Sunny Skies, Drill Winners and More

Your guide to what's happening in the community.

Members of the Extinguishers pose with their trophies. Courtesy photo.
Members of the Extinguishers pose with their trophies. Courtesy photo.
Good morning! Here’s a look at what’s happening in the area this Tuesday:

- According to the National Weather Service, sunny skies with a high near 77 degrees. 

- In case you missed it, politicians and locals who have helped bring the Rails to Trails project to fruition celebrated yesterday a big hurdle they've jumped, which is an agreement between LIPA and Suffolk County to OK the LIPA-owned land for the trail. Read more here.

- Congrats to the Miller Place FD Extinguishers! The fire department's drill team took home a trophy – for the third time in six years they've been competing – at a statewide drill competition in upstate New York last weekend. Also, hats off to Rocky Point, who finished in fourth place.

- Make plans for the weekend yet? If not, check back later today for our weekend planner.

- Speaking of the weekend, one event gaining some traction not too far away is a rally being led by Comsewogue superintendent Joe Rella on Saturday: Students, not Scores.' Read more about it on Port Jefferson Patch.

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