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YMCA gives campers a reason to rise and shine

After a summer of fewer-campers-than-usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Patchogue and Brookhaven Roe YMCA is back in full swing, with four sessions of outdoor activities and indoor games as part of …

It’s mid-July and though the weather has been less than ideal, summer is still a time to enjoy. Living on the South Shore, we are fortunate to be neighbors of the Great South Bay. But with that …

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 …

Yacouba Sissoko sat onstage before his exquisite instrument, the kora, as little girls wearing pinafores whirled,boys climbed on hammocks, both reaching out to the farm dog, Pinoc-chio. Waiting for …

By 10:15 a.m., at least 40 people were perusing a dozen tables brimming with yard sale articles.“People came earlier than 10 a.m.,” said volunteer Thomas Lownds, who brought gardening …

Abner Monegro had pulled his rented Home Depot flatbed into the CEED parking area, hauled out repurposed wood, and began making raised beds.A resident of Syosset, he knew Eric Powers, the Center …

If you were a kid, you would want to come here. Nine first and fifth graders are learning specific bird facts, including why their feathers repel water and how their beaks have adapted for …

The 1927 colonial revival’s interior urges wiping off your counters and shelves of clutter and painting the walls white. So does the redesigned Cape Cod cottage. There are a total of 20 …

A red plastic cup could be seen on the front lawn of 51 Hawkins Lane in Brookhaven late Tuesday afternoon – where just hours before, an estimated 300-400 people gathered for what had the …

The Washington Lodge is CEED’s headquarters, and Sally Wellinger, the executive director of CEED, is spearheading the renovation project on South Country Road in Brookhaven Hamlet. “As …

Mark Gordon and Andrew Munro were busy constructing a wood Optimist dinghy Sunday morning, its base placed over wood “horses.” The vessel was being built for Gordon’s son Leo; he …

The hanging of the Confederate flag on a Brookhaven Fire Department truck last week has resulted in ire in Long Island communities, condemnation from elected officials as high as the governor, a …

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, farms have been deemed an essential business. While many small farms across the country are struggling, Deer Run Farms in Brookhaven hamlet has managed …

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 …

The Center for Environmental Edu- cation and Discovery in Brookhaven hamlet has named Sally Wellinger as its first paid executive director. The appointment comes as co-founder and volunteer director, …

The Center for Environmental Education and Discovery’s 2020 Summer Nature Experience program for kids just completed at the 16 Bay Road Post-Morrow property in Brookhaven hamlet. With …

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