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Beginning this week, any New York resident getting a COVID-19 vaccine is eligible to receive a free two-day pass to any New York State Park.  Any person who gets their first dose of the …

Last week served as a sigh of relief for many of Islip Town’s roughly 329,600 residents after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its modified mask guidelines. On May 16, …

The Islip Town Industrial Development Agency may provide financial assistance to the limited liability company responsible for the proposed apartments coming to 227 4th Avenue in Bay Shore. The …

Two summers ago, Bay Shore Restaurant Committee chairman Mike McElwee took a trip to the Music City, U.S.A. – also known as Nashville, Tenn. McElwee said he was impressed by …

Bay Shore School District and Suffolk Transportation Services Inc. have been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency for electric buses to transport school …

The Islip Town Planning Board, on May 12, approved a parking relaxation with established convenience and restrictions for a church located at County Road 17 in Islip Terrace. The application for …

Seatuck Environmental Association in Islip has discovered that the population of the North American river otter—a mammal once near extinction on Long Island—could be on the …

Members of the Long Island Motorcycle Riders and NYDR motorcycle group joined Mohamed Siraj Salahudeen on Saturday, May 15, to celebrate the grand opening of Salah’s Halal Food, located at 103 Main …

Suffolk County officials aim to celebrate young Suffolk residents in the next few days during its inaugural “Youth Week.” The week of events from May 16 to 23 includes a job fair, an …

Suffolk County Police detectives are searching for an East Islip man after he was reported missing earlier this month.Epifanio Colon, who stays in East Islip and Brentwood, was reported missing on …

During the height of the pandemic last year, while so many people were at home quarantining with their families, one profession faced the toll of COVID-19 head-on. “That was a scary time for …

In the Prohibition era, many vessels were used to smuggle alcohol from overseas to the United States. A sign of the times, one of those rumrunners was nicknamed the Running Wild.Today, it's the …

Brown’s River Marinas West and East are two steps closer to being fully dredged. Islip Town officials on April 7 approved a resolution which authorizes a capital project agreement with the New …

ISLIP Three board members will be seeking reelection on the Islip Central School District Board of Education this year. The election will be uncontested as the three previous trustees will aim to …

Heckscher State Park in East Islip not only serves as a natural area on the Great South Bay – it’s also the starting point of the Long Island Greenbelt Trail, a roughly 33-mile hiking …

Barre – the popular form of group exercise which utilizes a ballet barre – has been a passion of Sara Kuhar’s. Now, she’s bringing that passion to Bay Shore. Bayport’s Pure Barre …

This past Wednesday, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone hosted cryptocurrency mogul Brock Pierce for a roundtable discussion with community leaders on the impact and future of …

Former Major League Baseball infielder Tony Graffanino grew up in East Islip and was part of the 1990 graduating class. Graffanino spent 13 seasons in the big leagues as a member of the Atlanta …

Recycling and reusing our food scraps is a logical, economical and an efficient way to address climate change as well as local waste management challenges. Have you ever wondered what happens to …

The Bay Shore Union Free School District Board of Education adopted a $171 million proposed budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year at the April 21 public session. This year’s budget, which remains …

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