It was one of the busiest weeks news-wise in Sayville, with a shocking arrest and a house fire that luckily did not injure homeowners or responding fireman.
Here's a look at this week's top headlines:
Who knew but it actually does. Is it right though?
Lincoln Avenue Elementary employee Shawn Mead is scheduled back in court October 17.
A list of recent police activity in Sayville and West Sayville as reported by the 5th Precinct.
We have become a nation of ninnies. We have a complaint or judgment for everything and everyone.
The six-month-old frozen yogurt store plans to open a Sayville location within a week.
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There are two special qualities about this group of Sayville and Bayport lacrosse players.
Lincoln Avenue Elementary night custodian Shawn Mead is described as hard-working.
Erik Barry, 18, shines laser from his home on Palmer Circle Monday night; officer treated at hospital, police say.
The Lincoln Avenue Elementary employee is scheduled to be arraigned in court today.
Once financing is set then the design aspect of the new headquarters will start.
A Sayville teenager attains the highest scouting award in Boy Scouts.
A list of recent police activity in Bayport and Blue Point as reported by the 5th Precinct.
One can only wonder what exactly the words mean.
No one was hurt in the fire that started in the basement of the home about 1 p.m. Tuesday. Here's a look at the scene as it unfolded.
Sayville firemen respond within five minutes to a fire call on Garfield Avenue shortly after 1 p.m.