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Drift 82 owners continue pitch to keep summer tent

Since the COVID-19 shutdown in 2020, many local businesses have been permitted to utilize outdoor space under temporary structures to offset the loss of indoor business and allow diners a safe space …

Earlier today there was an accident involving a food service truck that took down about four utility poles on Terry Street in Patchogue Village. The accident resulted in a downtown power outage to …

Patchogue-Medford girls varsity basketball has reveled in a valiant 2022-23 winter campaign. The Pat-Med Raiders of Suffolk Division II have heralded a splendid season, proclaiming an overall record …

A Congressional Medal of Honor recipient; one of Major League Baseball’s premier pitchers; a sitting U.S. ambassador; an international opera star; a celebrated civil-rights leader; the federal …

Earlier this week, on Tuesday, Jan. 24, the Village of Patchogue hosted New York Secretary of State Robert J. Rodriguez, among other politicians including county executive Steve Bellone, for a …

There is no better fit for the next Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce’s St. Patrick’s Day parade grand marshal spot than deacon Marty McIndoe. Not only does he take pride in his over …

The Village of Patchogue Department of Public Works superintendent Joseph Dean recently retired after 13 and a 1/2 years of service at 59 years old. In his place, the village has hired a former H2M …

Gateway shows at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts ended this year after blockbuster productions like “The Cher Show,” and “A Christmas Carol.”  Their …

This was the first Midnight on Main since the pandemic, and revelers weren’t letting the rain dampen their spirits, as they gathered to enjoy Patchogue Village’s ahead-of-its-time and …

From the whimsical to the adorable and the heartwarming, here are just a handful of the most iconic holiday snapshots submitted to the Long Island Advance. The outpouring of holiday photos was a …

When Patchogue Village mayor Paul Pontieri was asked about the projects tackled in 2022, his response was, “We’re creating an atmosphere of growth in the village.” Commenting on …

As you walk or drive past Main Street while holiday shopping, working, or enjoying the many festivities in the beautifully decorated Patchogue Village, you will notice a large menorah, which is …

After the Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees passed a resolution to award a $3.71 million BID for the work at Shorefront Park for the living shoreline as well as the Little Creek restoration, VHB …

After years of no Midnight on Main, Patchogue Village’s unique and the family-friendly ball rise at 9 p.m. on Main Street, is to make its comeback this New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31. Last …

The Patchogue Chamber of Commerce's Riverfront Committee, in conjunction with the Friends of the Patchogue River, hosted the 29th Annual Christmas Holiday Boat Parade and Preview Party on Saturday, …

Gallo began small, just like Patchogue Village itself did 20 years ago. One could say that Gallo and Patchogue Village both grew and prospered together from modest beginnings, with Gallo being one of …

There was plenty of candy and plenty of smiles while trick-or-treaters visited Main Street shops in Patchogue Village on Halloween, Monday, Oct. 31.

It has been a decade since the worst storm in recent memory hit Long Island. Superstorm Sandy, bringing high winds and harrowing storm surge, knocked out power and tested our collective resiliency. …

This Sunday, Oct. 23, starting at noon, Patchogue Village hosted its first annual Hispanic Heritage parade on Main Street. The parade, which was originally scheduled for Oct. 2 but was postponed due …

During the last Village of Patchogue board of trustees meeting held last week, the board voted to set a public hearing for Nov. 4 to amend section 365-23 of the Village Code to specify application …

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