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In a social justice movement marked by thousands of attendees, Leon Goodman, of Bay Shore, sought to make a difference as a lone soldier in the fight against systemic racism with his one-man, silent …

Hon. Gary Brown has ordered the Town of Islip to federal court in a voting rights case surrounding at-large districts for council seats, on July 30. The several-plaintiff suit filed against the …

As Suffolk County hits an over 5 percent positivity rate in coronavirus cases – a figure that hasn’t been seen since May – officials are urging residents to stay vigilant about …

A vegetarian walks into a hot dog joint... An awful one-liner, for sure, but in my instance it was a beyond (meat) pleasant surprise at Rock City Dogs, one of the newest eateries on the …

After taking a hiatus last year due to the pandemic, the second Oakwood Cemetery tour will take place on Sunday, June 13 from 2 to 4 p.m. Hosted by the Historical Society of Islip Hamlet and the …

Kevin Harney, the Center Moriches resident and driving founder with Alan Nahmias, of Contractors for Kids, was present in spirit in Bohemia on Tuesday. As supporters flowed in, warmly greeting …

Marvel comics, circa 1983. Retro Barbie dolls, decked out in neon outfits. And nearly every Nintendo Entertainment System video game cartridge that could be dreamt about. These are just some of …

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video   Back in 2015, a curious Nicole Meigel began scouring the web …

Just as a topsy-turvy dreidel is spun for the holidays, Rabbi Shimon Stillerman and wife, Zeldy, have put their own little spin on the traditional Hanukkah celebration. Since in-person gatherings …

Islip community members are coming together to assist a group of families after a fire destroyed a multi-family home on Carleton Avenue in Islip Terrace last month. According to Suffolk County …

Construction on the new, nearly 18,000-square-foot Town of Islip Animal Shelter is well underway. By this spring, the new Central Islip site will be home to adoptable dogs, cats, guinea pigs, …

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 …

This Women’s History Month and the anniversary of the Marine Corps Women’s Reserve, we celebrate and honor notable local women in our community. The following are just some of …

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 …

Brightwaters Planning Board members are looking to rezone the industrial corridor on Orinoco Drive in an effort to revitalize the area. For many years, the area has been zoned industrial – which …

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 …

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 & …

Roughly 22 small businesses and companies in Islip Town have been offered over $100,310 in financial assistance through the town’s Industrial Development Agency to help pay for personal …

A set of environmental recommendations from the Islip Town Environmental Council were brought before the Islip Town Board during ITEC’s annual report on April 20. At the regular monthly town …

With fall sports put on hold until this winter, local athletes had another reason to look forward to spring when team sports would be in full action.The Islip Bulletin asked community members to send …

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