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PeraBell Food Bar, one of downtown Patchogue’s longest-running restaurants, has closed after 17 years. The restaurant’s last day was Aug. 12. Co-owner John Peragine discussed the closing …

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts announces the appointment of new board members Linda Ingrisano and Dan Kellachan.  Ingrisano has over 25 years of …

Suffolk County Police today arrested a second man for assaulting and harassing a same-sex couple in Patchogue on May 14. Following an investigation, Hate Crimes Unit detectives charged Thomas Gair …

The circus came to downtown Patchogue on Friday with plate spinners, hula hoopers, and stilt walkers from the National Circus Project entertaining the crowds along East Main Street. There were …

After thousands of hours, Patchogue Village’s Shorefront Park living shoreline project is finally complete. The project officially celebrated its unveiling just in time for the summer and the …

The Sixth District Court lot renovations started on June 19. The project, located behind the courthouse at 150 West Main Street in Patchogue Village, according to mayor Paul Pontieri, was expected to …

This past weekend, people from all over Long Island came together to embrace a shared love that unites us all: music. From July 20 to 23, The Great South Bay Music Festival rocked Shorefront Park in …

Northeast Stage will give a free performance of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” in Patchogue’s Shorefront Park on Aug. 3, as part of the theater company’s …

Tired of binge-watching home makeover shows on TV? Take a break and rediscover the joys of watching a classic film on the big screen when Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center in Patchogue …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce joined with local officials and fellow chamber members to celebrate the opening of #YAAAS TEA, on South Ocean Avenue in downtown Patchogue. Those joining …

A new business in downtown Patchogue is looking to become a go-to place for filming movies, TV shows, and commercials on Long Island. Walk into Underworld Productions’ unassuming …

Long Island’s largest and longest-running four-day music festival will return this summer celebrating its 15th anniversary, presented by Island Federal and sponsored by Voodoo Ranger, on July …

Green thumbs were on display on Saturday when the Patchogue Garden Club held its 21st annual Garden Tour. This year’s tour featured a variety of backyard flower gardens and vegetable …

The Patchogue Lions Club’s Fourth of July parade is one of the highlights of summer for Patchogue residents, and Tuesday’s parade didn’t disappoint. Even the weather …

During the Monday, June 26 Village of Patchogue Board of Trustee’s Meeting, trustee Patrick McHeffey announced his departure from the board. McHeffey said he has decided to step down after …

The Congregational Church of Patchogue is known for helping the community. The congregation, which dates back 233 years, operates a weekly soup kitchen and food pantry. It hosted a COVID-19 …

Local elementary school teacher Christine Brennen-Chanowsky has been teaching for 30 years, but like many others throughout the pandemic, she started looking for something to do at home to help ease …

During the Monday, June 26 Village of Patchogue board of trustee’s meeting, trustee Patrick McHeffey announced his departure from the board. McHeffey said he has decided to step down after …

The Patchogue Lions Club returns to host their ever-popular Main Street Fourth of July parade in the Village of Patchogue. This year’s theme is “Let Freedom Soar This Fourth of …

Abie Siegel was loved by his community; that sentiment is not only made true by the over 40 people who attended his midday graveside ceremony last week, but also by the countless lives he touched …

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