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The lot at the southwest corner of Hawthorne Avenue and Champlin Avenue in East Islip may be transformed into senior townhomes in the near future. The Islip Town Planning …

Three 15-year-old teens set out on a bike ride down Purick Street in Bayport on Saturday, Sept.12. Little did they know, they’d later be credited by Islip Town officials for saving the life …

With more recent news of a country club and a homeowner significantly violating the social-distancing mandates put in place by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone explained that …

A national initiative to plant more oysters in local waters as a water-quality remedy as well as helping oyster farmers financially is about to launch on Long Island. The Nature Conservancy and …

No official results have been posted as of Wednesday morning, but the unofficial Board of Elections polls indicate a fairly red election year. “There’s about about 140,00 to 150,000 …

Suffolk County Democrats on the South Shore will likely experience a harrowing loss in this year’s election after several near defeats in the polls as of Wednesday morning. However, Suffolk …

Witches riding broomsticks? That was so two years ago. The second annual Witches Paddle in the Brightwaters Canal took place on Halloween Saturday, Oct. 31. Paddlers from Bay Shore, Brightwaters …

The coronavirus pandemic has left millions of families without stable employment. According to nonprofit food charity Feeding America, more than 54 million people – including 18 million …

All good things must come to an end – as is true with the tenure of longtime Islip Union Free School District superintendent Ellen Semel. Semel, who has been with the district for nearly 15 …

Local artist Kevin McEvoy first met the subject of his realistic oil painting inside Cyrus: Chai & Coffee Company in Bay Shore. An Islip resident, McEvoy occasionally grabbed a coffee at the …

West Islip High School welcomed a new assistant principal earlier this year. Kristin Kelly, of Massapequa, has been appointed to the position and will replace Danielle Mammolito. After serving …

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many local business owners to hold off on grand openings – but for Amanda Dill, 26, it was a “blessing in disguise.” Amanda’s Bakery Co., at …

The future of the potential residential rental units at the corner of Union Boulevard and 4th Avenue in Bay Shore remains on hold as a public hearing on the property approaches next …

Islip Town officials are considering piercing the tax cap with the 2021 annual town budget. Town officials approved a resolution Tuesday, Oct. 20, which authorized the town clerk to host a public …

The topic of housing discrimination has been moving forward monthly in Suffolk County, and a task force dedicated to ensuring fair housing took questions and comments from the public last Thursday, …

Roughly 20 residents in the Village of Brightwaters gathered outside near the village lakes Saturday, Oct. 17, to discuss invasive species with mayor John Valdini and village trustee Patrick Fawcett. …

Public opinions on the potential Hawthorne Avenue senior townhomes were mixed at a Islip Town Planning Board meeting Wednesday, Oct. 14. Islip-based attorney Steve Bertolino and architect David …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone signed historic legislation on Thursday, Oct. 15, to require the use of nitrogen-reducing wastewater technologies in unsewered areas of the county for all new …

Islip residents believe they have found a loophole in the settlement reached last week in the federal lawsuit Flores v. Islip Town — and are claiming that the newly established district lines …

The alchemy of nature has a calling some answer if they’re lucky. Steve Kuhn followed the vocation that was offered. The glint of the sun on the water, puffy clouds, warm summer air, the …

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