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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, …

The Bellport High School Class of 2020 received their diplomas in a unique ceremony held outside at the high school. Following a car parade, students and their families drove into the athletic …

Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini, the Suffolk County Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (“ATF”) today announced the arrest of …

The Greater Patchogue COAD added $4,000 to the COVID-19 donations for a total of $10,000 in grant funds available earlier this month. The local chapter of COAD collected the additional $6,000 in …

On the subject of discussing the financial crisis due to the impact of COVID-19, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone reported that the county is in a “financial …

The Suffolk County Legisla- ture approved a $250,000 grant to the Bayport-Blue Point Library to build an advance wastewater treatment system that will reduce nitrogen load- ing into the local …

About 110 graduates moved on to kindergarten last week, but what made it extra special was the fact that it was the first-ever set of graduates to come out of the South Haven Early Childhood …

Wait! The 59-by-47 painting in the front of the gallery looks familiar. “We have three paintings in this exhib- it where the artist references classical artwork,” said Marquee …

Patchogue Village clerk Patti Seal started in village government as a trustee in 2004, and then was sworn in as village clerk in 2005. She received the New York State Village Clerk of the Year in …

It didn’t start with a peaceful assembly, nor will it end there, but it was a glimpse of what is possible in the Bellport community: unity. “We’re going to come [together] as …

The 2020-2021 Patchogue-Medford School Budget was approved by the voters of the district by a vote of 4,042 yes votes to 2,181 no votes. This year’s numbers were overwhelming compared to …

East and West Main Street in Patchogue Village will be closed on Sundays for outdoor dining starting this Sunday, June 28.Last night, the Village of Patchogue trustees passed a request made by the …

Libraries are one of the many gath- ering locations closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now, as New York moves through its reopening phases, libraries too are taking steps to …

A slice of Gino’s pizza and an ice-cold beer from Blue Point Brewing Co. was just what the mayor of Patchogue needed after a long few months of quarantine; he celebrated with such on the …

CEED, the Center for Environmental Education & Discovery, will be hosting a free virtual event on June 20 to welcome the days of summer. While it is not permitted to gather in person for …

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state announced for Long Island to enter Phase 3 that allowed indoor dining and personal care at 50 percent capacity on June 17, and Suffolk County executive Steve …

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts has hired Michele Rizzo-Berg to step in as new director and lead the way through this pandemic time. Rizzo-Berg served as center director for 15 years at the …

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the education sector was one of the most impacted in the country and New York State. As schools and state officials position themselves toward the fall semester, Gov. …

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