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05/10/19 5:58am
05/10/2019 5:58 AM

Gregory Garrett, executive vice president and administrator of health services at Peconic Landing, was awarded the American College of Health Care Administrators’ Eli Pick Facility Leadership award.

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05/02/19 6:00am
05/02/2019 6:00 AM

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With the spread of tick-borne illnesses reaching epidemic proportions on Long Island, more than 60 residents attended a forum last Wednesday to discuss the public health crisis and the measures being taken to safeguard the community. “Grappling with Ticks” was the third in a series of 10 panel discussions on newsworthy topics affecting Southold and Riverhead towns hosted by Times Review Media Group.

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04/26/19 6:00am
04/26/2019 6:00 AM

After years of planning and development, The Phillips Family Cancer Center, in partnership with Stony Brook Medicine and the Southampton Hospital Association, opened its doors to the public during a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday.

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04/22/19 6:00am
04/22/2019 6:00 AM

Tick-borne infections have reached epidemic proportions on Long Island — and the North Fork is often thought of as ground zero for such illnesses.  But many of the methods for controlling ticks are not cost-effective or limited by other constraints. Exacerbating this public health crisis is an expanding population of deer, which carry the harmful insects.

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04/19/19 6:00am
04/19/2019 6:00 AM
Examples of recyclable plastic containers and paper straws that are in accordance with the county’s new regulations. (Credit: Mahreen Khan)

The push to reduce single-use plastics to combat pollution began on a voluntary basis. Last year, Suffolk County officials introduced the “Strawless Suffolk” initiative, a countywide effort asking restaurants to forgo plastic straws.

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04/12/19 6:01am
04/12/2019 6:01 AM

Southold farmers are nearing an agreement that would allow them to process their products on-site.

The Agricultural Advisory Committee discussed the proposed changes to the town’s zoning law that would allow processing facilities up to 3,000 square feet to be constructed without being subject to site plan review.

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