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On Saturday, May 21, the Long Island Author’s Group held their first author presentation Saturday at the Islip Arts Council Gallery at the Westfield South Shore Mall in Bay Shore. The …

On Saturday, May 21, State Sen. Alexis Weik and State Sen. Phil Boyle held a Vietnam Veterans Commemoration event to honor veterans who served in the Vietnam War from 1955 to 1965. The event was held …

West Islip The West Islip UFSD has three board members whose terms are expiring on June 30, 2022. Current trustees Thomas Compitello and Peter McCann are seeking reelection. Thomas Compitello …

May 17 is election day for Board of Education Trustees as well as school budget votes. The Islip Bulletin has put together a guide to help readers understand what’s at stake in their …

The Islip Bulletin reached out to the individuals running for the Board of Education in Bay Shore, Islip, West Islip and East Islip. All candidates were invited to submit a biography and answer why …

Local businesses (under 500 employees) and not-for-profit organizations within the Town of Islip may be eligible for relief grants (i.e. no repayment) from the town of up to $5,000 in a new program …

According to a press release from the Office of Gov. Kathy Hochul, the recently approved state budget includes $31.5 billion in total school aid for the school year 2023. The investment represents a …

On Monday, April 10, Town of Islip supervisor Angie Carpenter addressed constituents from Islip Town Hall East in a live broadcast for her annual State of the Town address. A member of the …

Each year, Chabad of Islip Township distributes hundreds of pounds of shmurah matzah to the local Jewish community. With Ukraine being from the world’s largest suppliers of wheat, many …

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 …

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