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More than one person connected to Tellers steakhouse in downtown Islip has contracted COVID-19, Suffolk County health officials announced Nov. 25. Suffolk County Department of Health Services …

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in food insecurity for millions of Americans. And that number includes Islip Town residents: Islip Rotary member Karen Sobel said the number of food-insecure …

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and Islip Rotary are rounding out 2020 with their fifth monthly food drive on Dec. 5.From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., community members can drop off their nonperishable food …

Five gifted string players will vie for a $5,000 prize at the second annual Lillian and Maurice Barbash J.S. Bach Competition Tuesday, Dec. 1. Each finalist will perform a work composed by J.S. …

A site plan application that came before the Islip Town Planning Board Nov. 12 via Zoom resulted in some confusion from board members and residents after the in-meeting presentation differed from the …

Most kids and teenagers wouldn’t enjoy getting up before 8 a.m. on a Sunday – let alone waking up to do community service. But that doesn’t apply to East Islip Union Free School …

The coronavirus pandemic has left millions of families without stable employment. According to nonprofit food charity Feeding America, more than 54 million people – including 18 million …

All good things must come to an end – as is true with the tenure of longtime Islip Union Free School District superintendent Ellen Semel. Semel, who has been with the district for nearly 15 …

Suffolk County police arrested three men on drugs and weapons charges after they fled police and drove a vehicle through a brick memorial in Islip Terrace Oct. 12. At approximately 3 p.m., county …

Four longtime friends from Islip Town are using their community ties and background in bartending to pursue their latest passion project. The historic property at 528 Main Street in Islip – …

Islip community members are banding together to assist one Islip resident who is fighting for her life. Kimberly Calcagno, a single mother of three, was recently diagnosed withneuroendocrine …

On Sept.30, Islip resident Lori Zegel, the owner of Nook & Cranny gift shop on the corner of Main Street and GrantAvenue, will close her shop’s door for the very last time. It is another …

Bringing some beauty and fun to the pandemic, Mondays at Racine, a nonprofit establishment that organizes with salons, spas, and other wellness providers to bring services to women and men with …

Liz Mayott served as the president of Islip Rotary Club through this past June, and she raised over $9,000 through the COVID-19 months. “I raised $9,000 and [a] little change just in the …

Islip Schools held their grad- uation ceremonies last Friday and Saturday, breaking the Class of 2020 into four sections within parameters of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mandate regarding …

The restaurant bordering the Islip Town Hall parking lot to the east had never offered outdoor seating. But when Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state announced that the restriction to the restaurant …

Libraries are one of the many gathering locations closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now as New York moves through its reopening phases, libraries, too, are taking steps to …

About 100 protestors gathered on Main Street outside Islip Town Hall West on Tuesday, June 9, as part of the Black Lives Matter movement. The afternoon event fea- tured speakers from the …

Passion Week is upon us, and services leading into and on Easter Sunday are available at local churches online, whether on Zoom, Facebook Live or YouTube. The web addresses for all services on …

The Suffolk County American Legion Auxiliary acknowledged its century mark on Saturday at the Rusy-Bohm Post 411 American Legion Hall on Nassau Avenue, right behind Islip Town Hall. “In …

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