🌱 Man Pleads Guilty To Sexual Assault + Winter Restaurant Week

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Hello, neighbors! I'm here with a fresh issue of the Miller Place-Rocky Point Daily.

First, today's weather:

Mostly sunny and very cold. High: 25 Low: 11.

Here are the top three stories today in Miller Place-Rocky Point:

  1. A Bellport man who left a woman unconscious after sexually assaulting her with a foreign object pleaded guilty to first-degree aggravated sexual abuse. Edward Bell, 40, is expected to be sentenced to 16 years in prison. (Patch)

  2. Patchogue's St. Patrick's Day Parade is coming back after being canceled for two years due to COVID-19. (Greater Long Island)

  3. Local restaurants like Ruvo East in Port Jefferson are taking part in the winter Long Island Restaurant Week. (News 12)

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Today in Miller Place-Rocky Point:

From my notebook:

  • Mount Sinai School District congratulates the varsity boys winter track for becoming League IV champions. (Facebook)

  • The Suffolk Zone Leadership Awards presented the names of winners, including Mt. Sinai's
    Kate Del Gandio and Verissimo Pedra
    . (Facebook)

  • The Jazz Loft announced its February line-up of shows. (tbrnewsmedia.com)

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This article originally appeared on the Miller Place-Rocky Point Patch

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