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VFW Post 2913 Cmdr. Dave Rogers and his crew of about 15 volunteers cooked and served 80 people St. Patrick’s Day meals in an effort to raise money for the post and Island Harvest. At $12 per …

With St. Patrick’s Day parades canceled or postponed state-wide once again this year due to ongoing COVID restrictions, Patchogue managed to find the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the …

After an inventive and engagingly artful 2020, the Patchogue Arts Council has announced its even more ambitious plan for 2021.PAC hosted its annual general meeting on Friday, March 19, where …

Baseball aficionado Jeff Schaefer grew up in Patchogue and was a 1979 graduate of Patchogue-Medford High School. After Schaefer attended University of Maryland, he was drafted by the Baltimore …

For the third consecutive year, the William Floyd High School Medical Club under the direction of science educator Terri Randall, raised and donated funds to help support the great work …

The Shermans are ready to ferry. A five-year lease with the option to extend for one additional 5-year term from Brookhaven Town was granted to the Davis Park Ferry Company for $64,800 annually in …

This Saturday, March 13, the Patchogue Theatre for Performing Arts will be hosting We Banjo 3 virtual experience ahead of the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.Live from Ireland, all four band members …

They gathered through personal celebrations and tragedies, children’s accomplishments, wars, eras and even moments when due to a bad day, they wanted to throw things but didn’t, and …

When Patchogue-Medford High School juniors Emily Skorupski and Maya Marquez-Sturm heard about the Patchogue Young Professionals’ “Shark Tank” challenge in December, their brains …

Can you hear that? It’s the Midnight Wolves howling their patrol call. They should also shout, “Girls can do anything boys can do!” – maybe, even better. Because …

East Patchogue-based retired attorney and creative mind Pauline Dubick-Hazard has adopted and presented a new project that is grabbing the attention of young neighborhood children: handcrafted …

This Women’s History Month and the anniversary of the Marine Corps Women’s Reserve, we celebrate and honor notable local women in our community. The following are just some of …

Teresa Quarltere believes very strongly in the importance of looking your best. “She just nailed it in my head,” her youngest daughter Linda said of her mother’s …

The transformation of Patchogue as a central hub of the arts on Long Island is a testament to the powers of renewal and the passion of artists to create. But whereas other gentrified …

Barbara Perrone knows this is a stressful time. As the owner of Patchogue’s The Original Mommy and Me, on Waverly Avenue, she was closed for five months during the height of the …

Robert Levey II is a 12-year-old 7th-grade homeschooled kid pursuing his dreams with the help of his mother, Denise. He enjoys acting, singing and playing the guitar and piano. Recently, he landed …

As the pandemic closures round the corner to its exact one-year anniversary, local business owners have braced for and survived endlessly changing restrictions and reconfiguring of customer …

The William Floyd High School varsity bowling team under the leadership of head coach James Healey recently concluded their regular season with their second consecutive League II Championship, a 13-1 …

Jennifer Netter and Darren Cosgrave had done such a sterling job of prepping the walls, they looked already painted. Their two daughters, Ruari and Aine held paper towels and paint cans in the midst …

The site of the former Flo's Luncheonette at 38 West Main Street in Patchogue is currently up for lease. According to NAI Long Island,  the spot of the former American eatery searching for a …

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