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Bicyclist seriously injured in motor vehicle crash

Suffolk County Police Fifth Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that seriously injured a bicyclist in East Patchogue on Thursday, June 23 police said in a statement. Shaun …

On Tuesday, June 21, Suffolk County Police  arrested an East Islip man who committed violent acts against two movie theater employees, including a teenager, outside a Sayville movie theater this …

After two years of trying to sell the building, the South Country Library officially sold the Bellport Post office building located at 26 Station Road for a total of $1.1 million. Postal Realty …

In the wake of the Texas elementary school tragedy, just 10 days after another massacre at a Buffalo supermarket, while also remembering the Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Sandy Hook shootings, parents …

The additional affordable housing apartments planned for North Bellport via the new 100-unit Allegria South two-floor development with its commercial component has gotten the attention of Vision Long …

NYU Langone and the Long Island Community Hospital confirmed plans to fill the approximately 55,000-square-foot structure at 199 East Main Street in Patchogue, formerly Burlington Coat Factory. The …

Suffolk County Police arrested a teenager after he made threats on social media about committing a mass shooting, police announced in a press release. A 16 year old posted on his Instagram story …

William Floyd Middle School eighth grader and trumpet player Jack Meyer recently received a $500 Suffolk County Music Educators Association (SCMEA) scholarship to go toward summer study. This …

Bellport Village, in cooperation with the environmental committee, is sponsoring a Ho-Hum Spring Cleanup at Ho-Hum Beach. Any village resident who would like to volunteer can participate. The ferry …

On Thursday, May 12, Suffolk County held a virtual meeting and public information session over Zoom regarding the plans for the new Smith Point Bridge, since several components of the project have …

On Monday, May 2, the Blue Point Civic Association had their May meeting at the Bayport Blue Point Library. Coming off the heels of their successful Blue Point Creek Defender Day on April 10 that …

A sure sign of spring is the myriad of car washes at the Geoghan Insurance building at 870 Montauk Highway. For over 25 years, the Geoghan family has humbly and happily served the community by …

An exciting new development for Bayport-Blue Point Youth Cheerleading is underway from coach Brittney Parrott. This will be the first year that youth cheerleaders will be able to participate in …

A Mt. Sinai-based developer is seeking permission to erect two new two-story, two-family homes with two attached garages each, in Patchogue at 243 and 247 West Avenue. The premises are currently …

On May 5, supervisor Ed Romaine, councilman Dan Panico and councilman Kevin LaValle were on hand at the Brookhaven Landfill’s Residential Drop Off to launch the Habitat for Humanity Donation …

Supervisor Ed Romaine has announced that Brookhaven Town has collected 360 pounds of pet food and supplies during the Long Island Cares 11th annual Legislative Pet Food Drive Challenge. This drive …

The North Patchogue Fire Department responded to a structure fire Monday at the apartments at 311 Robinson Avenue. The alarm came in just after 8 a.m. The first arriving chief on the scene was …

Journalist Linda Leuzzi was recognized last week at Bayport-Blue Point’s Library Board meeting for her detailed, continuing stories about the library’s plans to move from its former Blue …

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 …

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 …

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