🌱 Three Village Daily: Bicyclist Airlifted To SBH After Accident

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Good Wednesday, Three Villages! Let’s start this day off on the right foot. These are the most important things happening in town today.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Cloudy, a little rain; softer. Top: 47, bottom: 36.

Here are the 4 best stories from Three Village today:

  1. A cyclist was airlifted to Stony Brook Hospital after being struck by a van. A 49-year-old man from Flanders was injured after being struck by a van at the intersection of Flanders Road and Route 105 on Sunday afternoon. Police said a Ford van was traveling on Route 105 when the cyclist crossed the Flanders Road intersection and was struck. A man from Riverhead was driving the van. No charges were announced. Police said the investigation was continuing. (News from Riverhead)
  2. East Setauket’s sixth year moves away from “Mrs. Doubtfire” to star in “Annie Live!” Child actress Lily Tamburo starred on live television in NBC’s music production “Annie Live!” The sixth-grader of Setauket Elementary School played an orphan alongside main character Annie, played by 12-year-old Celina Smith. local community theater productions. (Grand Long Island)
  3. The Three Village Historical Society offers career opportunities. Have you ever considered working at TVHS? If so, click on the link to view vacancies and apply. (Historical Society of the Three Villages)
  4. News nearby: Three Long Island schools move away as COVID-19 cases rise. Three school districts – Hicksville, Freeport and Westbury decided to use distance learning during the first week of January due to an increase in student and staff cases during the holidays. (Li News12)

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  • Opening a restaurant on Long Island is a notoriously long and unpredictable process – and it’s never been more difficult than in the past two years.. And yet, neither supply chain issues, evolving health advisories, a labor shortage or a pandemic have slowed the pace of new restaurants. Here are some of the most exciting openings slated for Q1 2022. “(Newsday / Subscription required)
  • Stony Brook University: “We mourn the passing of Professor Richard Leakey, a rare and preeminent world leader in two distinct fields: world-renowned both as a paleoanthropologist and an environmentalist. ” (Facebook)
  • Stony Brook Hospital System Restricted In-Person Visiting Policy, given the rising number of COVID-19 in Suffolk, according to a policy statement on its website. “(Patch)


  • IN LINE: Agents of Change (Comsewogue). (January 6)
  • Tot’s evening Comsewogue Public Library. (January 6)
  • LISFA Secondary Repetitions – Port Jefferson School District. (January 7)

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That’s all for today. I’ll see you soon!

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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