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Community members have joined together to honor the triumph of one young woman gone too soon. Erika J. Macrelli, 22, died on Dec. 22, 2020 of fibrolamellar hepatocellular carcinoma, a rare …

Skate parks in Islip Town are few and far between.Avid skateboarder Jackson Doring, of Islip hamlet, knows the feeling.Twelve-year-old Jackson has grown used to the 16-mile trek from his Islip home …

If you can’t take the heat – move the kitchen to a suburban street in Bay Shore! Three Bay Shore families went head- to-head in the latest episode of Food Network’s …

Question: Are more apartment units coming to Bay Shore? Answer: Possibly – and the latest proposed complex is intended for South Shore University Hospital employees. An application …

Despite the many challenges of the pandemic, Islip Town and airport officials improved infrastructure, customer development and more at Long Island MacArthur Airport last year. “We …

Last Wednesday, as Democrat Presi- dent Joe Biden was being sworn in, newly elected congressman Andrew Garbarino (R-Bay- COUNTY port) watched the proceedings on seats spaced across the West …

Do you practice sustainable gardening methods? Habitat restoration, stormwater man- agement and local stewardship are all part of a “green” lawn. Save the Great South Bay also …

Suffolk County has received over $7.5 million in federal rental assistance designed to assist residents who are struggling financially as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, county officials …

Student athletes participating in sports deemed “high risk” can return to the field Feb. 1 under new guidelines established by the Suffolk County Health Department, county officials announced …

Through a new online web group, East Islip residents have joined together to promote positivity in the community. Earlier this month, East Islip resident Pat Blair created the Facebook page …

As New York State rapidly approaches the milestone of distributing one million COVID-19 vaccines, one question has come to the forefront: “When can I receive the vaccine?” In the first …

Islip Town officials have been making changes to ensure that homebound seniors continue to receive meals amid the pandemic — and the efforts continue with a refrigerated van. Last week, town …

Suffolk County residents that are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine are expected to face some delays when finding an appointment this month.Community members who fall into Phase 1A and 1B criteria …

An overwhelming majority of West Islip residents have voted to reject the roughly $9.5 million sale of the Masera property from the West Islip School District to Farmingdale-based Terwilliger & …

As New York State rapidly approaches the milestone of distributing one million COVID-19 vaccines, one question has come to the forefront: “When can I get the vaccine?” In the first …

The Islip Town Board of Ethics is in communications with councilwoman Trish Bergin to ensure that she is compliant with town ethics code regarding an East Islip property that she was responsible for …

Roughly two years ago, longtime Keep Islip Clean volunteer William Raftery was preparing for a local KIC cleanup event when he stumbled upon a concerning scene. Typically, the East Islip resident …

When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit in 2020, health care workers across the globe were struck with a wave of newfound anxiety – including those at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in …

Just one year ago, Islip Town officials gathered and tentatively planned the goals for 2020 – but they never anticipated a global pandemic would stand in their way, town supervisor Angie …

With over 30 years in Brightwaters Village, mayor John Valdini knows what needs fixing. With a background in construction, he knows how to get it done. A series of upgrades are coming to …

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