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Mark “Ski” Gajewski, was honored by his family, town, state and county officials, first responders and fellow bikers as the intersection of the street where he lived, Martha Avenue, was renamed.

14-year-old Pat-Med autistic artist is on display at Brookhaven Town.

The Clare Rose Playhouse’s production of “Godspell” runs Aug. 22-24 at 8 p.m., Aug. 24-25 at 3 p.m. General admission is $15; students and seniors $12. Visit www.sjcny.edu/long-island/student-life/clarerose for tickets and dinner deal info.

Tune in to NBCSN on Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. to watch Patchogue resident Jeremy Milito bowl for $100,000.

Hagerman Fire Department hosted the New York State Championship on Saturday, with 35 total departments participating across eight events. Roughly 5,000 people attended the daylong tournament, which was followed by the championship parade.

The Hull will be the first venture for the brewery into a Brooklyn location

Cleaning crew finds grenade, police remove for proper disposal

Centerport Hometown Bake Shop to open in New Village in Patchogue.

Duke’s in Patchogue serves up gourmet hot dogs.

New Patchogue alcohol maker, Better Man Distilling, with tasting room to occupy old Blue Point Brewery on River Avenue.

Restaurants and bars could be required to refrain from serving alcohol and playing music for up to 30 minutes after Alive After Five.

Paradise Bridal, a full-service formalwear shop that has been in Patchogue for 52 years, will move its headquarters to Bellport later this year.

The Suffolk County Police Department has unveiled a new form that will improve communications between police officers and the deaf community.

PEP committee receives equipment to test local waterways for microplastics.

Change in vaccination law now restricts religious exemption and important back to school dates to save

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