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Voting for the Brightwaters election, in which three seats will be up for grabs, will take place at Brightwaters Village Hall from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on June 18. Two candidates are running for board of …

Last week, local volunteers and members of the Brightwaters Historical Society drove into New York City to drop off boxes of historical records with The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society …

As the Class of 2024 gets ready to toss up their caps, friends and family of the almost-graduates are getting ready to celebrate their monumental achievement. Consider gifting your graduate a special …

Two candidates are running for board of trustee seats, and one candidate is running for mayor in the upcoming Village of Brightwaters election. Brightwaters elections are always held on the …

H ome ownership has become somewhat of a pipe dream for first-time buyers. Home prices continue to soar and mortgage rates are still high. This combination leaves Long Islander’s left with …

Across the South Shore, our communities were united in solemn remembrance on Memorial Day as we reflected and appreciated the members of the Armed Forces—and their families—who made the …

It was impossible not to feel hopeful and inspired at Walker Beach in Brightwaters on Saturday, May 18, when over 600 people participated in 16th annual Sounds of Silence 5K Run/Walk and 10K Run. …

The first-ever Spring Thing Block Party was held by the Village of Brightwaters at the four corners on Sunday, May 19 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. While the village holds an annual block party in the …

With the Village of Brightwaters and Village Business Association hosting the first Spring Thing Block Party on Sunday, and the 16th annual Sounds of Silence Run/Walk being held at Walker Beach on …

Memorial Day, a federal holiday that falls on Monday, May 27 this year, is a somber day to honor those fallen heroes who died while serving our country. Many towns, villages, and organizations in the …

On Saturday, April 20, court officers from the 10th Judicial District, Suffolk County, volunteered at the annual Prom Impact drive hosted by the Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD). The SCPD …

On May 11, head to the Head of the Harbor in Brightwaters for the village’s 35th annual Mother’s Day Plant Sale! Beginning at 8 a.m. and ending when the bountiful inventory runs out, the …

On Saturday, May 4, the Village of Brightwaters will be promoting Pedestrian Safety Day throughout the Village. The theme for the event is “It’s Our Town, Slow Down.” …

On Monday, April 22, New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that for the FY 2025 budget, she would be increasing school aid by $1.3 billion to nearly $36 billion, including $24.9 billion in …

When East Islip resident Bea Huste-Petersen learned that her sons Jack and Eric had autism nearly 20 years ago, she did not know what to make of it. At the time, the developmental disorder was not as …

On April 8, a public hearing for the 2024 - 2025 Village of Brightwaters tentative budget concluded with the budget being approved with a vote of 3 to 1 during the board of trustees meeting. The …

With over 28,000 children in New York State diagnosed with autism and over 40,000 diagnosed with ADHD, the need for literature that addresses coping skills for students to maximize their learning in …

The Great South Bay will only be as healthy as the 50 creeks that flow into it. That is why Save the Great South Bay (STGSB) launched the Creek Defender Program, in which local Creek Defenders …

Since 1995, the Long Island Section of the NY Metro Chapter of the APA has awarded scholarships to new professional planners and students for attendance at the annual National APA Conference in …

Last Wednesday afternoon, prior to a game vs. Kellenberg, three St. John the Baptist baseball legends were honored in a pregame ceremony at Buddy Corr Field. Logan O’Hoppe (No. 6), John …

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