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On Sept. 16, the Bureau of Ocean Management (BOEM), part of the Department of the Interior, held its first of three virtual meetings on the Sunrise Wind Scoping Project. BOEM is taking public …

PAC’s celebration of 2021: “Coming of Age” continues with the return of its outdoor arts gathering, “Arts on Terry” on Sunday, Sept. …

1. Trustee Sal Felice announced the continuation of paving projects with the inclusion of Pinehurst Drive and taking care of potholes. “That little street was paved for the first time in 100 …

Funds were presented to leaders of the agencies by local resident Frank Pomata in memory of his late mother, Palma A. Pomata, on Wednesday, Sept. 15, in the Lobby of the Patchogue Theatre for the …

From trolls online to cancel culture and censorship, free speech debates dominate headlines and fuel social media. Free speech is rarely understood and always fast-changing. This year’s Freedom …

On Sept. 15, the New York State Redistricting Commission released two separate sets of maps for debate, as the bipartisan commission could not come to an agreement on one set of maps. The final maps …

Bayport Blue Point schools superintendent, Dr. Timothy Hearney, sent out an email to parents this morning, Tuesday, September 21 expressing grief and support about the recent death of a ninth-grade …

This morning the FBI Tampa Twitter account stated:  "The #FBI is executing a court-authorized search warrant today at the Laundrie residence in North Port, FL relevant to the Gabrielle …

The deceased body of missing Blue Point woman, Gabby Petito was found during a search in Wyoming. North Port Police confirmed the identity of the body in a statement on Facebook that said, "We are …

Greybarn’s Patchogue proposed site plans were officially submitted to the Town of Brookhaven for East Main Street and Evergreen Avenue. The East Patchogue Rechler proposal is slated for …

The Patchogue Village Rider Avenue pickleball crew hosted their first annual tournament on Monday, Sept. 13. A total of 16 players participated with four alternates. Marilyn and Mike Lent ran the …

The Medford Volunteer Gardeners and St. Sylvester’s Knights of Columbus held a ceremony the Medford railroad station’s 9/11 memorial. The Medford ceremony was held at 3 p.m. on …

Twenty years after the 9/11 terror attacks rocked our nation and changed the world as we knew it, Patchogue Village dignitaries and residents came together for a memorial event.

Over 100 people filed in, filling two bleachers and sides, watching the podium where the William Floyd chorus, band, junior ROTC, members of the fire department, and guest speakers gathered to honor …

Bellport High School hosted a “Never Forget Sept. 11, 2001,” 20th anniversary remembrance in their Veteran’s Courtyard on Sept. 10. The ceremony included music and recounts of the …

On the evening of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Bellport residents, dignitaries, and first responders gathered at Osborn Park. Together, they paid tribute to the lives lost, and the lives …

The New York State Independent Redistricting Commission met virtually on Sept. 9 to discuss the helpfulness of public hearings as well as plan for their first in-person meeting on Sept. 15. Back …

The town board held its regularly scheduled meeting on the afternoon of Sept. 14. It was a quiet meeting, one without any public commentary. Still, a number of resolutions were passed, including a …

The sea turtle, especially as Kathleen J. Graves has portrayed it, communicates a silent, urgent message aiming straightaway to the viewer. It’s a benign and knowing look, but also a reminder …

Patchogue-Medford Youth & Community Services recently appointed Karen Drago as their new executive director. Drago has been working with children and families since 1996; she started her …

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