Safety and Drug Prevention Forum, a Cool Fall Day on Tap Wednesday

Here's what you need to know.

Written by Monica Rose Gleberman

Good morning! Here’s a look at what’s been happening in Miller Place-Rocky Point:


Rain, with a high near 51 degrees expected today, according to the National Weather Service.


Join O.B. Davis Funeral Homes today for an informational seminar on how to make those important decisions regarding your final arrangements. The seminar begins at 8 a.m. at Mt. Sinai Heritage Diner 275 NY25A.

Voting is just around the corner and to help residents, the Port Jefferson Station-Terryville Civic Association is hosting a Meet The Candidates night at Comsewogue Library at 7 p.m. Go and see who you might be voting for in November.

Are you at high risk for developing diabetes? Then you may want to stop by the free diabetes prevention program happening today at 6 p.m. at 200 Belle Terre Road in Port Jefferson. The Suffolk County Department of Health and St. Charles will be on hand to give you the tools to change your life.


The Miller Place School District will be hosting a safety and drug prevention forum today to help give parents tips on how to keep their kids safe and away from drugs. County Executive Steve Bellone, Legislator Sarah Anker, Suffolk County Police Department Commissioner Edward Webber, and district officials will be on hand to answer questions.

A bunch of local residents have been working on raising money for local causes. The collections will go to a variety of charities, friends in need, and worthy causes.  


How Can You Share Today?

1. Are you still suffering after Hurricane Sandy? Do you want to share your story with others who might be affected by a similar storm? Help inspire people and give hope by sharing your story.

2. With Halloween slowly approaching it can be difficult decide what your child should or shouldn’t be allowed to wear. Are there certain outfits or people that you will not allow your children to dress us as? Let us know!


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