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- Heart disease is the number one killer of American women in the United States. Everyone can support the fight against heart disease in women by wearing red.
- Governor David A. Paterson announced that he has asked President Barack Obama to declare a major federal disaster for Suffolk and Nassau counties as a result of the December 18-20 blizzard which resulted in a record snowfall on Long Island.
- Suffolk Executive Steve Levy will preside over the county's “Medal for Distinguished Military Service” ceremony on Thursday, February 4.
- On February 2, Congressman Tim Bishop was joined by Greenport Mayor David Nyce, local and state officials and businesses leaders for the groundbreaking of the Village's new water treatment facility.
- Suffolk County Legislator Ed Romaine joined with his fellow East End elected officials, the Long Island Wine Council, the East End Arts Council, and the Long Island Visitors and Convention Bureau to kick off Long Island Winterfest on Wednesday, February 3.
- El Diario La Prensa Publisher and CEO Rossana Rosado will discuss “The Rising Voice of the Latino Population.”
- During this whole month, Atlantis Marine World Aquarium is putting the spotlight on what animals make great household pets and those that don't when they celebrate Responsible Pet Owners Month.
- Suffolk Executive Steve Levy presided over the County's Medal of Distinguished Military Service ceremony, presenting medals to the parents and families of Suffolk soldiers who died in service to their country and honoring veterans and volunteers for community contributions.
- On Tuesday, February 9, at approximately 7 p.m., Southampton Town Police received several calls of an accident on CR 105 between CR 104 and SR 24 (Flanders Road) in the hamlet of Flanders.
- Suffolk Executive Steve Levy will pay tribute tomorrow, Thursday, February 11, at 10 a.m., to police officers from throughout the county.
- Employees and friends of Southampton Hospital raised more than $21,000 for the American Red Cross for its relief efforts in Haiti.
- Christopher Sheldon, the first President of the Friends of the Big Duck, and Neil Young, Sergeant at Arms, were honored for their service to the Friends of the Big Duck organization.
- The Hayground School has been given a $300,000 educational grant from the prestigious Leon Levy Foundation for the advancement of humanity and learning.
- The Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center launched Straight Talk: Real People - a series of community conversations that occur once a month at the Center.
- Penny Ekstein-Lieberman, President/CEO of Toot Sweet Toys, Inc., turned the children's toy and doll market upside down with $120 million in sales of her "Pillow People."
- County Legislator Ed Romaine and Brookhaven Town Councilwoman Jane Bonner are pleased to announce the joint acquisition of the 59.3 acre “Spring Meadow” property in Wading River.
- Pamela Martel a Physical Therapist in the Rehabilitation Department at Southampton Hospital has been chosen as the Hospital's Employee of the Quarter.
- A 41 year old East Hampton man pleaded guilty to first degree manslaughter today for stabbing his estranged wife to death last summer.
- The The Town of Southampton Youth Bureau will present the Fourth Annual Hampton Idol Vocal Competition on Saturday, February 27.
- A ring of thieves who specialized in stealing automobile wheel-rims and tires from cars parked in dealer lots and residential driveways across Suffolk County are under indictment.