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Long Island has over 95,000 veterans, and more than 24,000 of them are disabled. For them, tasks like grocery shopping and cooking are much more challenging, especially since the start of the …

As a resident of Patchogue for over 20 years, Dennis Ross plans on seeking a full-term seat on the Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees as the only opponent running against the incumbents in the …

Patchogue elections are March 15 By Nicole Fuentes Trustees up for reelection for another four-year term include Joseph Keyes and Susan Brinkman. Also, recently appointed trustees Lizbeth …

For the first time since 2019, the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Main Street on March 20 at noon. As part of the Irish …

The South Country Central School District is proposing a budget with a levy increase anywhere from 2.29 percent to 7.76 percent. The lowest 2.29 percent increase would cause an over $4 million gap in …

As part of the overall revamp and creation of a downtown commercial garbage district in the Village of Patchogue, a particular dumpster site located in the Terry Street parking lot was relocated …

The pickleball courts at the Rider Avenue Four Sisters Park are heavily used. Though they haven’t been redone since the ‘50s when the park was originally dedicated, deputy mayor Jack …

Patchogue arts powerhouse Tracy Todd Hunter curated a well-attended art show on Saturday, Feb. 19 that had premier players in the community’s political and social spheres sitting front-row …

A disturbing string of incidents occurred last month at an apartment building on Rider Avenue in Patchogue. A 66-year-old man, who is a resident in the building, was arrested multiple times in …

“I don’t want Black art to be limited to February, and to do that, we need to celebrate all people and their interconnectedness,” said Tracy Todd Hunter, the curator of Colors …

Super Bowl Sunday morning was ice-cold for those who gathered in Sandspit Marina parking lot for the Young Professionals annual Patchogue Plunge into the freezing waters. Some came in layers. Some …

This year’s P.S. I Love You Day is scheduled for Feb. 11, and the South Ocean Wellness Club is striving to “paint the town purple” to show the community is a safe and supportive …

The Village of Patchogue Community Development Agency hosted their annual public hearing meeting last week, on Thursday, Feb. 3, seeking input for block grant funding. The only speaker during the …

Trustees up for reelection for another four-year term include Joseph Keyes and Susan Brinkman. Also, recently appointed trustees Lizbeth Carrillo and Patrick McHeffey will be seeking a two-year and …

In October, a mother and daughter crossing Route 112 were hit by a car; the 2-year-old girl died. Another pedestrian was hit just a few weeks later and remained in a coma. The Village of Patchogue …

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2019, 6,205 pedestrians were killed and an estimated 76,000 pedestrians were injured nationwide. Everyone is at some point a …

For the first time since 2019, the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Main Street on March 20 at noon. As part of the Irish …

Anthony Rodia won’t be doing his hilarious Italian characters. But he will be hilariously funny. Rodia, who crafted his current blockbuster career via social media savvy and stand-up …

Below are some compiled goals from the Pontieri administration for the new year: MAYOR PAUL PONTIERI AND VILLAGE ATTORNEY BRIAN EGAN  1.) South Patchogue Sewer Project: Funded by Gov. …

The Patchogue Young Professionals are bringing back the Patchogue Polar Plunge in 2022. Their second annual plunge will happen on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 13.  The event will also feature a …

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