Tag: BRENTWOOD

“Where’s Pete?” Town Hall Discusses Important District 2 Concerns

On April 20th, over 60 people attended the "Where's Pete?" Congressional District 2 Town Hall to urge the congressman to protect immigrant, Muslim, and...

How Everyone Is STILL Getting It Wrong On Long Island Gang...

Elected officials, community activists, hardliners on immigration — they’re all still getting it wrong on gang violence. The gang culture that took a hold of our schools...

Suffolk County Police Meets with Brentwood School District Parents

On Tuesday, March 7th, twenty parents and children from the Brentwood School District gathered in the gym at Laurel Park Elementary School to ask...

Suffolk County Police Will Hold Forum For Community Questions and Concerns...

The Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD)'s Third Precinct will host a forum to help inform the community about department policies and discuss issues they...

Share a hot meal with the needy this Thanksgiving

We are about to celebrate Thanksgiving, a time to share with others and to be thankful for what we have or what we have...

Suffolk County Executive Candidates Forum: Despite noticeable disagreements, it was a...

Candidates for Suffolk County Executive, incumbent County Executive Steve Bellone (D) and challenger James O’Connor (R) came face-to-face Tuesday evening at the Brentwood Public...

Proposed legislation jeopardizes relationship between immigrants and local law enforcement

Immigration advocates statewide, but especially on Long Island, are expressing deep concerns about a NYS bill aimed to prohibit law enforcement agencies to limit...

VIDEO: Immigration Activists Set Sights on November Elections

Immigrants and community members stood side by side on Saturday, June 28 to tell Congress that time has run out and that, come November,...

Brentwood Residents Demand Justice for Park Dumping

At a vigil outside the closed Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood, residents and community advocates called on Town of Islip officials to clean up...

Outreach is Critical to Citizenship Days

Every couple of months at CARECEN we host a Citizenship Day. These are some of the happiest days out of the year for us....

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