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Introducing newsday.com/towns
Carl Corry is a journalism instructor at Suffolk County Community College and freelance journalist who has held leading roles at Newsday, News 12 and Long Island Business News.
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Introducing newsday.com/towns

I’m happy to announce the recent launch of newsday.com/towns, a place to find out news and information about every community on Long Island — all 274 of them.

As part of the venture, we’re bringing on board a few roving community reporters to find the news that often goes under the radar.

They’ll be around with backpacks in tow, all set to share the chatter of the town. These folks will be out in the community each day, posting stories, photos and videos and looking for your input on what’s happening in town.

Of course, newsday.com/towns brings you all of Newsday‘s daily news and information well, with the ability to navigate by township or individual community.

Looking for a job, a home or a car? You can now search right in your neighborhood. Also, you can check out all the restaurants near by or find out when your high school football team is playing next. It’s all there.

Finally, we want to hear from you. Each page highlights the latest updates from readers. Here you can submit photos, videos, tips and events. You never know, you might just end up in the paper.

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