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The Suffolk County Department of Public Works will be hosting a public meeting scheduled for May 12 via ZOOM. The informational meeting will be to discuss an update on the replacement of the Smith …

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 his sixth term as …

The Village of Patchogue Friday Senior Social Club recently celebrated their April birthdays, including Nancy Basile who turned 102. They celebrated at Patchogue Parks & Recreation. Pictured left …

By 10 a.m. the Main Street sidewalk traffic jam had converged happily in front of the Good Morning Bellport pop up, a teaser for their official opening on Saturday, May 7. Friend Robbie Zweig stopped …

Sadly, there is no denying that tragedy has struck our community with multiple youth suicides, the latest victim to succumb an elementary-school child. Handling mental health issues is …

What’s more romantic than flowers? Restocking an entire lake with native fish for your wife, who loves to fish. “We bought this house because the lake was nice and we were able to …

It’s three days and counting for the Patchogue Village Business Improvement District’s farmers’ market, which will make its seventh-season return on Sunday, May 1. The …

It’s not a shock to anyone that the Long Island real estate market is the highest and most competitive it’s ever been. Still facing the repercussions of a pandemic, rent and sale prices …

Beers in hand, about 50 Long Islanders soaked in a presentation regarding the offshore wind farms on tap to combat climate change. Various labor groups and environmental activists hosted their …

The Bellport varsity football team recently celebrated the Suffolk County Division II champions with their awards ceremony at Sunset Harbor. Bellport varsity football played two seasons in 2021 due …

The concrete steps leading to spiritual nourishment were completed at Grace A.M.E. Zion Church last week. The long-awaited wooden ramp to facilitate those with aching knees comes next. …

Outstanding color and whimsy sculptures along with beautifully rendered grid canvasses raised plenty of endorphins last Saturday at Marquee Projects Inc.’s artist reception for Fukuko Harris …

The street fest has not been able to take place since 2019 due to multiple COVID-19 cancellations. A virtual Alive After Five was broadcasted live from the Patchogue Theatre in 2020, and the Greater …

The Brookhaven Coalition of Chambers of Commerce annual awards dinner was held on April 26 at the Meadow Club in Port Jefferson Station. A total of 16 chambers of commerce located in the Town of …

On Saturday, April 16, four possible candidates for the four open board of education seats at Bayport-Blue Point School District set out to collect signatures from the community, setting up a post at …

A book titled “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” by nonbinary author Maia Kobabe, has come under fire in the Connetquot School District with parents asking administration to take the book out of …

On Monday, Alexis Weik accepted the Republican and Conservative Party nominations for New York’s 4th State Senate District. Republican Phil Boyle, who announced he will not be seeking …

The redistricting fight in New York continues after a judge from upstate New York threw out the Democrat-created maps and passed congressional and legislative maps deeming them illegal because they …

For the sixth year in a row, Eva Casale will complete another meaningful journey.  Using her talent to run long distances and capitalizing on her physical and mental focus to run a minimum of …

On beaches and in parks, green spaces and backyards across Long Island—and around the world—countless friends and neighbors came together last week to mark the annual Spring celebration …

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