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On Thursday, July 28, Main Street in Islip was blocked off for Tradewinds on Main, presented by the Islip Chamber of Commerce. The event went from 6 to 9 p.m. and allowed visitors to shop, dine, …

Jay Loviglio was born in Freeport and grew up in East Islip. He graduated from East Islip High School in 1974 and attended Suffolk County Community College, where he played college ball. After an …

An important change regarding absentee voting will be in effect for the upcoming August primary as well as the November general election. Effective Jan. 1, 2022, an eligible voter may not cast a …

A large cat that was spotted in Central Islip on Tuesday morning and has not been seen since has caused quite a stir in the area. John DeBacker of Long Island Cat Kitten Solution said that the animal …

Vintage Chix, an upcycled gifts brand created by Shannon Mantione of Hauppauge and Sherri Vinciguerra of Bay Shore, will have a stand to sell their unique and cottage-core teacup collection at the …

Strings Attached, a unique Long Island music ensemble based in Great River, will be making their New York City debut on Friday, Aug. 12, at the “Kolstein Performance Showcase” at the …

On Wednesday, July 13, the Town of Islip planning board held their monthly meeting. Bolla EM Realty, LLC requested a planning board special permit for a convenience market in the Business 3 …

The past few years have been extraordinarily difficult for workers in the health care field. The COVID-19 pandemic and long work hours have driven many health workers to burnout. According to the …

On Wednesday, July 20, Suffolk county executive Steve Bellone held a press conference where he discussed the state of the monkeypox virus in Suffolk County and announced that the county was receiving …

Jessica Peluso and Kevin Smith, seniors from East Islip High School, Caitlyn Herzing and Joseph Blackton, seniors from West Islip High School, Caroline Hobbes and Kwame Kwarteng, seniors from Bay …

The Junior Gold National Bowling Championship held in Grand Rapids, Mich., was an incredible success for Kailyn Bloch of East Islip. This year she finished in third place competing against the top …

On Tuesday, July 26, The Pizzeria and Lacrosse Unlimited announced and launched their joint charity venture with the “Swim Dodge Pizzeria” short that will raise funds for local …

For spectacular sights and perfumed sea air, a local cruise off Montauk will introduce you to a Long Island sightseeing staple from a wholly sea perspective. The Easy Breeze cruise company, …

Former federal and state prosecutor Dave Calone announced his candidacy last week to be the next Suffolk County executive. Current county executive Steve Bellone is term limited and will leave office …

Since premiering on Broadway in 2015, the musical “Something Rotten” has had a special place in my heart. The comedy-musical was nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, with star …

On Thursday, July 14, the Rotary Club of Islip had their meeting, during which they had as special guests a mother-daughter duo from the Ukraine who are being assisted by Gift of Life Long Island. …

It was a much shorter meeting than usual when the Brightwaters Board of Trustees met on Monday, July 11. Mayor John Valdini was away on business, so deputy mayor Thomas Zepf ran the meeting. The …

On Friday, July 15, the Village of Brightwaters hosted their gazebo cocktail fundraiser to help raise money for the restoration of the gazebos at the top of the canal. The event, which began last …

East Islip eighth-grader Matthew Sundberg delivered an outstanding performance at the 2022 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship, hosted by the U.S. High School Bowling Foundation in …

Long Island’s largest year-round professional theatrical venue, The Argyle Theatre (Mark and Dylan Perlman, executive producers and managing partners; Evan Pappas, artistic director), presents the …

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