Suffolk County Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward of $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest about graffiti made at Miller Place High School.
According to police, an unknown person(s) spray painted various words and symbols, throughout the school grounds and also poured yellow paint over two brick entrance way signs that lead to the high school sometime between Oct. 23 and 24.
Word is spreading about possible legislation allowing school districts to reduce the school year no more than 10 days due to Hurricane Sandy keeping kids at home. In the meantime, most local school districts still have plans to keep kids in class for the full 180-day school year.
Newly Renovated Weight Watchers Creates Hub for Weight Loss Community
Weight Watchers has been in Miller Place since the mid-90's, so its roots in the community are well known, and now it's newly renovated store hopes to create a more welcoming center for the community.
After closing down for renovations in early July, the center moved a few shopping centers east on 25A to a temporary location before reopening in its original location in the Aliano Shopping Center at the end of October.
Kathy Nesbit believes in paying it forward and she found the opportunity to give back to the people of Long Island after Superstorm Sandy hit the area in late October.
Nesbit, a nurse who grew up in Mt. Sinai and graduated from Port Jefferson High School in 1982, relocated with her family to a subdivision in North Carolina about seven years ago, a year after her daughter Julia started weekly chemotherapy treatments for leukemia. Julia battled the disease, not just once but twice.
Rocky Point Marching Band's Performance to be Featured on MSG Varsity
The Rocky Point marching band recently took part in the 50th Annual Newsday Marching Band Festival and their performance will be featured in MSG Varsity's special The Marching Bands, which is set to air on Thanksgiving day.