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As daily life returns to normal, new businesses begin to open. Last Saturday, Patchoguewelcomed Cloud 9 Ice Cream and Cereal Bar to South Ocean Avenue with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The owners, …

The Town of Brookhaven has announced that the Holtsville Pool will open for the season on Monday, July 13 for residents only. The Centereach Pool and Mastic Aquatic Center will remain closed for the …

Two weeks after entering into Phase 3, Suffolk County has been given the green light to transition into Phase 4, which allows higher education, low-risk arts and entertainment, media production …

How do you forgive historic massacres? And then a recent senseless killing? Campbell Dalglish, Plaza Cinema cofounder, began a documentary eight years ago looking for answers when he flew …

Excited to reopen in Phase 4 on July 8, the small boutique yoga studio, Yoganomics, in Medford, was fully prepared with protocols in place to keep both members and staff safe. Originally …

As Long Island and the rest of New York continue to slowly reopen the economy, restaurants and bars have been long awaiting the chance to serve customers again in person. Restaurants were allowed …

The Patchogue-Medford Library was recently awarded a grant to participate in Libraries Lead with Digital Skills, an initiative of the American Library Association and the Public Library …

In spite of the downpour of rain last Friday, Bellport Village’s scheduled “Bellport Nights” event welcomed many people to their businesses and restaurants. This event was …

Village of Patchogue’s planning board and architectural board convened at the Patchogue Theatre on Tuesday evening to consider a proposal put forth by Waverly Management that includes 3,300 …

The Suffolk Center on Schoenfeld Boulevard in Patchogue has been on a complete lockdown, not allowing any visitors for the safety of the staff and residents, since the start of the coronavirus …

Mayor Paul Pontieri and the Village Board announced an amnesty program in cooperation with Village Justice Patricia K. Romeo, for open parking tickets issued and returnable to the Village Justice …

The Bellport marina had 146 bobbing vessels in the water and happy boaters. “We had a soft opening last weekend,” said Bellport Mayor Ray Fell. “Bellport Bay Sailing Foundation …

On the evening of Thursday, June 25, the Patchogue-Medford School District held their 2020 graduation ceremony drive-in style. Vehicles with seniors, their families and friends filled the high …

A petition has started circling online calling for the renaming of Bellport Middle School to John E. Conquest Middle School, after the longtime educator and coach. “I would like to …

Tea is brewed, too, you know. Blue Point Brewing Co., the Patchogue-based beer staple, is jumping into the hard tea market with Long Island Iced Teas (LIIT). Be warned: this is not a hard …

Purchased in 2019, the Salty Bastard sits docked at Island View Marina in Patchogue. The boat is a 45-foot pontoon and will be sailing the Great South Bay this summer and fall, with plans to …

New Yorkers have done a lot to contain the spread of COVID-19, and are now inching to get back to normalcy and enjoy the summer. Well, it won’t be a typical Fourth of July, but there are …

Nearly 74 percent of Democratic voters said yes to Jackie Gordon, running for Congress in the 2nd Congressional District, NY-2. She will be on the ballot in November aiming for Republican …

Republican, Conservative, Sayville resident, lawyer and assemblyman Andrew Garbarino was the winner in the Republican primary congressional candidate for NY-2 with close to 67 percent of …

Sayville Library hosted a legislative and medical update regarding the status of reopening on Wednesday, June 24, the same day Long Island entered Phase 3. A Zoom meeting featuring town, county, …

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