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“An American in Paris” will be the final show of the season for Long Island’s largest year-round professional theatrical venue, The Argyle Theatre (Mark and Dylan Perlman, executive …

For the last 10 years, Bay Shore resident George Mowbray has walked along the Bay Shore Marina, picking up trash and helping the wildlife. Mowbray has a pushcart that he fills with supplies and a …

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison have announced increased enforcement efforts to keep Suffolk County residents safe during Labor Day …

With mental-health wellness an elusive but all-consuming goal, Danielle Poore’s holistic approach with her company, Mind and Body Counseling, attempts to cover all fronts to have a peaceful …

On Thursday, Aug. 25, the Village of Brightwaters held their annual Snapper Derby at Gilbert Park. The winners for biggest catch were Robbie Kohl (largest overall catch), Eric Aponick, Luca …

Since founding nonprofit Bravo Foxtrot a little over a year ago, Matt Simoni and Jade Pinto have been hard at work helping as many veterans as they can. Their next endeavor is a mini-documentary that …

As students get ready to head back to school, the Islip Bulletin spoke to local districts about the upcoming school year. West Islip After the retirement of school district superintendent …

Primary election day was held on Tuesday, Aug. 23. The Democratic congressional candidates had no primary opponents, meaning Jackie Gordon is the Democratic candidate in CD 2 and Bridget Fleming is …

For many people, the Town of Islip live-stream or recordings are their only way to interact with town board meetings. Town board meetings can be during the middle of a weekday, or individuals may be …

“It was so easy and it saved me so much money,” said Pat Rowan, a senior citizen living in East Islip, of the recent paint job of her bedroom provided by the Town of Islip, free of …

When Vietnam veterans returned home over four decades ago, instead of being honored, many of them were shunned and mistreated for their service. While nothing can make up for the scars gained by …

Anne Marie Becker said she has been an artist since she could hold a pen or pencil in her hand. The 35-year-old cosmetic and medical tattoo artist has been in the industry since 2017, after one of …

Sloths may be slow, but Humane Long Island wasn’t slow in protesting Sloth Encounters, a business in Hauppauge where you can hold and feed sloths. “There is no excuse for animal …

Long Island has always been known as a mecca of history, but just a ferry ride away hides another amazing historical community, the Fire Island Pines. A longtime haven for the LGBTQIA+ community, the …

It can only be described as a raw sewage smell with a hint of sea. South Patchogue residents, especially those located near the Davis Park Ferry Terminal, are complaining, largely on social media, …

On Sunday, Aug. 14, the local Doherty-owned Applebee’s, in East Islip, hosted a Flapjack Fundraiser, raising money for local organization Fiercely Leading Youth. Set breakfast plates were …

After an audit, the Office of the New York State Comptroller released their report on the West Islip School District’s financial management from July 1, 2017, through Oct. 31, 2021. …

On Wednesday, Aug. 10, the Town of Islip planning board held their meeting at Islip Town Hall West. The first item on the agenda was a town board application recommendation item for West Islip Gas …

Robert Fehring, 74-year-old retired schoolteacher and business owner from Bayport who was sentenced in federal court to 30 months in prison on Wednesday, August 3 for mailing dozens of violent …

When the world gets bleak, readers always turn to their favorite stories to bring them comfort. “My Year With The Italian Girl,” a new novel by Sayville resident Linda Leuzzi, is sure to …

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