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Suffolk County Democratic Committee chairman Rich Schaffer recently celebrated two decades of service in 2020. During his time as chairman, he has seen over 275 candidates elected and more than …

Keep Islip Clean wants community members to ‘KIC’-off the new year with a donation to the not-for-profit group that keeps on giving. Founded in 1989, KIC is a nonprofit organization …

For the sake of public health awareness, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone confronted the public with a pledge in the form of a social media campaign to #TakeYourShot. “The arrival of …

County Legis. and presiding officer Rob Calarco is hoping that the newly amended county grant assistance program for installing residential Innovative and Alternative Onsite Wastewater Systems …

Islip Town’s at-large council election system will be converted into single-member districts following the outcome of federal lawsuit Flores v. Islip Town.The Town will be split into four …

South Shore University Hospital has joined the list of provider centers in New York State that have begun distributing the coronavirus vaccine. Emergency medicine resident at South Shore …

Registered voters in the West Islip School District will head to the polls Jan. 19 to cast their ballots proposed sale of the Masera property. On Sept. 10, the West Islip Board of Education approved a …

Currently in the rising action of the virus’ second wave, Suffolk County witnessed its highest positivity rate in a 24-hour period since May on Tuesday, Dec. 15. “While we don’t put too much …

West Islip residents on a Netflix holiday binge-watching spree should check out the second episode of “Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas" – since it practically takes place in …

Islip Town was glowing bright last year after residents lit up hundreds of luminaries for “Light the Night.” Despite the coronavirus pandemic, community groups are keeping up the …

Tiana Christoforidis and theatre arts go hand in hand, like tickets and the box office. At the mere age of 3, Christoforidis joined the Theatre Guild of the YM-YWHA in the Bronx. It was the …

Brightwaters businesses that fail to follow a new set of local guidelines could be hit with a $250 to $1,000 fine. On Dec. 7, Brightwaters Village trustees adopted a local law which creates a set …

The Islip Terrace Fire Department substation, located on the north side of Manhattan Boulevard, may be demolished and rebuilt following a decision made by the Islip Town Planning Board. Board …

Bay Shore residents driving down Main Street in December may have taken note of the towering toy soldiers that have stood in front of Drew Patrick Spa each holiday season. But few know the …

In an effort to diminish or eliminate the presence of certain chemicals in drinking water on Long Island, Suffolk County Water Authority plans to construct an additional 56 wells featuring the …

Suffolk County, town and village officials are staying vigilant as Winter Storm Gail begins to taper off Thursday afternoon. Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone said at a press conference Thursday …

First responders in Suffolk County now have access to six new, exclusive COVID-19 testing sites throughout the county. The sites – located in Brookhaven and Islip towns, among others – …

The New York Forward Loan Fund is an economic recovery program supporting NYS businesses, nonprofits and small residential landlords as they reopen after COVID-19. Each of the three are directed to …

A mix of snow, sleet and rain is expected to hit Suffolk County Wednesday afternoon for what Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has called a “major winter storm event.” Officials …

Bay Shore High School senior Richie Arnett has been recognized as an outstanding high school athlete by the United States Marine Corps. Last month, Arnett was selected as the winner of the …

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