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Girls track team runs into success

At William Floyd High School, John Ryan is an 11th and 12th-grade English teacher with 31 years of experience. However, some know him as Coach Ryan of the Colonials varsity girls cross country and …

Republican candidate Kevin LaValle wins over Democratic candidate Lisa Di Santo at 6,396 votes to 4,940 votes, respectively, according to brookhavenrepublicans.com as of early Wednesday morning, in …

Dean Murray is the former Republican member of the New York State Assembly, representing the Third District, from 2010 to 2013, and again from 2015 to 2019. The district includes portions of the town …

In ancient Roman myth, Janus is the liminal god of the Roman pantheon, symbolically presiding over beginnings, gateways, transitions, time, and duality. He is typically depicted as having two faces, …

While New Year’s resolutions are associated with the future, they harken back to ancient times. In 2000 B.C. the Babylonians celebrated the New Year during a 12-day festival called Akitu, …

Six more weeks of winter or an early spring? Hundreds will gather at the Holtsville Ecology Site on Thursday, Feb. 2, to hear highway superintendent Daniel P. Losquadro announce Holtsville …

After longtime Brookhaven Town clerk Donna Lent announced her retirement after 30 years of service, a special election was set to fill her vacated seat. The election will be held on Jan. 17 at your …

Thanks goes out to Brookhaven Elementary art teacher Gianna Maccarino and her students for making 248 holiday cards for the residents at Bellhaven Nursing Center. The Brookhaven Village Association …

Lighthouse Missionadopts the South Country School District Every year, Lighthouse Mission teams up with the South Country School District’s social workers and hands out thousands of free …

Last month, longtime Brookhaven Town clerk Donna Lent announced her retirement after 30 years of service.  During the meeting in which she announced her retirement to the public, she was …

About the Holiday Greeting Fund We invite our readers to contribute whatever they care to give. Checks are held in an escrow account until after the holidays, and then the money is distributed to …

At this time of year, when consumerism can take precedence over the true spirit of the season, it is important to remember the epigram that “it is better to give than it is to receive.” …

The Town of Brookhaven Animal Shelter and Adoption Center is celebrating the holiday season with its “Home for the Holidays” promotion, featuring free pet adoptions now through the month …

Nov. 17 was an eventful day of approvals for multiple bills on the table for the Brookhaven Town Board, including a 1.92 percent tax hike next year on homeowners, or $10.52 per year.  The main …

On Thursday, Nov. 10, the Brookhaven Town Board Meeting commenced, overviewing the retirement of longtime county clerk Donna Lent as well as the proposed tax raise of 1.92 percent next …

Recently, supervisor Ed Romaine announced that the Town of Brookhaven’s Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) has received more than 45 million pounds of recycling material in 2022. It is projected …

The Town of Brookhaven awarded a revised contract for the pump-out station at Sandspit Marina in Patchogue. The revised contract was made, during the town meeting held at the end of October, from the …

It has been a decade since the worst storm in recent memory hit Long Island. Superstorm Sandy, bringing high winds and harrowing storm surge, knocked out power and tested our collective resiliency. …

Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine recently released the $328.6 million 2023 tentative budget with a 1.92, or 10.52 per year, percent tax raise, remaining below the tax cap and reducing debt by 36 …

Local teens Allison Mullaney of Suffolk County and Catherine Cain of Brookhaven recently nabbed a Young Artist Academy Award in Los Angeles last weekend. Mullaney won Best Teen Actress in a …

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