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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 …

Imagine being a kid and dancing on stage as an opening act for celebrity dancers. The Gateway’s Scot Allan saw that niche when “Ballroom With A Twist” was being performed at …

Like a scene fresh out of “Schitt’s Creek,” with not an item out of place, there is something for everyone at Bellport Apothecary. Giovanni Naso and his partner Sharon Munson, with the …

Duchess Cookies, a new gourmet cookie bakery, hosted its grand opening in Patchogue Village on Saturday, May 15.The new shop, located at 18 East Main Street,  offers plenty of cookie varieties, …

Suffolk County officials aim to celebrate young Suffolk residents in the next few days during its inaugural “Youth Week.” The week of events from May 16 to 23 includes a job fair, an …

Exploring the dynamism and mystique of the full gender spectrum is the “Illuminated: A Lens on Gender” exhibit on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art on 20 Terry Street, in …

WILLIAM FLOYD SCHOOL DISTRICTVALEDICTORIANChristian Reilly, 17, from Mastic will be attending Stony Brook University to study biology after completing his high school career at William Floyd High …

During the height of the pandemic last year, while so many people were at home quarantining with their families, one profession faced the toll of COVID-19 head-on. “That was a scary time for …

Last month, the Hagerman Fire Department and South Country Ambulance participated in a motor vehicle accident training exercise. Motor vehicle accidents are amongst the leading cause of death and …

While in preliminary stages, Suffolk County is researching the possibility of installing electric car charging stations in library parking lots that would allow county employees to charge their cars …

In the Prohibition era, many vessels were used to smuggle alcohol from overseas to the United States. A sign of the times, one of those rumrunners was nicknamed the Running Wild.Today, it's the …

Hard seltzer and beach cleanups?At first, the two seem completely unrelated, but for Willie’s Superbrew, a company based out of Cape Cod, business and environmentalism are inseparable. The …

Not every young person would choose to construct a houseboat with his dad and uncle during the summer, but when he was 13, that’s what intrigued Tommy Keegan. “We built it on the mainland in …

South Country student-artists among Long Island’s best The artwork of Bellport High School student-artists Giana Porter and Maria Slavnova were selected from 331 submissions to exhibit at The …

It’s been quite the year for Zariel Macchia, an eighth-grade student-athlete from William Floyd Middle School, who runs for the high school girls varsity cross country team. In a three-week span, …

On May 4, Councilman Michael Loguercio joined members of the Rotary Club of Bellport to honor the men and women of the Armed Forces in recognition of National Military Appreciation Month. The …

Earlier today, the Village of Patchogue Planning Board granted Starbucks permission through ABH Realty Group to demolish the former Bargain Bilge, located at 159 West Main Street in Patchogue Village, …

Last Tuesday, the Patchogue Chamber of Commerce welcomed new business Pedal Power LI with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. The new business features “limocycles” that can be rented for an …

SEA of Visibility, an exciting arts-education group, has taken up residence in Patchogue and partnered with a Goliath of the eastern arts scene, Patchogue Arts Council/Museum of Contemporary Art.SEA …

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