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Playcrafters’ ‘The Tin Woman’ has heart and beauty

he grieving family who donates their son’s heart after he dies in an accident. And an absorbing story about crushing loss, guilt, fear of vulnerability, and taking the hard, necessary steps to …

Patchogue resident Ethan Doutney, manager of operations for the Gino Macchio Foundation, and assistant Steven Rafalko, were stationed at the Bellport Marina well before 9 a.m. Saturday morning. …

Patchogue resident Ethan Doutney, manager of operations for the Gino Macchio Foundation and assistant Steven Rafalko, were stationed at the Bellport Marina well before 9 a.m. Saturday morning. …

A Yield to Pedestrian in Crosswalk sign in the middle of South Country Road between North and South Howells Point Road will be a regular fixture soon. “It’s anchored on a hard rubber …

Classic car owners preened and prettied their stage-ready automobiles for Bellport Fire Department’s second annual Classic Car Show. Competing for four show titles, including Best in Show and …

The board voted unanimously to opt out of a local law, which would have permitted the sale of cannabis in the village. Though it was open for public comment, nobody came to speak on the legislation …

Residents stuffed, glued and dressed scarecrows to frightening perfection at the village’s annual scarecrow-making contest, held Saturday, Oct. 3. Village staff had just finished their …

Fluffy’s back, fangs and all. He’s the big, bad wolf lunging when you least expect it. Fluffy is one of the scaries at The Gateway’s Camp Terror opening Oct 1 to 31st. Will he …

The villages of Patchogue and Bellport are gearing up for a monthlong celebration of fall, starting with scarecrow-building contests this weekend. If you seek crisp air, pumpkins and decorating, look …

Following the discovery of a body consistent with missing Blue Point woman Gabby Petito’s description in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming, where a YouTuber sited Petito’s 2012 …

With the environment, music, art and community in mind, surfers and spectators, young and old, descended upon Bellport’s Ho-Hum Beach for the second annual Vagabond Surf Fest.  The event …

Local chamber members selected as the People of The Year will be recognized by the Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce Coalition during an event to be held this month on Sept. 28. The event is to honor …

The Blue Vagabond Surf Festival was postponed due to wind and weather concerns. The festival was originally scheduled to take place at Ho-Hum Beach on Sunday, Sept. 12, but will now take place on …

On the evening of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Bellport residents, dignitaries, and first responders gathered at Osborn Park. Together, they paid tribute to the lives lost, and the lives …

At a recent village meeting, residents voiced concerns about noise and environmental pollution; a few months prior, they presented a petition asking the board to take a deeper look. They’re …

Brookhaven hamlet resident and celebrity photographer Marc Baptiste had his exhibit at Pamela Lerner Home & Design. Over 130 friends and residents poured into Lerner’s store to greet …

The village held a meeting on Aug. 23, where a number of items were discussed and several resolutions were passed by the board. A public hearing was set to discuss the village opting out of cannabis …

Photographer Marc Baptiste had already committed a month ago to show his work at Pamela Lerner Home & Design on Aug. 27. Then, the Haitian disaster, a 7.2 earthquake, shattered his native country …

The kitchen at The Mama Farm Bed & Breakfast is… big. “You can’t make a profit on a farm these days unless you have infrastructure,” explained Elettra Wiedemann of the …

The Sun Records studio gathering on Dec. 4, 1956, with Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, when Perkins booked a recording session with producer Sam Phillips, was a …

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