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August 1, 2011

PCLI commends SCPD for dropping charges

PCLI commends the Suffolk County Police Department for swiftly determining that Phil Datz was improperly arrested.
July 11, 2011

PCLI supports 1 member, 1 vote

The Press Club of Long Island board has voted to support an effort to change the way SPJ elects its national officers.
November 20, 2010

Press of Manorville and the Moriches folds

Citing a "deep and enduring recession" that has "crippled" local businesses it has depended on for advertising, the The Press of Manorville and the Moriches, a weekly newspaper serving southeastern Brookhaven, is folding. Its last edition will be Dec. 3.
November 6, 2010

LI humor writer Jerry Zezima releases new book

In “Leave It to Boomer,” Jerry Zezima describes in hilarious detail his life in a household where he is surrounded by women (one wife, two daughters, various animals) and why, as a result, he is the very model of the modern middle-age man.
October 11, 2010

DOWNLOAD THE WINNERS LIST WOODBURY, NY, JUNE 10, Press Club of Long Island, the local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, announced the winners of […]
May 8, 2010

Post reporter Crowley coming out with fiction book

New York Post Long Island reporter Kieran Crowley has written four non-fiction books, including “The Surgeon’s Wife,” which made it onto the New York Times Best Sellers List. Now he’ll be releasing a fiction novel.
May 8, 2010

Getting to know Newsday Albany chief James T. Madore

Madore originally intended to be a lawyer, but after a miserable experience with the LSAT and a conversation with his mother, he was back on the journalism track. Now he's Newsday's Albany bureau chief.
April 11, 2010

Stony Brook Statesman has funding slashed, asks for support

This is a note was sent out by the Stony Brook Statesman, a student-run independent newspaper at Stony Brook University that recently had its funding drastically cut by the Stony Brook University student government, putting the paper's future in jeopardy.
March 1, 2010

Hyperlocal gains legs on LI

Two former colleagues, Carl Corry and David Reich-Hale, will soon be going head to head in the growing hyperlocal scene on Long Island.