COVID-19
Suffolk County, SBU to host virtual COVID-19 vaccine Q&A
Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Suffolk County Office of Minority Health and Stony Brook University Medicine may be able to …
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Sen. Gillibrand seeks to slice price of prescription drugs
The financial burden caused by the pandemic has left thousands of senior citizens – who make up about 16 percent of Suffolk …
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High School honors essential cafeteria workers
A plaque honoring 18 of Bellport High School’s finest cafeteria workers was unveiled on April 15 during a Women’s History …
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Patchogue News

Kiwanis donate money for summer camperships

The Patchogue Kiwanis donated a total of $3,000 for summer camperships through the Village of Patchogue Parks and Recreation Department. The hope is to have about $500 allocated to the art program to …
Patchogue

Utilizing prisms to reflect the better part of ourselves

Pastor Dwight Lee Wolter was restringing several CDs that had slipped off the parking lot fence as he worked alongside a man named Angelo. “The twine was slippery, and the little ones had a …
Patchogue

Eat, drink and paddle

Burning calories while consuming them is now possible. No, this is not a dream. This is the reality at Paddle Pub, a pedal-powered pontoon boat, docked in the Dublin Deck parking …
Bellport News

Maureen Veitch elected to fill Gagliano’s seat

The Village of Bellport elections were held on June 15 at the Community Center. Mayor Ray Fell (358 votes) and trustees Bob Rosenberg (330) and Mike Ferrigno (336) were all reelected after running …
BELLPORT VILLAGE

Color, humor, fantasy, real bodies in ‘No Body Like This Body’

“Attic,” a 72-by-60-inch acrylic on canvas painting by Adam Lowenbein, is mesmerizing. A gorgeous display of colors surround a man in an attic who decides to try on a red and white …
BELLPORT VILLAGE

Bellport election goes unopposed

Village of Bellport Elections will be held on June 15 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Community Center. Mayor Ray Fell and trustees Bob Rosenberg and Mike Ferrigno will be running unopposed as incumbents for …
Food & Drink
Cooking with a Veteran
This is a great surprise one-pot-dish for people who love mac and cheese. I love to cook this in a coated cast iron so I can go from …
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Birdies application pushed again
Patchogue Zoning Board pushed the Birdies application again, awaiting addi- tional information before decision. The board met last …
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This summer’s event lineup—all in one place
Although summer doesn’t officially kick off till mid-June, it’s fair to say that after a weekend with temperatures in …
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REVIEW: The quest for the best lobster roll
Losing the pandemic weight gain definitely stopped being a priority when Suffolk County News and The Long Island Advance decided to …
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Angels host weekend for health care workers
This Memorial Day weekend, the Angels of Long Island will be inviting all health care workers down to their East Patchogue location …
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Councilman Loguercio celebrates new Dunkin’ 
Councilman Michael Loguercio is excited as another example of the economic redevelopment in Bellport begins. Developer Ben Bathija …
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Brookhaven News
As we celebrate the fathers in our lives this Sunday, it’s important to remember that all the long hours at work are for the family to flourish. The Long Island Advance held a photo contest …
On June 1, Supervisor Ed Romaine visited the Town of Brookhaven’s Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) during installation of concrete rings manufactured using pulverized, recycled glass …
The Arbor Day Foundation announced that the Town of Brookhaven has been designated as a 2020 Tree City USA. This is the fifth time that the Town has received the award because of the its effort to …
Suffolk News
A common phrase women veterans have often had to tell people is they are not the daughter, spouse, or parent of a service member, but the service member. Marine Cpl. Jean Platania has had to say this …
In 2017, New York State announced a $75 million septic system fund to assist homeowners with the costs to replace aging septic systems allotted over five years; Suffolk County got $10 million of the …
Republican candidate James Mazzarella took the unofficial special election win for the 3rd Suffolk County Legislative District seat on Tuesday May 25 with a total just over 60 percent of the vote or …
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