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Officials from Ecuador’s consulate in New York City visited Patchogue recently to assist area residents from Ecuador with obtaining passports and other documents from their home country. More …

The Promenade to the Arts archway was officially installed in the Roe Walkway, between Stanley’s and Toast and behind Main Street in Patchogue Village this past December. “The arch is aptly …

The Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees voted to enter into Phase 2 of their energy-saving projects with Johnson Controls, earlier this month. The second phase will include another solar array …

Ten years in business means a lot of meatballs served and a lot of happy customers for That Meetball Place. The popular downtown restaurant and bar celebrated its 10th anniversary on Jan. 25. …

After Fame and Rebel, a Main Street women’s clothing store, announced their closure at 89 East Main Street in Patchogue Village, earlier this month citing concerns, a discussion about Main …

Last week, the Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees voted on the rezoning of Lake Street, following a prior public hearing held last year. The original proposal was to rezone the north side of …

Early on Jan. 10, a nor’easter brought in severe rain and strong winds, causing major flooding. Since then, Brookhaven Town supervisor Daniel J. Panico declared a state of emergency effective …

Louis L. Giordano, of Medford, died on Dec. 11, 2023, at the age of 77. Services were held in December at St. Joseph the Worker R.C. Church in East Patchogue, and he was buried at the Calverton …

Aspects of loneliness can be unexpectedly transformative. So says Congregational Church of Patchogue pastor Dwight Lee Wolter. Besides his recent book about the subject, “The Gospel of …

On Saturday, Jan. 13, the Patchogue Arts Council debuted their new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Terry Street, “A Tapestry of Contemporary African Art.” The exhibit …

The turn from one year to the next marks a special time in which people celebrate the past year and welcome what is to come—and those that attended Midnight on Main got to celebrate twice. At …

If you walk along South Ocean Avenue most mornings, you’ll see a guy wearing a neon safety vest picking up litter, alongside his golden retriever, who also wears a neon safety vest. Meet …

These Patchogue shakers and movers shared insightful and humorous comments about their   intentions for 2024. Here they are. Patchogue mayor Paul Pontieri “It’s more goals …

The Cousins Annette Guarino wants to spend 2024 relaxing and ensuring she doesn’t stress out over insignificant things. Loretta MacDonald joked that her cousin stole her resolution and …

In an effort to minimize the number of street closures, this year, the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce has obtained Village of Patchogue approval to host their annual Family Fun Winter …

Arts and culture not only make Long Island a good place to live; they also contribute to Long Island’s economy. That’s the message from a new study released by Americans for the …

NYS Sen. Dean Murray presented David Kennedy, executive director of the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, with the New York State Senate Empire Award.   The senator was joined by the …

Members of the public got a chance to sound off before the Patchogue Village Planning Board on Dec. 19 on a developer’s plans to build 262 apartments on the west side of Main Street. The …

Out with the old and in with the new; let’s all say goodbye to 2023. Now is a better time than ever to review the last 12 months. Here is to good health and prosperity in 2024! …

Loneliness is a common theme in popular culture. It’s a staple of songs like Roy Orbison’s “Only the Lonely” or Eric Carmen’s 1975 hit “All By Myself.” …

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