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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 …

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 …

Marie J. Schwarz (right), a psychiatric nurse practitioner who lives in Islip and maintains a private practice in Babylon Village, departed for Poland on March 25 to join other volunteers who are …

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 …

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. …

Breeze Airways today announced one-time service to Louisville, Ky., from Long Island MacArthur Airport for the Kentucky Derby. Horse racing enthusiasts can board a flight from Islip Thursday, May 5 …

On Sunday, March 20, the Island Symphony Orchestra and St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church will present the Bach Festival featuring the winners of the Lillian and Maurice Barbash J.S. Bach …

Last month, a woman was planning to celebrate her 25th wedding anniversary by wearing one of the spectacular gently used wedding dresses on display at the St. Mark’s bridal/evening wear salon. …

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. …

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 Saturday, Feb. 12, the Islip Arts Council hosted a reception at their gallery for seventh-grade art students from Candido Crespo’s class at Ralph G. Reed Middle School in Central Islip. …

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 …

All of the different occupations of Nikeya Burnett’s life have led her to what she does today: helping women feel their best. Burnett, the owner of Sereen Hair Studio in Islip, went to …

On Feb. 9, the town of Islip Planning Board met and heard applications for various sites in the Suffolk County News area. The board held a public hearing for an application from Bay-Islip …

The Islip Arts Council has a busy spring season planned as well as exhibitions currently up at the gallery, located inside the Westfield South Shore Mall by Dick’s Sporting Goods. Currently …

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 …

Residents should call 224-5600 to report snow-related issues.  Call 911 for police, fire and ambulance emergencies only.  To report a power outage or downed wires, call PSEG-LI …

To honor what would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday on Jan. 17, Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter, along with town councilmen Jorge Guadron and Jim O’Connor, announced that the …

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 …

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