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Andrew Garbarino opens office in Sayville’s old drug store

The night before opening his campaign headquarters in the former Thornhill’s Pharmacy in Sayville, Republican Congressional candidate and NYS assemblyman Andrew Garbarino attended The …

During the holidays, Northport resident Barbara Bolen had two at-risk groups on her mind: struggling restaurant owners and people who go hungry. After Bolen told a Northport restaurant owner …

Dressed in white dinner jackets and a dress worthy of a gangster moll title,the Rat Pack Now was a throwback to the dazzling, dry martinis of the early 60s. As part of the Noel S. Ruiz …

In order to help small businesses adjust to new public health requirements as commercial districts reopen for business, PSEG Long Island is encouraging chambers of commerce and business …

As the proposed senior living complex on Bayview Avenue in East Islip remains on hold with the Town of Islip PlanningBoard, residents have continued to express their frustrationswith the proposal …

Islip’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will consider pursuing a lawsuit against Islip Town if town representatives fail to appropriately modify its current …

Captain Bill’s, on Ocean Avenue in Bay Shore, is one of several restaurants offering indoor dining in Islip Bulletin’s coverage area. Most importantly, the restaurant is dedicated to …

On Sept.30, Islip resident Lori Zegel, the owner of Nook & Cranny gift shop on the corner of Main Street and GrantAvenue, will close her shop’s door for the very last time. It is another …

A peaceful demonstration against racism is slated to begin at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday. Protestors are instructed to meet in the TD Bank parking lot on Montauk Highway in Bay Shore. “Islip is …

After months of emails and Zoom meetings, the executive board of Sagtikos Manor Historical Society recently came together for an outdoor meeting on the lawn of thehistoric estate on Montauk Highway …

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in food insecurity for millions of Americans. And that number includes Islip Town residents: Islip Rotary member Karen Sobel said the number of food-insecure …

The Bay Shore man who allegedly impersonated a police officer and abducted two teenagers in Lindenhurst was indicted Feb. 17, officials announced.  On Feb. 3 just before 3:30 p.m., two …

The Town of Islip has moved fast in the first steps to revamp Ross Park after closing the park two weeks ago. Last week on Tuesday, Sept. 15, the town board approved three separate agenda items …

Brightwaters Village isn’t letting coronavirus take away its holiday spirit. The village will host its annual Christmas pictures and plant sale Saturday, Nov. 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the …

Incumbent village mayor reviews goals for two-year termBrightwaters Village residents re-elected John Valdini as mayor in an uncontested race last Tuesday. Valdini, who owns Dukes Development …

Upon a recommendation from the Islip Town Planning Board, TRITEC Bay Shore’s request for a change of zone wasapproved last Thursday evening, Sept. 17, during a special change of zone hearing …

East Islip residents will have a new place to grab their holiday groceries this year. City Fresh Market, a fresh-food supermarket, is expected to open at the site of the former East Islip Village …

Suffolk County’s newest mass vacci- nation site is expected to open on Suffolk County Community College Ammerman Campus in Selden lat er this week. On Wednesday, Feb. 17, Suffolk …

As the proposed senior living complex on Bayview Avenue in East Islip remains on hold with the Town of Islip Planning Board, residents have continued to express their frustrations with the …

Longtime Islip resident and community leader Astrid Fidelia announced Monday her run for the 11th District of the Suffolk County Legislature. Fidelia, running as a Democrat, has served as the …

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