Articles Tagged ‘Patchogue’

Long Island Elections

Suffolk Republicans Cheer Romaine Win, Boyle Lead

Hundreds of Suffolk County Republicans packed The Emporium in Patchogue…



Chad Johnson, left; Jennifer Papain, right (Courtesy of Suffolk County Police Department)

Cop: Man Confessed to Papain Murder, Burned Clothes at Gilgo

Chad Johnson, accused of killing 26-year-old Jennifer Papain…



Chad Johnson, left; Jennifer Papain, right (Courtesy of Suffolk County Police Department)

Trial Begins for Medford Man Charged with Jennifer Papain Murder

Chad Johnson, accused of murdering 26-year-old…



The Westbury home where al Qaeda propagandist Samir Khan once lived. Foreground: Samir Khan

Slain al Qaeda Mouthpiece Samir Khan’s Westbury Roots

Samir Khan, the al Qaeda propagandist killed in U.S. airstrikes…



Classmates and family members gather outside Our Lady of Carmel church June 24 for the funeral services of  of slain East Patchogue teenager Jennifer Mejia, 17, who was murdered on Father's Day morning along with three others at Haven Pharmacy in Medford. Thirty three-year-old David Laffer has been charged with the slayings. His wife Melinda Brady has also been charged in connection to the murders.

Somber Services for Slain E. Patchogue Teen Jennifer Mejia

Dozens of Bellport High School seniors meandered into Our Lady…



First lady Michelle Obama presents a 2010 National Medal for Museum and Library Service to Dina McNeece, the director of Patchogue-Medford Library, Patchogue, N.Y., center, and community member, Zheni Velasquez, left, during an East Room ceremony Dec. 17, 2010, at the White House in Washington.  The National Medal is the nation's highest honor for museums and libraries that make extraordinary civic, educational, economic, environmental, and social contributions. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

First Lady Michelle Obama Honors Suffolk Library

Patchogue-Medford Library became a center of healing for its community…