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Break the ice and take the plunge

While it’s become a familiar trope to splash cold water on one’s face to increase alertness, it’s undeniable that frigid temperatures do engender an elevated feeling of aliveness …

On December 2, 2022, the Internal Revenue Service issued an announcement providing an update on the taxability of grants. The Announcement 2022-26 can be found at the following …

The L.I. Advance contacted the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to find out more information about State Environmental Conservation officials making an announcement that …

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, …

Patchogue resident Jake Lipponer, 28, experienced a life-changing moment in the blink of an eye on June 19, 2022, when he was in a single-car accident in Southold. After working multiple double …

Five days a week at 10 outreach posts throughout Suffolk County, Lighthouse Mission of Bellport serves hundreds of people by providing them with food, groceries, clothing and prayer. Last year …

The Anthony Parlato Tournament, named after the former vice president of the Moriches Community Center, was hosted by Center Moriches High School on Dec. 28 and 29. Both the varsity and junior …

Brookhaven Town, which owns and manages Bellport Village’s bay bottom, recently renewed the ongoing formal agreement with Friends of Bellport Bay to continue habitat restoration for two years …

After the former athletic coordinator of the Bellmore-Merrick team won the Long Island Championship in Nassau for girls flag football, Anthony Cracco, as the new Patchogue-Medford School District …

Vincent Grucci will be remembered. That fact is not to be debated. He was the past president of the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce from 2000 to 2003; Grucci & Associates, the financial …

The Waterfront Commission Marina Proposal was scheduled for a much-anticipated public hearing, held by the Village of Bellport Board of Trustees on Monday, Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Bellport Community …

According to the MTA, the project for additional track to help quell idling trains in Patchogue Village is currently underway. Work has already begun at the site, with the installation of poles and …

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 …

Since the COVID-19 shutdown in 2020, many local businesses have been permitted to utilize outdoor space under temporary structures to offset the loss of indoor business and allow diners a safe space …

Bellport Village’s charming downtown features several shops that offer one-of-a-kind, personalized, vintage, and new gifts and goodies to render the holiday season complete—including …

As Patchogue Village trustee Tom Ferb put it, the wrought-iron railing accompanying the Grace A.M.E. Zion Church steps hadn’t been installed, and it was crunch time. It was the last piece of …

In the words of Helen Keller, “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” With that in mind, on Oct. 22, with a rain date of Oct. 23, members of the Suffolk County Lions …

Few circumstances in life are more devastating than losing a loved one unexpectedly. This sorrow was compounded for lifelong Patchogue resident and nature photographer Lorraine Amodeo-Luchese, when …

The sixth annual Patchogue River Cleanup Event made a splash once again this year as it removed hundreds of pounds’ worth of garbage from the nearby Watch Hill Ferry Terminal.  A two-hour …

Sewers are a ubiquitous yet subterranean necessity of modern life, which most people rarely—if ever—think about, as these wastewater devices typically flow smoothly, unnoticed, and …

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