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Patchogue celebrates second annual Pride Parade

Patchogue held its second annual Pride Parade on Sunday, June 9. Main Street was filled with vibrant colors and joyous celebrations. Starting at noon, the parade ran from Route 112 westward …

In 2021, the Patchogue Fire Department’s 40 Thieves Drill team were calling it a comeback after a 14-year layoff. But just three years later, in 2024, the drill team, which has a rich and …

This month, June 28 through 30, the St. John’s Greek Festival will return for food, pastries, and Greek traditions. The event has been a mainstay annual event in Blue Point for over 40 years. …

Millions of people will watch the Paris Olympic Games, which start with the opening ceremonies on July 26. And a Patchogue-Medford High School graduate will play a major role in making sure …

Last week, Suffolk County Legis. Dominick Thorne (LD 7) was joined by fellow county officials and representatives of the fire, rescue and emergency services community to announce the passage of …

Patchogue’s Second annual Pride parade is scheduled for this Sunday, June 9 at noon. The parade will run down Main Street from Route 112 west towards Blue Point. Over 50 marching units are …

Get out your blue jeans and cowboy boots because Angels of Long Island is having a country-western hoedown fundraiser. The event is Thursday, June 6 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Simplay, 180 …

The LI-Re-Leaf Committee, a group of tree-oriented Cornell Cooperative Extension and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation employees who meet monthly to discuss local tree issues, …

The graduating Patchogue-Medford High School (PMHS) Class of 2024 celebrated their prom in spectacular fashion, as the Patchogue Village’s Main Street was transformed into a wonderful prom …

The Center Moriches Methodist Church will be hosting a dedication ceremony for the renovation of their 1800s cemetery. The event will be held on June 22 at 10 a.m. at the cemetery …

Colette Crean, 57, of Patchogue, died peacefully on Sunday, May 26, 2024, surrounded by her family. She was a loving wife of 30 years to Gerard James Crean, and mother to Anne (Elizabeth) …

Red, white, and blue lined Main Street in Patchogue as veterans’ groups, emergency vehicles, and community organizations marched in the village’s annual Memorial Day parade, followed by a …

hogue-Medford and William Floyd High Schools will be attending some of America’s top schools this year. Having placed in the top of their class, they are now headed to the Ivy Leagues. …

Bellport’s Playcrafters Theatre Company presents the comedic farce “The 39 Steps” for five performances starting Saturday, June 1. The play was adapted by Patrick Barlow from a …

Just over five years ago, the Patchogue-Medford varsity girls basketball team got a new coach, Leighann Gallagher, a former Pat-Med student-athlete who graduated in 2008. After playing for the …

Imagine if you could get a glimpse of what downtown Patchogue looked like 100 years ago? That’s what people got to see Saturday on a pair of tours organized by the Greater Patchogue …

The Patchogue Lioness Lions Foundation held its 20th annual Walk for a Guide Dog on Sunday morning and raised about $18,000. The money, which will be donated to the Guide Dog Foundation in …

Patchogue’s Hispanic community celebrated its culture and diversity on Sunday as crowds lined Main Street for the third annual Hispanic Cultural Heritage Parade. An estimated 3,000 people …

Tot Music transcends melody and song; it fosters a sense of community, nurtures cognitive development, and empowers parents to become their child’s first music teacher. Monica Moyers …

Not many 77-year-olds would be willing to embark on a 22-mile walk, and likely no one of any age could organize and participate in a 22-mile walk with as much vigor and enthusiasm as Roger Fonnest. …

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