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Suffolk County arson investigators are looking into a fire that broke out Monday morning at the Crossroads Plaza in Rocky Point.
The fire, which started about 9 a.m. happened on the second floor of the plaza above the now vacant Assaggio restaurant, according to Rocky Point Fire District Commissioner, Steve Tumulty.
Merchants in Port Jefferson Village will be able to peddle their wares – with limitations – on outdoor sidewalks.
The village board, in an attempt to bring outdoor selling standards in line, voted to allow sales on sidewalks, which had previously been prohibited. Stores with goods for sale on the sidewalks had, in large part, historically not been fined for it.
Despite a letter sent home in August to students’ parents, the Bayport-Blue Point high school was the target of a rather intensive toilet papering effort on the opening day of school. Streams of paper blew from trees throughout the front lawn of the buildings on Snedecor Avenue Monday morning as school doors opened up.