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The Canaan Lake restoration project is intended to address the invasive species that reside in the lake bottom as well as the contamination concern. Suffolk County legislator and presiding …

The arc of Marcelo Lucero’s tragic death from a hate crime in 2008 that rocked Patchogue evolved into a memo- rial and the unveiling of a peace pole on Monday at the Carnegie Library, with …

Patchogue’s South Shore Coastal Resiliency sewer project, connecting 500 homes, is shovel-ready said mayorPaul Pontieri. Funding sources from federal Community Block Grant Disaster Recovery …

At Monday night’s Patchogue Village Zoom meeting, a trustee vote provided a stipend to Architecture Review Board members as the finalization of the ARB becoming part of the Planning …

Jack Licitra, the well-known Sayville musician who integrated his rousing piano/Hammond organ in hundreds of Jack’s Waterfall appearances, pitched the next good time for Patchogue Theatre …

Patchogue’s incumbent elected officials were reelected to another (almost) 4-year term Tuesday night. Mayor Paul Pontieri, who ran unopposed, earned another term, and trustees Jack Kreiger, …

As many across the country remembered those lost on 9/11 19 years ago, Patchogue held a ceremony to pay tribute to all who sacrificed on that day and in the years since. The event was held at …

As the world of art seemingly was forced to go dark from March until recently with museums able to open at half capacity, the Patchogue Arts Council took this time to take up the burden of …

While Tuesday, Sept. 15 is Patchogue Village’s election, village residents have several options. Those medically compromised or concerned about the coronavirus can visit …

There’s now a new local place to get your coffee, tea, waffles, and other early morning goods in Patchogue. Rise & Grind just opened on Aug. 26 in the former site of Country Kitchen on …

Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce executive director David Kennedy asked the owner of The Clifton, a Patchogue bar, to withdraw the “shooting” pool offered; that is, a point spread …

Patchogue fireman Bill Rowse is a beloved man in this village. He’s an ex-chief for one thing and known in several volunteer organizations for his devoted service. So when an opportunity to …

Granting local heroes some much-deserved recognition, state Sen. Monica Martinez nominated U.S. Navy Senior Chief Boatswain’s Mate Kevin Nolan, who is also a Suffolk County Police …

Five Fire Island National Seashore maintenance projects may just get the help they need under the bipartisan Great American Outdoors Act, which guarantees funding for …

It is a good thing in life to be an accomplished seaman, but also a cranky baby whisperer. But that was what Charles “Corky” Sherman was, among other admirable and honorable character …

In another sad claim of the coronavirus, the Greater Patchogue Foundation has decided to call off September’s annual Italian Festival of Saint Liberata. This year would have marked the …

The State Liquor Authority’s power to enforce regulations in line with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s New York response to COVID-19 has several local restaurant owners voicing concern for what …

Partners (no pun intended) Brian Adams and Tim McCarthy were set to open their country-themed bar/restaurant with live music and Nashville-style party scene. They did open on March …

It was a relatively short storm, but a powerful one, as Isaias moved up the East Coast and through Long Island Tuesday. As of Wednesday morning, more than 300,000 Long Islanders are without …

As of March 15, after a meeting between Village of Patchogue mayor Paul Pontieri and deputy treasurer Anne Marie Monte, all unnecessary spending was put to an emergency halt to make way for the …

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