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Goals for Brightwaters in 2020

In terms of projects, the Village of Brightwaters has set its primary focus on addressing the invasive plant species in Upper Cascade Lake, as well as the two bridges over the various lakes, which …

Chabad of Islip Township will host Hanukkah on Main Street at the head of the Brightwaters Canal on Sunday, Dec. 22 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. And for the first time on Long Island, the menorah for the …

The holiday season has already begun, and some holiday-themed events in Islip Bulletin’s coverage area come around before November ends. There are several in December, too. Check out which ones …

Talks of possibly rezoning the area to business-residential emerge at board meeting

Over a dozen garbed in witch attire paddled down the Brightwaters Canal last weekend.

The event also includes a Halloween costume contest at the Brightwaters Inn.

Incidents were reported between 8 and 8:30 p.m.

The village is looking for local businesses and vendors to sponsor the event

It’s been 30 since the revival of the historic swim meet across the Great South Bay. Read about this year’s event here.

Volunteers have been busy transforming the worn out community spot ahead of the summer season.

A local author is scheduled to discuss the inspiration and research of her first book, “Shipwreck of Hopes,” throughout the coming week. Her work at the Fire Island Lighthouse exposed her to the wreck of the Elizabeth off Fire Island in 1850.

Author Chris Verga explains his new book regarding what might have happened to the barrier beach.

On Tuesday April 2, head on out to your local library to vote on budgets and trustees. Read the details here.

Three sisters from Bay Shore will lead the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 9.

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