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Legis. Steven J. Flotteron recognized James Thomas Buonincontri of Troop 205 as their 99th Eagle Scout in a ceremony held at Timber Point Elementary School in East Islip. James earned the rank of …

The year is flying by and believe it or not, Mother’s Day is right around the corner. We rounded up some local events in the area to help prepare for Mother’s Day.   Hagerman …

Sadly, there is no denying that tragedy has struck our community with multiple youth suicides, the latest victim to succumb an elementary-school child. Handling mental health issues is …

On Earth Day, April 22, Suffolk County Legis. Steve Flotteron and members of the West Islip football team got to work at a cleanup at Sagtikos Manor. The cleanup, which featured the Quintal Group as …

Most people traveling from Long Island to Buffalo take a short plane ride or endure the brutally long eight-hour car ride. Instead of those options, Brightwaters resident Mario Fiore will be biking …

West Islip resident Ryan Walker will compete in the college Esports Rocket League nationals on April 29. Walker, Class of ’22, and his teammates Dylan Zerafa, Class of ’25, and Jake Teto, …

Sounds of Silence, Friends of the Postpartum Resource Center of New York will hold its 14th annual Sounds of Silence 5K/10k Run/Walk on May 21 to raise awareness for pregnancy and postpartum …

On Saturday, April 24, Keep Islip Clean (KIC) held their 33rd annual Brook Street wetlands cleanup in Islip.  The group had a beautiful day and over 30 volunteers donated their time. KIC’s …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on Long Island. This week she visited the Scully Estate in Islip, which is part of the Suffolk County …

Suffolk County Police Third Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that seriously injured a motorcycliston Sunday, April 24, police said in a statement.  Victor Nigro was …

On Monday, Alexis Weik accepted the Republican and Conservative Party nominations for New York’s 4th State Senate District. Republican Phil Boyle, who announced he will not be seeking …

The redistricting fight in New York continues after a judge from upstate New York threw out the Democrat-created maps and passed congressional and legislative maps deeming them illegal because they …

For the sixth year in a row, Eva Casale will complete another meaningful journey.  Using her talent to run long distances and capitalizing on her physical and mental focus to run a minimum of …

On beaches and in parks, green spaces and backyards across Long Island—and around the world—countless friends and neighbors came together last week to mark the annual Spring celebration …

On Saturday, April 16, the Bay Shore Lions club and local Girl Scout troops 1905 and 1414 hosted an Easter egg hunt for youngsters at Wohseepee Park in Brightwaters. The event featured over 2,400 …

Local businesses (under 500 employees) and not-for-profit organizations within the Town of Islip may be eligible for relief grants (i.e. no repayment) from the town of up to $5,000 in a new program …

On Sunday, May 15, the Kiwanis Club of the Islips and Bay Shore will be holding their 35th anniversary car show in the lot at Suffolk Transportation in Bay Shore from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The popular …

Islip During the district’s final school budget workshop on Tuesday, April 12, superintendent Dennis O’ Hara presented the final 2022-23 budget proposal to the community. On an …

Over the last two decades, the opioid crisis in America and on Long Island has wreaked havoc on thousands of families and individuals. Here on the South Shore, doctors at South Shore University …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron and director of Child Life Services at Catholic Health Good Samaritan Hospital Kate Fenton accepted another generous donation from 12-year-old Preston Caruso, who attends …

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