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On Saturday, Nov. 26, the Historical Society of Bay Shore held their annual Snowflake Sale and winter open house at the Gibson-Mack-Holt House on Maple Avenue in Bay Shore. The house serves as the …

Started in 2010, as a campaign for American Express, Small Business Saturday is an important day for local retailers that reminds holiday shoppers to shop small and frequent mom-and-pop stores for …

Over the next few weeks, there will be a myriad of holiday events and activities to attend in the area. The Islip Bulletin has put together a list of some of the events to check out with the …

Begun back in 2010 as a campaign for American Express, Small Business Saturday is an important day for local retailers that reminds holiday shoppers to shop small and frequent mom-and-pop stores for …

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, Mama Earth Films producer, director, writer and creator William G. O’Connell and Long Island sports historian Andrew M. Slawson collaborated for eight weeks to present …

On Thursday, Nov. 17, the Bay Shore Historical Society hosted special guest Harrison Hunt, who gave a presentation about Long Island and the Civil War. Hunt, a retired history museum curator, taught …

Zoey and Hannah Dinatalie from Troops 222 and 10 handed out homemade “Thank you for your service” cards to each veteran at the Post. Each card had pictures drawn with American flags. The …

The Amvets Post 76, in cooperation with the American Legion Post 365, had a heartwarming commemoration held at the Bay Shore Memorial Park. Afterwards, there was a celebration at Amvets Post 76 to …

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect upon our blessings. It’s a time to remember what we have and what we’re thankful for. It’s also a time to remember those who are less fortunate. …

On Wednesday, Nov. 2, Teatro Yerbrabuja and Latina Moms Connect collaborated for a joint event to celebrate Dia de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead,” at Teatro Yerbabruja’s …

On Saturday, Sept. 24, the marquee on the outside of the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts Theatre collapsed. Thankfully, no one was injured. According to a statement released by YMCA …

On Sunday, Oct. 9, the Sagtikos Manor Historical Society hosted their annual fall festival and Mourning at the Manor. The event takes visitors back in time to different periods of Sagtikos Manor. The …

West Islip The Lions were defeated 22-17 by Bellport on Friday, Sept. 30. They are currently 3-1 on the season. West Islip’s next game will be Saturday, Oct. 8 at home against Lindenhurst. …

On Sunday, Oct. 2, singer Joe Volturo brought the spirit of “ol’ blue eyes” to the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library. The singer serenaded attendees with songs from throughout Frank …

After a brief move to Sayville, nonprofit Bravo Foxtrot has returned to Bay Shore. “It’s absolutely incredible to be back in Bay Shore,” said co-founder Matt Simoni. “Bay …

On Sunday, Oct. 2, St. Patrick’s R.C. Church in Bay Shore hosted the amazing “Divalicious” for a concert presented by the Islip Arts Council. Lynda Moran, the executive director …

East Islip The Redmen defeated Amityville 61-32 on Friday, Sept. 23. East Islip’s next game will be on Friday, Sept. 30 against Deer Park at 6 p.m. Bay Shore The Marauders lost their …

On Saturday, Sept. 24, Bay Shore High School celebrated their homecoming festivities. The day began with a parade from 5th Avenue to Clifton LaPlatney Field, along with a fanfest for visitors to …

High school football is back, and with it comes the timeless tradition of the homecoming game. The Islip Bulletin has put together a list of all of the homecoming games of local districts as well as …

High school football is back in full swing. Check out the scores of local districts to see how they fared this past week. West Islip The Lions won their first home game of the season, against …

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