Smithtown Bank Robber At Large + Marine Biology at Sunken Meadow


Hey, Smithtown! Here Diane Witek provides you with what you need to know to start your day on the right foot. Here is everything that is happening in and around the city today.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Wet with a brief downpour. High: 66 Low: 56.

Here are the best stories in Smithtown today:

  1. Suspect on the run after Bank robbery in Smithtown – detectives ask anyone with information about the theft to call the Major cases unit at 631-852-6555 or anonymously at Crime stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. (Rutherford Daily Voice)
  2. Smithtown HSW students study Marine biology To Sunken meadow. Using a large net in pairs, the group collected fish and other marine life to study the creatures that resided there. The assorted fish were then brought back to tanks in their classroom for further study. (
  3. These school buddies make human grade dog food at Natural Dogs. Wooley, 23, from St James, says of the first batches of dog food he did. “We just moved away from dog food so it was turkey, potatoes, rice, basically human grade food and we would change that weekly.” (Grand Long Island)

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  • Smithtown Performing Arts Center: “BOO! Spookley The Square Pumpkin The Musical returns to the SHS stage next weekend. Be sure to purchase your tickets in advance. This show is a treat for audiences of all ages! #spac #longisland #spookley. ” (Facebook)
  • Smithtown Performing Arts Center: “It’s time for a dose of #MondayMotivation! #Spac #smithtown #longisland #theatre #theatrekid #musicaltheatre #kinkyboots.” (Facebook)
  • Sweetbriar Natural Center: “Power of plants: medicinal plants from the garden, walking in search of food and making bouquets of herbs.” Tuesday, October 5, 4 p.m. to 6:62 p.m. Eckernkamp Dr., Smithtown. Plants have been growing on our Earth for billions of years. “(Facebook)
  • The Children of Smithtown Library: “(Facebook)

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