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On Wednesday, Sept. 13, the Historical Society of Islip Hamlet will present “Islip’s Bay Heritage.”  A moderator will be coordinating a panel of lifelong Islipians who have …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone and Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter were joined by community leaders and elected officials in breaking ground on a long-awaited project that will connect …

Islip Town supervisor, Angie Carpenter and members of the town board were proud to recognize a group of Town of Islip Ocean Lifeguards who facilitated in the rescue of three beachgoers while on duty …

The Snapper Derby was   was held on Wednesday, Aug. 16 and was the biggest turnout to date! About 185 people signed up to fish with many spectators. The village also issued a special thanks …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron along with members of the Seatuck Environmental Association, (pictured L-R) Lisa D’Elia, Charlie Weiss, Maureen Dunn, Legis. Flotteron, Enrico Nardone and Alison …

Kids 8 to 16 years old have been learning water safety, lifesaving techniques, and how to use rescue equipment in Atlantique, Fire Island, in preparation for the New York State Level 1 Ocean …

The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) announced that it has submitted applications for more than $100 million in grant funding through the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act (WIIA). The New …

After the Suffolk County Legislature voted to recess, the Suffolk County Clean Water Plan will not appear on the 2023 general election ballot in November. The Long Island Advance took the …

Growing indoor plants has proven to have tremendous benefits: indoor plants have the power to boost moods, reduce stress, and add life to sterile spaces. However, many people were born without a …

Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers and New York State Police rescued a man who fell into the water after a car crash in West Islip during the early morning of Sunday, Aug. 6. Suffolk …

Proud member of the Brentwood High School Class of 2019, Ahmad Perez, has been appointed as the special assistant for implementation and climate justice at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). …

On the morning of Monday, July 31, there was a major hydraulic oil spill in the Four Corners area of Brightwaters Village. The spill stemmed from a Winters Brothers Garbage Truck. “The truck …

Clean water is elemental to the health, economy, recreation, and overall well-being of Long Island and its residents. Yet, on Tuesday, July 25, the Suffolk County Legislature failed to allow the …

Suffolk County Water Authority reminds residents to conserve water this summer as drought warnings are issued and water demand surges. Though we have been lucky lately with plenty of rain, …

A shark-bite victim who was transported to South Shore University Hospital (SSUH) earlier this month reunited with her doctors on Thursday, July 20. Lyudmila Emag, 47, of Brooklyn, was swimming …

The necessity of helping one’s neighbors and surrounding community is a foundational pillar of almost every religion. At St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, in West Bay Shore, the …

Save the Great South Bay began in 2013 when classmates returned to their Sayville High School reunion after years away.  The cool waters they clammed in their childhood had become a …

Dr. Chris Gobler, of Stony Brook University's Gobler Laboratory, met with Citizens Campaign for the Environment and the Nature Conservancy earlier today at Mascot Dock in Patchogue Village to debrief …

On Wednesday, July 12, the Parks Foundation of Islip Town broke ground on its first project—the Serenity Garden at Brookwood Hall, in East Islip. The Parks Foundation of Islip Town is an …

If you were to visit Walker Beach on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., you would be greeted by a gentle breeze, the sound of waves lapping on the shore, and a group practicing the meditative art of …

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