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Patchogue Village Parks brings goat yoga to the community

As possibly one of the first municipalities on Long Island to bring their residents goat yoga, Patchogue Village Parks and Recreation director Maria Giustizia prides herself on her …

Patchogue Village has always been forward thinking and on Monday, Jan. 11 night the board showed just that after unanimously approving a code change to allow for subterrain, partial and ground level …

Alive After Five dates approve for July 8 and 22, August 5 and 19 with an August 29 rain date.

Mayor Paul Pontieri and his administration have set goals for 2021, including restoring Main Street businesses and the Patchogue Theatre for Performing Arts to pre-COVID times, working with the …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce hosted a virtual Midnight on Main Street New Year’s Eve Celebration, and several community leaders as well as local business owners took advantage of …

The Veterans of Foreign Wars organization launched their #StillServing campaign at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Fast-forward to 2021, and the first post to be honored, worldwide, …

Considering the crowd associated with the Midnight on Main Street New Year’s Eve celebration, there is no way for the physical event to occur due to the restrictions on social gatherings caused …

’Tis the season for giving. On Christmas Day, Perabell Food Bar in Patchogue Village will open its doors and host Home for the Holidays, the annual event that provides free meals and toys to …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce originally recommitted to hosting the village’s St. Patrick’s Day parade in July or September, after the parade was cancelled in March due to COVID-19, …

Patchogue Village’s Parks and Recreation director Maria Giustizia is back at it again, now featuring a mail drop box for letters to Santa outside her office on Bay Avenue. It’s the first year …

The Waverly Management apartment complex construction site on Waverly Avenue is situated between West 2nd Street and West 1st Street in Patchogue. The site’s perimeter features a 6-foot …

When Harbor Crab’s owners, alongside the Patchogue Rotary Club, decided that they would indeed be hosting its annual Kris Kringle Fundraiser this holiday season, co-owner Mark Miller said he …

The state shut down indoor dining in New York City just over two weeks ago. With positive cases ramped up to above 8 percent on Long Island, there are more than whispers that the region may follow in …

Patchogue has been built up and revitalized, and much of that is thanks to the arts scene that has been generated here. Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts and the Patchogue Arts Council proved …

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts is presenting a host of shows during the holidays through online stream. The state has put social distancing and gathering mandates in place that deem …

As if Patchogue Lake was not beautiful enough, the Patchogue Garden Club has made it a mission to plant 10,000 daffodils along the newly reopened Lake Street extension this winter. Eager to start and …

That the Congregational Church of Patchogue on Main Street is already a riveting architectural icon is a given. But on Thursday, Dec. 10, Friday, Dec. 11 and Saturday, Dec. 12, from 5 to 10 p.m., it …

That the Congregational Church of Patchogue on Main Street is already a riveting architectural icon is a given. But on Thurs. Dec. 10, Friday Dec. 11 and Saturday Dec. 12, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. it …

The approximately 55,000-square-foot structure at 199 East Main Street in Patchogue may be a tough vacancy to fill once Burlington’s lease ends in March, as the department store announced a …

Remediation on the West Main Street National Grid natural gas property located across from the Blue Point Brewing Co. was completed this summer, prompting Patchogue Village mayor Paul Pontieri to …

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