🌱 Shirley-Mastic Daily: DWI Crashed Into House, Killed One

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Get on up, Shirley-Mastic! Let's get you started this Wednesday with everything you need to know going on today in town.

First, today's weather:

A little morning rain. High: 46 Low: 29.

Here are the top five stories today in Shirley-Mastic:

  1. A Riverhead man was arrested for allegedly driving drunk and crashing his car into a house in Flanders, killing a 36-year-old passenger on Friday. Santiago Monzon-Archila, 40, was charged and the victim was identified as Noe Hernandez-Nunez of Riverside. (Dan's Papers)

  2. Tanks containing diesel fuel spilled onto the south side of the Long Island Expressway in Medford on Tuesday at the intersection of Old Medford Road just after 10 a.m. (Patch)

  3. The 1990s rock band Spin Doctors will headline a musical lineup including the Crash Test Dummies and The Smithereens at the 2022 May Day Music Festival at Southaven Park in Yaphank on May 14, 2022. (Patch)

  4. The Peconic Sportsman's Club raised $30,000 for breast health groups. The club gave a $10,000 check each to the North Fork Breast Health Coalition, the Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition and Lucia's Angels on Dec. 14. (RiverheadLOCAL)

  5. The world record holder in speed ice carving is showing off his work in Westhampton Beach. Rich Daly, from Mastic, carved a Santa holding a surfboard. (Subscription: 27east.com)

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Today in Shirley-Mastic:

  • Riverhead Free Library, 330 Court St., is offering a special one-day vaccine clinic for everyone age 5 years and older, 2 to 6 p.m.

From my notebook:

  • William Floyd Middle School general music teacher Jonathan Dignam has compiled a list of the locations of the best decorated homes in Nassau and Suffolk counties on a Google map available on the LI Lights Map Facebook page. (Patch)

  • New York's Attorney General is warning people to look out for price gauging on at-home COVID-19 tests. Letitia James said her office has been receiving complaints as New Yorkers scramble for the tests. (Patch)

  • Nextdoor Neighbor, North Shirley: "Does anyone know any good groomers around here that are not so overly-expensive?" (Nextdoor)

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You're all caught up for today. See you all tomorrow for another update!

Jackie

This article originally appeared on the Shirley-Mastic Patch

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