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Dennis P. O’Hara has been appointed the next superintendent of schools in the Islip School District, effective July 1. O'Hara will succeed Dr. Ellen Semel, who will be retiring this …

Suffolk Police are conducting an investigation after a missing woman was found dead inside a North Bay Shore home, police announced Thursday. Reports said Frania Espinal, 22, of Dix Hills, was …

The Great South Bay Brewery in Bay Shore has crafted a new limited beer with a twist – and it’s not just in the flavor. The business’ latest brew, a raspberry New England …

Suffolk County police detectives are conducting an investigation after finding human remains in Great River Tuesday morning. Third Precinct police officers responded to West Brook Pond in Great …

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 …

Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) today announced his campaign for Governor of New York in 2022 amid a series of alleged scandals surrounding Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Zeldin, 41, is the first member of …

Last Tuesday night, two days before Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered a deadline, the Suffolk County Legislature passed their Suffolk County Police Reform and Reinvention Task Force Report in a 16-1 vote. …

The Brightwaters Village Board of Trustees unanimously approved a $3 million preliminary capital budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year, which will pierce the tax cap. The property tax levy increase …

Standing beside a paint-splattered minibus, a long line of children patiently wait to use a spin art machine. Kids take turns dropping paint onto a spinning canvas, watching the machine rotate …

Brentwood resident Helen Barba hopes to ignite her passion for charity and spread love to locals through her new Facebook community group, “Helen’s Helpful Hands.” While working …

On April 2, 2020, Yanira Soriano was admitted to South Shore University Hospital in Bay Shore with pneumonia from COVID-19. The Brentwood resident was immediately placed on a ventilator. The next …

During the COVID-19 shutdown, 10-year-old animal-lover Lola Triolo started baking dog treats. In an effort to show her responsibility, Lola eventually turned her hobby into a business and started …

Members of the Atlantique Boat Owners Association have organized another protest at Islip Town Hall as frustrations with the management of Atlantique Marina grow.Following a March 9 resolution by the …

Jacob Arens, of East Islip, successfully completed his Eagle Board of Review on June 11, 2020, officially making him the 92nd Eagle Scout of Troop 205 of Great River, East Islip, and Islip …

The active community group Greater Islip Association, known for their outspoken and strong-voiced Facebook page, Stop Island Hills, announced they would be holding a car parade protest of Rechler …

Cassandra DeJesus is a first-time author and stay-at-home mother of two. Raised in Bay Shore, DeJesus drew inspiration for her debut novel, “The Away,” from her dreams, as well as from …

Just one week after undergoing a new procedure at South Shore University Hospital in Bay Shore, Douglas Simonton, 76, said he felt like a new person. Simonton, of Ridge, was previously diagnosed …

Food insecurity has become part of the new vernacular, First Congregational Church of Bay Shore Rev. Anthony Vito Colangelo, said. “It’s so unfortunate, and it’s compiled because of the …

Settle into your car and grab the popcorn: Islip Town’s free drive-in movie series will return this summer. The Islip Town Board unanimously approved the return of the series at the March 9 town …

To acknowledge the one year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic and recognize the selfless healthcare workers in the community, Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip unveiled a commemorative bench …

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