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Simon, a rescue dog from Blue Point, has been known to be an adventurous pupper. He’s even earned the nickname “Notorious D.O.G.” from his dad. This past week, he took a …

Back in 2020, The Cliffton, a bar located on the corner of East Main Street and Maple Avenue in Patchogue Village, went under fire for placing bets on shootings in New York City and Chicago. At …

That’s CEED board chair Tom Pelletier encouraging folks to attend their Open House on Sunday, May 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. For the first time, the Center for Environmental Education and Discovery …

State Sen. Alexis Weik today announced that she has introduced legislation to provide homeowners with a one-time rebate for home heating oil costs that have soared in the past year amid raging …

Everlasting Long Islander and baseball mastermind Tom Caputo grew up in Valley Stream, graduating from Valley Stream Central High School in 1994. Caputo then took his talents to collegiate baseball, …

On Friday, May 6, the award ceremony for the annual Congressional Art Competition for High School Students in the New York District 1, sponsored by congressman Lee Zelden, was held at Artspace on …

Friends of Lakeview Cemeteries, in conjunction with the Great Brookhaven Cleanup, will host a cleanup day Saturday May 14 from 10 a.m. to noon The tasks include cutting grass, raking leaves, picking …

The Boys & Girls Club of The Bellport Area (BGCBA), a leading nonprofit organization providing young people ages three to 19 with a safe environment to congregate for quality pre-school, …

PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD The Patchogue-Medford School District Board of Education has a total of two seats open and both candidates will be running unopposed. Trustee Thomas Donofrio will be running for …

PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD The Patchogue-Medford School District will be holding its annual budget vote and board of education election on Tuesday, May 17. On that date, the voters of the school district …

Gerardo Monterrubio uses his ceramic sculptures as palettes for creating magical, terrifying, mythical stories incorporating his culture. An exhibition of the Los Angeles-based artist, …

Karissa O’Brien, RN,Unit 2 North/South As a nurse on one of Long Island Community Hospital’s busiest units, O’Brien’s co-workers praise her for her enthusiasm and …

We asked our readers to let us know what they admire most about the nurses in their lives who serve our community. Here are the responses: Karen Edmondson of East Patchogue, school nurse at …

What do you find problematic or lacking in the current Board of Education’s performance in serving the community? How will electing you to the Board specifically address that deficit? (For …

The Suffolk County News asked the community in online forums to submit questions to the Board of Education candidates. The compiled questions were then sent to the candidates via email and given a …

The Suffolk County News compiled questions from the community on online forums for the Board of Education candidates. The questions were then emailed to the candidates who had a week to …

The Suffolk County News  asked the community to submit questions for the Board of Education candidates on online forums. Once compiled, the questions were emailed to the candidates and given …

On a warm spring day with a slight chill in the air, a plot of land north of the Patchogue Village Parks and Recreation building laid with 14 holes in the ground was waiting to be filled. The …

On Sunday, May 1, the Friends of Lakeview Cemetery held a spring fundraiser at the Patchogue Theatre of the Performing Arts honoring Ralph Wright. Wright has served as chair of the Cemetery …

Edyie Geller, East Patchogue resident and wife of a former Patchogue practitioner, plans to donate an old framed photograph to the Patchogue Historical Society. However, prior to her donation, …

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