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12/30/18 6:00am
12/30/2018 6:00 AM

A sunny hike through the Pine Barrens in Manorville turned tragic for Boy Scout Troop 161 in September.

A seventh-grade Shoreham-Wading River Middle School student was killed and four others were injured after a drunken driver crashed into the troop as they walked along the shoulder of David Terry Road Sept. 30. READ

12/19/18 6:00am
12/19/2018 6:00 AM

A new Adirondack-style cabin is planned for Camp Baiting Hollow in honor of Andrew McMorris, who died in October at age 12, after being struck by a drunken driver while hiking with his Boy Scout troop in Manorville.

His family, Troop 161 and the Suffolk County Council of Boy Scouts of America are setting out to raise $100,000 for the new cabin, which will be known as McMorris Lodge. READ

Featured Story
11/27/18 2:28pm
11/27/2018 2:28 PM

The parents of Andrew McMorris and members of Shoreham Boy Scout Troop 161 filled a Central Islip courtroom Tuesday morning as Thomas Murphy, the Holbrook man accused of a deadly drunk driving crash two months ago, appeared before Suffolk County Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho.

The case was adjourned until Jan. 24. READ

Featured Story
10/28/18 5:55am


In the tight-knit community of Shoreham-Wading River, tragedy has become a part of life.

Michelle DeFranco. Nicholas Mistretta. Kevin Callejas. Nick Donnelly. Thomas Cutinella.

After each sudden loss of young life, the community is left reeling. Yet they rally together.

Such is true after the loss of Andrew McMorris. READ

Featured Story
10/16/18 10:52am
10/16/2018 10:52 AM

Dozens of Boy Scouts and their family members representing Troop 161 of Shoreham stood in solidarity inside a Central Islip courtroom Tuesday morning as the man charged with killing a 12-year-old boy in an alleged drunken driving crash was arraigned on a 16-count indictment. READ

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10/12/18 2:40pm

The driver responsible for crashing into a group of Boy Scouts and killing a 12-year-old Wading River boy has been indicted on upgraded charges and now faces a top charge of aggravated vehicular homicide, the Suffolk County district attorney announced. READ