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Suffolk County Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation and  Delaware North have closed on the sale of Jake’s 58  Hotel and Casino in Islandia.  The  closing followed …

To further improve the bond between Latino women and their communities, SEPA Mujer has unveiled the second level of its leadership workshop. The nonprofit group, now based in Patchogue, will start …

Jacki O’Donnell, the lead nurse for the William Floyd School District, was elected to serve as president of the New York State Association of School Nurses (NYSASN) earlier this school year, a …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce is looking to make the best of it with the Village of Patchogue-approved Alive After Five dates scheduled for July 8, 22, and Aug. 5 and 19. “We …

For many, flowers are a necessary component of any gift given to a loved one—an essential decoration for an event—and a go-to pick-me-up purchase. Bellport pop-up shop owner and artist …

The Patchogue Arts Council is seeking $50,000 in an effort to maintain and expand the MoCA L.I.ghts event and annual festival season, including Arts On Terry (moved to September 2021), which garnered …

This year, five honorees have been named out of the list of nominees for the distinction. Candidates are judged on three criteria: participation, career accomplishments, community involvement and …

Monday night meant more callbacks for “A Chorus Line - High School Edition.” “We’ll have chosen actors by the end of the week,” said Gateway executive artistic …

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 …

Embracing and embodying all that is the #girlboss aesthetic is Patchogue’s leading lady, Jacqueline Routh.  The under-30 dynamo boasts an impressive résumé with her …

This Memorial Day weekend, the Angels of Long Island will be inviting all health care workers down to their East Patchogue location for a barbecue with free scrubs and PPE. The three-day event, …

Over 50 residents came out in opposition to the Cornerstone application, a proposed 50-unit apartment complex and marina dock along the Patchogue River on Mulford Street in Patchogue Village, in a …

Councilman Michael Loguercio is excited as another example of the economic redevelopment in Bellport begins. Developer Ben Bathija has started breaking ground at the site of the new Dunkin’ …

Last week, Birdies Entertainment located at 17-19 North Ocean Avenue, beside the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce office, sought a special permit via the Village of Patchogue Zoning Board to …

Local VFW Post 2913 past commander Dave Rogers invited national commander in chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hal Roesch, based out of his Virginia Post 3219, on to his “Cooking with a …

Seatuck Environmental Association in Islip has discovered that the population of the North American river otter—a mammal once near extinction on Long Island—could be on the …

Main Street in Patchogue is no exception to the lack of employees applying for restaurant jobs across the country amid the COVID pandemic. “We are seeing it firsthand,” said John …

The cork tiles say it all. There’s one with a big red “Love” surrounded by hearts. Another says, “Be Kind. Be Nice. Include.” Want to feel good? Head to the stairs …

The annual Raku Party fundraiser for Patchogue Arts Council was held on Sunday, May 16, at a private residence in Sayville. Raku is a multi-sensate experience of creativity in which the participants …

Everyone loves to look good, and when we look good, we feel good. New business owners Charisa Bower and Colleen Walsh, owners of House of Honey’s Beauty Bar and Lounge in Patchogue Village echo …

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