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Local craft vendors come together

With the pandemic eliminating all mass-gathering autumn lawn events, smaller boutique craft fairs have popped up, giving the community a chance to shop for those sought-after, locally sourced gifts …

The Angels of Long Island is hosting a drive-through trunk-or-treat at Hagerman Fire Department on Oakdale Avenue in East Patchogue, on Oct. 25 from 1-3 p.m. “Cars are going to drive down …

Alex Vargas, a 25-year-old boxer from Bellport, won his eighth bout this weekend, on Saturday, Oct. 17. He defeated Floridian Ayron Palmer by technical knockout in the third …

There are some true advantages to letter writing. Just ask Neil Schlosser, 67, a former Patchogue resident since 2010, now residing at Suffolk Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Patchogue …

Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine is pleased to report that Moody’s Investor Services has re-affirmed the Town of Brookhaven’s AAA credit rating. In addition, Standard & Poor’s …

Bill Rowse loved his hometown of Patchogue and the area so much he would drive the shoreline along Middle Road from Corey Beach to Sandspit to Mascot Dock, and then to his breakfast place every …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone signed historic legislation on Thursday, Oct. 15, to require the use of nitrogen-reducing wastewater technologies in unsewered areas of the county for all new …

The alchemy of nature has a calling some answer if they’re lucky. Steve Kuhn followed the vocation that was offered. The glint of the sun on the water, puffy clouds, warm summer air, the …

Patchogue Village is aiming to become energy awesome. The village signed a project development agreement last week with Johnson Controls for a detailed energy audit after village board approval on …

Starting the Thanksgiving festivities early, Carroll’s Kitchen hosted a pumpkin pie-eating contest outside Bistro 25 East in Blue Point on Sunday, Oct. 11. A chilly, overcast day, contestants …

With mass-gathering art taking a bow for the foreseeable future (Broadway is now dark until at least June 2021), local art shows carry a heavier burden of filling that gap for the art lovers’ …

The village’s ash trees are in trouble. Actually, trees are just plain taking a hit in the Northeast. Period. But right now, the Bellport Garden Club is concentrating on ash trees; there …

Nicole Damiano came to Patchogue last month looking for furniture with her five children. After getting pizza for some of them, she said that NOLE Cafe on Main Street caught her eye, as two of her …

Alex Vargas, a 25-year-old boxer from Bellport, seeks to lengthen his win streak. Currently sporting seven wins, zero losses, and zero draws, Vargas will fight in his eighth bout on Oct. 17 in …

The Dutch colonial barn was a beauty. Set back on the Avery property, you could see it was a solid, well-kept building, even at 90 years old. “This is the centerpiece,” said Legis. Rob …

In a social justice movement marked by thousands of attendees, Leon Goodman, of Bay Shore, sought to make a difference as a lone soldier in the fight against systemic racism with his one-man, silent …

A scoping meeting with the public regarding the Brookhaven Landfill was held last Thursday, Oct. 1, via Zoom to help identify concerns with the proposal of an ashfill. The landfill is slated to close …

In the aftermath of an economic shutdown, townships like Brookhaven remainobligated to draft a budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Brookhaven’s tentative 2020-2021 budget has been released …

Mark Gordon and Andrew Munro were busy constructing a wood Optimist dinghy Sunday morning, its base placed over wood “horses.” The vessel was being built for Gordon’s son Leo; he …

It’s a quick stroll from the sidewalk up the bricked walkway at Bellport Village Hall, then two steps up and over a riser. Easy for able-bodied villagers, but for a person with walking …

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