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Tracy Brown / Save the Sound via AP

Connecticut has a new Soundkeeper. His name is Bill Lucey. Lucey grew up in Wilton, Connecticut. As a child, he fished the Long Island for flounder and blue snapper. He dug for clams along its shores. Now he will work to keep the waters of the Sound clean for the next generation.

Wilson Ring / AP

Three energy companies purchased over 500 acres of land in order to build one of the largest solar farms on Long Island.

Steven Senne / AP

Advocates for the disabled are calling on Suffolk County residents to leave their cars at home this week and commute by bus.

Jessica Hill / AP

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is again warning that some of the state’s wealthier communities may see cuts to state aid for public education if lawmakers fail to reach a budget agreement before the end of the month.

Stony Brook University School of Journalism

Officials at the Center for News Literacy at Stony Brook University say the truth is in trouble. They say news consumers are inundated with fake news, propaganda, hoaxes, rumors, satire and advertising that often masquerades as, and drowns out, fact-based journalism.  

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