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Celebrate women who have instilled change By Joan Crescitelli Women’s History Month is a time to recognize and celebrate women who have instilled change to make life better for others …

When Joe Marro first started his weight-loss journey in 2017, he went through a lot of ups and downs, and learned what practices worked for him and which ones didn’t click. Marro, who lost …

The Town of Islip Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs held its annual Sharpshooter Basketball competition for the first time since 2020, after a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19. …

After a hiatus due to the pandemic, local St. Patrick’s Day parades are back this year in full swing. Gary Teich, the president of the East Islip Community Chamber of Commerce, said the …

On Wednesday, Feb. 23, the Islip community mourned the loss of FDNY firefighter Jesse Gerhard. Gerhard, 33, died the day after battling a blaze in Far Rockaway. His wake was held at Frederick J. …

On Friday, Feb.11, 30-year-old Matt Lindblad of Islip received his second service dog, Boylan II, from Canine Companions. Lindblad had previously had a service dog when he was a child. Lindblad is …

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 …

In a fast-moving policy debacle determined and turned over by mandates, court filings, and appeals, schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties worked hard to keep up with the state of mask …

Each year, Islip High School is known to showcase spectacular productions on their stage. Their next show, “Broadway Bound,” is quickly approaching on February 16. As opposed to an …

The first snowstorm of the year came in on Friday, January 7 and gave some kids (and some adults an unexpected 3-day-weekend. While not everyone got a real snow day and had to learn distance, there …

The Town of Islip swore in a total of 6 cadet Peace Officers at a ceremony at Town Hall on Tuesday, January 4, marking the commencement of Town of Islip’s 5th Law Enforcement …

This past year, a new female-owned shop has opened its doors on Islip’s main street. Cosmic Dreams Apothecary is co-owned and operated by Gina Gentile and Amanda Burns, who both share a love …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore. This week, instead of visiting a location, she decided to explore the online archives of …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore. This week she decided to meet with members of the Historical Society of Islip Hamlet. This …

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.

Suffolk County Police arrested a teenager on Christmas day for driving while intoxicated after he struck two pedestrians, killing one and seriously injuring the other, police said in a press …

Votes for local fire district elections have been tallied after Islip Town residents voted on Tuesday, Dec. 14.  The candidate with the highest votes was elected fire commissioner. The candidate …

Led by David Morrison, retired LIRR branch line manager, on Dec. 6, the Islip train station held a tribute ceremony for Bernardino (Dino) F. Genchi. The small wood station was built on posts in 1867. …

Local fire districts throughout Islip Town will hold their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 14 this year. The candidate in each fire district with the highest votes will be elected fire …

On Dec. 2, the Town of Islip Planning Board held a meeting during which they discussed many items, including a town board application for a special permit for a fast-food restaurant in West Sayville. …

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