,” Kennedy said. “It was clear John was seeking the position. He was knowledgeable, confident and able. I felt we had a good candidate, a candidate who would run, win and prevail. When he withdrew, the rest of the names (that were being considered by the Republican Party) didn’t have what it took to be a countywide viable candidate. They didn’t have the strong independent voice at the comptroller level.” read more

Who Eats Whom Exhibit - Interactive Nature At Caleb Smith Preserve - The new Who Eats Whom exhibit depicts the intricacies of the food chain within the Preserve where there is a diverse group of plants and animals sharing the protected environment, some of which eat each other within a complex balance that ensures biotic continuity. Children and adults can experience the bigger picture of the world at large through this exhibit, which also includes a set of software puzzles with several levels of complexity that pose a challenge to sort out who eats whom among the animals at the Preserve. Software tracks the user’s solution and rewards them with various comments, bells and fanfares.read more

Theater Review - “Deathtrap”  - by Jeb LadouceurOf all Ira Levin’s works: “The Boys from Brazil” – “Deathtrap” – “The Stepford Wives” – “Rosemary’s Baby” … and dozens of other novels, plays, and film adaptations … “Deathtrap” is the one that incorporates the most convoluted plot. The comedy-thriller is considered in show biz circles an absolute monster to direct, but with Robert Moore at the helm in 1978, the play opened to critical acclaim at the Music Box Theater in New York. And it didn’t close until June of 1982 … after 1800 performances … making the tragicomedy the longest running drama of its genre in Broadway history. Read more

 





  

Wednesday
Jul302014

Photo of the week - KP School Superintendent Dr. Agruso Says Good-bye To Commack - Kings Park Rotary Club

July 31 is Dr. Susan Agruso’s last day as Superintendent of the Kings Park School district. After six years at the helm of the district, Dr. Agruso is retiring and moving off Long Island.  Dr. Agruso, an honorary member of the  Commack-Kings Park Rotary Club for the past six-years, took time Tuesday afternoon to have lunch and to say good-bye.