In February 2012, a Manorville man walking his dog in a wooded area near his house made a startling discovery: a human skull and other skeletal remains.
Five years later, all forensic analysts have discovered is that the remains were those of a man, likely white with brown hair and anywhere from 30 to 50 years old. His right fibula had been fractured but had healed. READ
A Suffolk County judge has set a Jan. 17 trial date for the Manorville man accused of killing two women whose bodies were found in wooded areas in East Patchogue and Holbrook more than 20 years ago. READ
People in fire districts throughout New York State will head to the polls Tuesday, Dec. 13, to vote on fire commissioner elections — and in some cases, special propositions specific to their districts.
Commissioners are the elected governing body of the fire district, a taxing district that funds equipment, buildings and, in some instances, employees.
A 19-year-old Amityville man who pleaded guilty to killing another Amityville man, dumping the body in Manorville and setting it on fire was sentenced to 23 years to life in prison at a court appearance last week. READ
Two men accused of killing an Amityville man and setting his body on fire in Manorville last year have pleaded guilty to murder charges, defense attorneys confirmed Wednesday. READ
One person was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital with serious injuries and another person was hurt in a motorcycle crash on Mill Road in Manorville Saturday, Suffolk County police said. READ
The New York State Lottery announced Wednesday a winning ticket was sold at a store in Manorville. READ
A Mexican heritage group is seeking permission to host a rodeo with live music, folk dancing and bull riding at a farm in Manorville.