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🌱 Port Jefferson Daily: Pedestrian Struck At Nesconset HWY

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Up and over to them, Port Jefferson! Let’s start this Saturday with everything you need to know going on in town today.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Cold with lots of sun. High: 30, low: 24.


Here are the 4 best stories today in Port Jefferson:

  1. Suffolk Police detectives are investigating an accident that killed a pedestrian at Port Jefferson station. The accident happened on Friday January 7 at around 7:39 pm A pedestrian was crossing the Nesconset Expressway when he was struck by a 2019 Honda driven by Kevin Henry. A 2013 Volkswagen driven by Jessica Blydenburgh also struck the pedestrian. The pedestrian was pronounced dead instantly. The drivers were not injured. The two vehicles were taken for a security check. (smithtownmatters.com)
  2. The Port Jefferson Winter Farmer’s Market starts this weekend! Sunday January 9 is the first day of the PJ Indoor Farmer Market. The event will take place at Village Hall located at 121 West Broadway, Port Jefferson from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm The village also needs the support of the local community to help maintain the market and continue to provide entertainment and entertainment. activities every week. If your local organization or business is interested in being a corporate sponsor of the 2022 Port Jefferson Farmers’ Market season, please contact Barbara Sakovich at Village Hall at 631-473-4724. (Village of Port Jefferson)
  3. The Port Jefferson School District is proud to present Edna Louise Spear Elementary Art Students of the Month! Click on the link to meet our little local artists! (Port Jefferson School District)
  4. News nearby: BJ’s Wholesale Club in Commack opened on Friday January 7th. The store is located at 2 Veterans Memorial Hwy., Commack, NY. The opening brought the retailer’s total U.S. locations to 224, including 12 on Long Island. (smithtownmatters.com)

Today in Port Jefferson:

  • TAKE DO: Candy bark (Comsewogue). (9:30 am)
  • Defensive driving– Comsewogue Public Library. (9.45am)
  • Baskerville by Ken Ludwig: A Sherlock Holmes mystery. (8 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Port Jefferson Events Calendar: See what’s going on this weekend. ”(Port Jefferson Patch)
  • Three new homes for sale In and around the Port Jefferson area. “(Port Jefferson Patch)
  • Port Jefferson Free Library: “Announcement: THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE for the protection of our community and in accordance with health guidelines related to COVID-19. We offer material pickup from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.” (Facebook)
  • Grand Port Arts Council Jeff-Northern Brookhaven: “Bethpage’s best LI results have arrived and we have the BEST news! After over 1.4 million votes cast, people have come out and named the Port Jefferson Charles Dickens Festival’s Best Annual Event / Annual Festival in the Arts and Entertainment. ” (Facebook)
  • Next door neighbor, Port Jefferson Village: “Hello everyone, ask everyone where I can find a wheelchair. – My husband has diabetes and has lost his leg and part of his left foot. I’m looking for a wheelchair because his brakes. please help yourself if you can. Thank you. “(The door next to it)

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Debora Whitehead

About Me: Debora Whitehead is a dedicated wife and home teacher mother from Coram, NY. She has a bachelor’s degree in education and enjoys teaching and writing. Her passion for the community is reflected in her volunteer work with “Ministry Mariposa”, a non-profit family support program. One of her strongest beliefs is Jesus Christ, and when she isn’t parenting, teaching, or reading, she is writing. One of her favorite quotes is: “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt.

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