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Fall Fest a foodie fav’ with Chili & Chowder Contest

Main Street was sans motor vehicles this past Saturday as the chamber of commerce helped ring in the pumpkin-spiced season with its eighth annual Fall Festival. Eventgoers were invited to participate …

Trick-or-treat. But make sure your Halloween candy wrappers get to the garbage—and not the side of the road. The Protecting the Environment in Patchogue (PEP) Committee hosted its Spooky …

Last week, the Village of Patchogue Planning Board approved an application for Jardin Café to replace the former NOLE café located at 90 East Main Street. The application included …

2021 programming was a great succsess. It was their goal to expand the program and include a dozen stops on the MoCA LIghts 2021 tour that weaved through Main Street and the official Arts District of …

Over the past several months, Patchogue Village trustee Joseph Keyes has noticed what he can only describe as “maniacs.” That is an increase in noticeably speeding drivers through the …

Cemeteries offer a unique view into the way the world once was: how long people lived, how they died, and how they were buried. Inspired by New York State’s “Path Through …

In accordance with the Marijuana Taxation Act, the Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees voted to opt out of both the allowing of retail cannabis dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption …

After a year and a half on hiatus, the village’s beloved Breakfast Crawl, now in its 10th year, is back and aptly themed, “The Comeback Crawl.” The morning meal mixer, held this …

The moratorium on bars and restaurants set by the Village of Patchogue in January of last year, never really went into effect. The pandemic and shutdown, mayor Paul Pontieri said, really created the …

“He had been an anchor to this town during the worst and the best of times,” said Patchogue mayor Paul Pontieri of the loss of Ralph Zegel. “His loss is a loss for his family, …

On a beautiful warm fall day in the Village of Patchogue, the warmth enveloped and emanated from the hearts of the many that came from near and far to pay homage and show their appreciation and …

The Village of Patchogue launched their new website on Tuesday after a nearly eight-month-long process to build it. Trustee Susan Brinkman and other officials noticed the inaccessibility of their …

The villages of Patchogue and Bellport are gearing up for a monthlong celebration of fall, starting with scarecrow-building contests this weekend. If you seek crisp air, pumpkins and decorating, look …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce’s semi-annual Breakfast Crawl will benefit Veterans Memorial Park with a “Rocky” theme as the Comeback Crawl. This year, unfortunately, …

The third annual Hispanic Heritage Festival was held at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts on Friday, Sept. 17. The extravaganza was packed with a full house, with many of the sponsors …

On a recent Saturday afternoon, Seton Hall’s Class of 1960 boarded the Barefoot Princess, a riverboat docked in back of the Harbor Crab, for their “last hurrah”: a 60-year high …

Saturday’s St. Liberata Festival was a feast, featuring al fresco dining, food trucks and brown bags of piping-hot zeppoles, dripping in oil and powdered-sugary goodness. The event, which shut …

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 …

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 …

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