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Groton Police Seize Over 130 Bags Of Heroin, $2,542 Cash: Report
GROTON, CT — Police said officersseized over 130 bags of heroin and other drugs, as well as over $2,000 in cash, Monday after investigating a vehicle in the parking lot of a local business, the New London Day reported.
Have You Seen This Man? Waterford Police Are Looking For Him: PD
Shared from the Waterford Police Department pageThe Waterford Police Department is looking to identify the pictured individual in regards to a larceny. Please contact Officer Winters at 860-442-9451 with any information. Thank you.To sign up for Waterford breaking news alerts and more, click here.P
Southold Town says food trucks at wineries not a permitted use - Suffolk Times
The Southold Town Board has officially notified local wineries that food trucks are not a permitted use within the town code. Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell and Councilman Bill Ruland, member of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, met with local winery representatives at an informal meeting
Shelter Island Police Department blotter - Shelter Island Reporter
ARRESTOn the afternoon of June 18, Graeme A. Baker, 27, of Shelter Island was stopped in the Center for speeding in a posted zone, failure to signal and having an uninspected vehicle. Subsequent to further investigation, he was arrested for operating with a suspended license. The defendant was proce
EXCLUSIVE: Dirt bike riders disrupting New London residents
Just last year, he installed cameras outside his house after a shooting happened near an intersection by his home. Earlier in the week however, his cameras captured something else.
Vacant Pawcatuck Bank Building May House Dental Firm: Report
STONINGTON, CT — A dental firm is seeking toopen in a vacant downtown Pawcatuck buildingthat was once a Citizens Bank, the New London Day reported. The building is located at 46 W. Broad Street.
New Pop Up Hamptons Visitors' Center Coming Soon At Macy's
HAMPTON BAYS, NY — Visitors to the East End this summer can find an array of info on the area while doing some shopping, too.
Southold Police Detective Honored For 32 Years Of Service
SOUTHOLD, NY — A well-loved Southold Town Police Department detective was met by a crowd Tuesday who came to watch him during his final walk out, after 32 years of dedicated service.
Mattituck BOE to vote on hiring new superintendent, Jill Gierasch
The school board will vote to approve a five-year contract with Ms. Gierasch, beginning Aug. 1 and effective until July 31, 2023.
Town pulls the plug on riverfront trash corral approved in 2012 | RiverheadLOCAL
“We have tried and tried working with the business owners downtown, primarily the restaurants, to have them take care of that corral,” Hubbard said. The arrangement was set up “to help them,” he said, “but they’ve taken complete advantage of it.”
Town asked to reconsider law prohibiting docks at Hashamomuck Pond - Suffolk Times
Homeowners have been in contact the Board of Trustees, who seem to be in favor of a change, Ms. Moore said.
Six Baby Raccoons Rescued From Unusual Place by Guilford Officers
"Last week, we were called out to a home for what became quite the call! What was originally thought to be three raccoons, turned out to be six baby raccoons, and four decided a car engine would be a good place to hide!
Brinkmann Hardware submits site plan for new Mattituck shop - Suffolk Times
Brinkmann Hardware, a family-owned business with fives stores on Long Island, including VanKemenade Paint in Jamesport, has submitted a site plan for a new store to the Planning Board for further review, despite having faced an unwelcoming crowd in September at a Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association m
Police: To all boaters who store boats on town property - Shelter Island Reporter
“Applications for this permit can be obtained at Police Headquarters, 44 North Ferry Road. The permit costs $15.00 and will remain valid until November 30, 2019. Proof of residency is required. The current regulations are still in effect: that all boats have clear identification, be properly secured
Complimentary Tibetan Tones® Sound Massage for Physicians treating Anxiety Conditions - Riverhead, NY Patch
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14 Things to Do in Connecticut & Rhode Island
Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Connecticut: It's like stepping back in time when you head to the Mystic Seaport. Check out some of the 60 historic buildings, and visit the largest maritime museum in the United States.Click herefor more details.
Newman memorial set - Suffolk Times
A celebration of the life of Kenneth Newman of Orient will take place Saturday, June 23 at 11 a.m., at Orient Congregational Church. A buffet luncheon will follow at the Orient firehouse.
Drunk Driver In Porsche Leaves Scene Of Crash, Man Hurt: Cops
MONTAUK, NY — A drunk driver was arrested after he left the scene of a crash where a man was injured, police said.
Groton police: Drug arrests yield 133 bags of heroin, $2,542 in cash
Town police were working with members of the Department of Adult Probation and the Department of Correction's Parole Division on surveillance of high-crime areas. As part of the initiative, officers said they observed suspicious activity in a vehicle, occupied by Sasha Ann Santiago, 28, of 78 Sandy
Police Investigating Reported Stabbings In New London: Report
NEW LONDON, CT — Police said they are investigatinga report that two people were stabbedFriday night in the area of Williams and Chappell streets in New London, as reported by the New London Day.