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In the last few years, the price of providing emergency services has skyrocketed. According to a FOIL request letter obtained by the Islip Bulletin in February 2019, Town of Islip supervisor …

On Tuesday, Aug. 24, the Islip Union Free School District held its monthly board of education meeting, during which new superintendent Dr. Dennis P. O’Hara presented a slideshow to the …

On Sunday, Aug. 29, Community Exchange of Central Islip hosted a free event that featured food, clothes and school supplies for anyone who needed them. Pictured from left to right are volunteers Kim …

Neither the Aug. 10 Town of Islip Board Meeting or the Aug. 12 Change of Zone meeting provided microphones for community speakers.In addition, seating was limited in the meeting space to allow for …

On your next trip to pick up school supplies for the upcoming year, why not pick up a few extras for those in need? Here are some local school supply drives that are collecting much-needed items for …

The last year at South Shore University Hospital has been a whirlwind of emotions and trauma. Nurses and frontline workers battled a worldwide pandemic, with very little time to stop and process …

On Sunday, Aug. 15, a celebration was held for the completion of the Islip Community Torah. The Torah took over a year to write by hand by an expert scribe. The Torah helped bring the Islip community …

With summer vacation entering its final month, The Islip Bulletin asked readers to celebrate one last hurrah for the season with our August photo submission contest entitled, “Splashin’ …

At the Town of Islip Board Meeting on Aug. 10, the board voted to opt out of legal sale of cannabis products, reserving the right to opt in at a later date. A spokesperson for the town said, …

Gavin Connell, 12, of Islip, qualified for the Junior Gold Championship Bowling Tournament in Indianapolis in July.He came in 45th out of 196 boys in his age division. Over 3,000 youth bowlers …

This past weekend, the Seatuck Environmental Association’s Half Shells for Habitat hosted a Shellapaloosa event, which included a Zoom discussion titled “Restaurants to Restoration: The …

In early June, an Islip resident who died in 1980 was honored with a memorial plaque at the Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base in Westhampton Beach. Larry Arnott, a member of the 106th …

On July 22, Islip supervisor Angie Carpenter was joined by Sen. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand to announce that Long Island MacArthur Airport will receive $8.4 million in airport capital …

On Tuesday, July 27, the Islip Chamber of Commerce hosted Tradewinds on Main, a fun event for the whole family. The band Tradewinds played a great mix of classics and contemporary songs to pump up …

On Saturday, July 24, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Islip held an outdoor food drive to benefit God’s Provisions, an affiliate of Long Island Cares-The Harry Chapin Food Bank. According …

Gia Sciara did not grow up a “pageant girl.” The 20-year-old senior at the Fashion Institute of Technology had “no doubt in her mind” she wanted to go into business, after …

The Town of Islip Youth Bureau annual School Supply Drive is currently underway, and help is needed to ensure each child in the town has the tools needed for a successful upcoming school …

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rabbi Shimon Stillerman wanted to give the Islip community something to look forward to. “We’re usually a community that has a lot of …

Joe Nolan grew up in Islip on Bertram Street in a family known for its political aspirations: Philip J. Nolan, the patriarch, was involved with local politics; his son, Phil Nolan, among the six …

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