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Believe it or not, spring is once again upon us and Easter events are taking place all over the island. The Islip Bulletin rounded up some of the best events taking place in the Islip area in the …

The Brightwaters Board of Trustees held a meeting on April 4, during which they held a public hearing on the 2022-23 preliminary budget as well as on repealing and replacing two local laws. The …

On Monday, March 7, the Brightwaters Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting, during which they held a public hearing regarding 225 Howells Road in the village. Currently, Brightwaters …

Despite the cold weather, on Saturday, March 12, the Bay Shore-Brightwaters St. Patrick’s Day parade went off without a hitch and plenty of smiles.

On Sunday, March 6, Crossfit Rapture and Operation VEST hosted a 4-mile run in Brightwaters to fight against veteran suicide. The run was part of the 4x4x48 challenge, a social media fitness …

On Tuesday, Feb. 23 the Village of Brightwaters Zoning Board of Appeals continued the public hearing from January 26 from an applicant seeking to construct a new self-storage facility at 225 South …

On Saturday, Feb. 12, a “Date Night, Paint Night” was held at Wohseepee Cabin in Brightwaters. Hosted by local artist Tom Finn, the event featured Valentine’s treats from Dulce de …

This past week the Islip Bulletin spoke to local leaders and groups about what they hope to accomplish this year. Robyn Silvestri and Save the Great South Bay Silvestri, the executive director …

On Jan. 27, a Family Paint Night was held at Wohseepee Cabin in Brightwaters. Tom Finn, a resident artist, ran the event with the help of Bay Shore art students. The next paint night will be on …

On Wednesday, Jan. 26, the Village of Brightwaters Zoning Board of Appeals held their monthly public hearing, where they considered an application for SAFStor Real Estate Co., LLC, the property …

A winter storm dropped more than 23 inches of snow on Long Island Friday night into Saturday, leaving local residents with a Sunday filled with digging out or playing in the snow. The National …

On Saturday, Jan. 22, Operation VEST hosted the inaugural 22 Degree Run and Plunge in Brightwaters. The 2.2-mile run/walk around the village was followed by a plunge into the water at Walker Beach. …

In the first meeting back in the New Year, the board of trustees voted to approve a resolution for a village revitalization fee. The fee will be on all new and/or substantially new interior …

Who is ready for 2022? But, before we enter the New Year, it’s a good time to look back at some of the stories that made it into our papers in 2021.

On Dec. 24, members of the Brightwaters community gathered outside the Brightwaters Deli for the 45-year tradition of singing Christmas carols together. The Brightwaters Deli served hot chocolate at …

On Dec. 12, the Village of Brightwaters lost one of its greatest champions when former mayor Joseph “Tony” McNulty passed away at the age of 86. Mayor McNulty’s tenure with the …

Continuing a tradition that many communities on Long Island celebrate, the Islip Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a “Light the Night” event on Christmas Eve. The tradition involves …

Looking for activities to ring in the New Year? Every town, from Patchogue to Oakdale, has you covered. Patchogue Midnight on Main The event will start at 7 p.m. on Main Street in Patchogue …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron recognized the newly installed chief of the department, Charles Chapman IV, at the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance’s 63rd annual Installation Dinner at the …

West Islip – Legislator Steven J. Flotteron recognized the newly installed Chief of the Department, Charles Chapman IV, at the Bay Shore Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance’s 63rd Annual …

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