COVID-19
Op-ed: Want to beat COVID?
By Amy E. Loeb, EdD, MBA, RN, executive director at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead The vaccine rollout throughout New …
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Suffolk County, SBU to host virtual COVID-19 vaccine Q&A
Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Suffolk County Office of Minority Health and Stony Brook University Medicine may be able to …
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Town responds to CDC’s relaxed mask guidelines
Last week served as a sigh of relief for many of Islip Town’s roughly 329,600 residents after the Centers for Disease Control …
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East Islip News

Islip welcomes students back to the classroom

As students disembarked from the iconic yellow buses and family automobiles, they were welcomed back to school on Sep. 2 by Islip School District administration, faculty and staff to start the …

Inaugural grab-and-go Backpack Bash

Islip Town councilman Jim O’Connor, NYS assemblyman Jarett Gandolfo, The Anchor Church, along with local law enforcement agencies, fire rescue, public library and chamber of commerce, co-hosted …

This year’s rules of the school

On Tuesday, Aug. 24, the Islip Union Free School District held its monthly board of education meeting, during which new superintendent Dr. Dennis P. O’Hara presented a slideshow to the …
Islip Terrace News

Handwritten Torah completed

On Sunday, Aug. 15, a celebration was held for the completion of the Islip Community Torah. The Torah took over a year to write by hand by an expert scribe. The Torah helped bring the Islip community …

‘There will always be someone next in line to care for’

The last year at South Shore University Hospital has been a whirlwind of emotions and trauma. Nurses and frontline workers battled a worldwide pandemic, with very little time to stop and process …

Neighbors helping neighbors

On your next trip to pick up school supplies for the upcoming year, why not pick up a few extras for those in need? Here are some local school supply drives that are collecting much-needed items for …
Food & Drink
Newest grocery store opens in Islip
Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter and councilman James O’Connor attended the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for …
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Best barking coffee around
Otto, a just-over-1-year-old puppy, is the face of an exciting new brew company based in East Islip. Otto’s Coffee Shop is …
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Cooking with a Veteran
This is a great surprise one-pot-dish for people who love mac and cheese. I love to cook this in a coated cast iron so I can go from …
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Eat, drink and paddle
Burning calories while consuming them is now possible. No, this is not a dream. This is the reality at Paddle Pub, a pedal-powered …
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REVIEW: Music-themed Rock City Dogs brings the heat
A vegetarian walks into a hot dog joint... An awful one-liner, for sure, but in my instance it was a beyond (meat) pleasant …
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The spirit of Nashville comes downtown
Two summers ago, Bay Shore Restaurant Committee chairman Mike McElwee took a trip to the Music City, U.S.A. – also known as …
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West Islip News

Despite the wet weather conditions, students throughout the West Islip School District were all smiles as they entered their respective buildings for the start of the 2021-2022 school year on Sept. …

There were more residents than normal at the West Islip Board of Education meeting this past Thursday, Aug. 12, where most spoke out against mandatory mask-wearing in school this upcoming year. …
Islip Hamlet News

With summer vacation entering its final month, The Islip Bulletin asked readers to celebrate one last hurrah for the season with our August photo submission contest entitled, “Splashin’ …

In early June, an Islip resident who died in 1980 was honored with a memorial plaque at the Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base in Westhampton Beach. Larry Arnott, a member of the 106th …
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