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Bellport woman gives birth on kitchen floor

Talk about a quick delivery. South Country Ambulance and Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD) helped deliver baby Kendall Budiarjo mere moments after arriving to the call. When Louisa …

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 …

Anna Goddard Potter was among the steadfast women who volunteered mightily in Bellport for charitable organizations. These villages and hamlets didn’t evolve without their steadying hand a …

The passionate, joyful, defiant dancing, singing and skillful story telling in “Disney Newsies, The Broadway Musical,” Gateway’s third seasonal launch, this time at Patchogue …

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

Biz Markie died on Friday, July 16, 2021, at the age of 57. Biz, also known as Marcel Theo Hall, died after battling complications from diabetes over a year’s time in a Baltimore hospital as …

Tim Gentzel is an East Patchogue resident and electrician who addressed traffic signals in Nassau and Suffolk counties, consistently mentored 10 and 11-year-old boys, especially those unsure 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 …

Introducing Dr. Kimberly R Fazio. Fazio recently graduated summa cum laude as an OD, doctor of optometry, from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. Fazio was the 2013 salutatorian …

On July 1, Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine (right) was joined by (left to right) councilman Michael Loguercio, councilman Neil Foley and Suffolk County Legis. Rob Calarco at the site of the new …

  Lifelong Patchoguean Joe Brandi was born at Port Jefferson hospital on Jan. 6, 1948, and has resided on Cleveland Street his entire life. Growing up with his sister Francis, he remembers …

“Songs for A New World,” Gateway’s inaugural 2021 season musical (July 14-31), began brewing last summer, said Michael Baker Gateway’s Acting School Director and Associate …

This year’s graduation carried the usual significance, as over 1,000 family members and guests watched the 659 students of the graduating class move one step closer to their futures and …

Bellport Village is a summer staycation destination worth exploring—and it looks like this summer might be another one spent locally. It boasts camera-ready tree-lined streets; a green, …

The Bellport Chamber of Commerce will once again be hosting their annual Bellport Day celebration. The Village of Bellport approved the Saturday, July 31 date from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with road …

  A “Cooking for a PAWS” fundraiser was held on Main Street in Patchogue to raise money for PAWS of War and VFW’s Unmet Needs program. The event was organized by VFW Post …

William Floyd High School senior Ryleigh Pafitis has been selected to receive the prestigious Presidential Scholarship to attend St. Joseph’s College, a full-tuition scholarship for all four …

Service has been in Joseph Mazzarella’s blood from a young age, going back to his days as a member of the Moriches Elementary School student council and extending throughout his time at William …

The William Floyd Athletic Department recently held its annual spring signing day ceremony to celebrate the 20-senior student-athletes who will compete in athletics next year at the collegiate level. …

Carole Amodeo’s photography is completely unedited. She doesn’t run anything through photoshop or other retouching programs. All of her photos are taken with either a point-and-shoot …

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