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What has been lost is now found. For years, the 800-pound bronze Mt. Carmel church bell sat in a Patchogue garage, unknown to the members of the community and church. But it found no better a …

Local residents Jen Brady Cotter and John Baum launched the Patchogue Peace Project in 2020 to “initiate and support educational advocacy and collaborative efforts that foster a culture of …

Brookhaven hamlet resident and celebrity photographer Marc Baptiste had his exhibit at Pamela Lerner Home & Design. Over 130 friends and residents poured into Lerner’s store to greet …

At the Aug. 26 Brookhaven Town meeting, the town board gave a status update for $55 million in federal funding the town is slated to receive or has already received, as per the American Rescue Plan …

Over the summer, many beaches on Fire Island have closed temporarily due to shark sightings close to shore. The sharks are drawn in due to massive schools of bunker, or menhaden, that gather. …

In 2017, the New York State Legislature spent $200 million to create the Empire State Trail – a 750-mile multi-use trail across the state, making it the largest multi-use trail in the …

Longtime Patchogue resident Jean Aragona-Korosh celebrated her 102nd birthday at Village Walk Senior Living in Patchogue.  “You may have seen Jean in the Advance the last few …

There’s no denying the wow factor inside Stage Door School of Dance. The lobby area has a cutting-edge Manhattan feel with its glam Art Deco parents’ sitting area, brown velvet couch, …

The passionate, joyful, defiant dancing, singing and skillful storytelling in Disney’s “Newsies: The Broadway Musical,” Gateway’s third seasonal launch, this time at Patchogue …

Nicky Hilton Rothschild and her husband, James Rothschild, opened their Brookhaven home to the Boys & Girls Club of Bellport for its annual Beach Ball affair. Eventgoers sipped on wine, ate …

Anne Devine is a former teacher turned realtor who has found a passion in painting in her semi-retirement years. Recently, she was tasked to create mini art for display in the Patchogue Arts …

As the debate over universal masking hit a fever pitch in early and mid-August, with school board meetings across Suffolk County preparing for significant community participation both for and against …

When we think of Labor Day, most of us think of barbecues, picnics, and the beginning of a new school year. However, Labor Day is about more than just savoring the last few days of summer. Labor Day …

Every year, for over 20 years, the Patchogue-Medford Congress of Teachers and Lions Club of Patchogue donate school supplies to the Patchogue-Medford School District.  These supplies are …

With a 10-0 record and boasting four knockouts, Alex “El Toro” Vargas, of Bellport, is a formidable contender hoping to earn a national title in his flourishing boxing career. This …

Young anglers took to Mascot Dock this past Saturday for the 37th annual Snapper Derby, hosted by the Village of Patchogue and sponsored by J&J Bait and Tackle. Winners from three categories were …

Following an additional pedestrian count conducted by the Suffolk County Department of Public Works at the intersection of Middle Road and Corey Avenue in Blue Point, it was determined that …

The passionate, joyful, defiant dancing, singing and skillful story telling in “Disney Newsies, The Broadway Musical,” Gateway’s third seasonal launch, this time at Patchogue …

The local school districts, including Patchogue-Medford, South Country and William Floyd, are up in the air when it comes to requiring masks in school. All the while, COVID numbers from the Delta …

The kitchen at The Mama Farm Bed & Breakfast is… big. “You can’t make a profit on a farm these days unless you have infrastructure,” explained Elettra Wiedemann of the …

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