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On Wednesday, Aug. 18, the Village of Brightwaters held their annual Snapper Tournament at Gilbert Park. Special thanks to Christian Martin and the Martin family for co-running the event. A great …

In the past month, many beaches on Fire Island have closed temporarily due to shark sightings close to shore. The sharks are drawn in due to massive schools of bunker, or menhaden, that gather. …

As the school year draws near and homework begins to pile on, why not invest in a way for kids to de-stress while still learning? Richard Kayatt, founder of nonprofit Children 4 Children, has …

Neither the Aug. 10 Town of Islip Board Meeting or the Aug. 12 Change of Zone meeting provided microphones for community speakers.In addition, seating was limited in the meeting space to allow for …

On your next trip to pick up school supplies for the upcoming year, why not pick up a few extras for those in need? Here are some local school supply drives that are collecting much-needed items for …

The last year at South Shore University Hospital has been a whirlwind of emotions and trauma. Nurses and frontline workers battled a worldwide pandemic, with very little time to stop and process …

On Sunday, Aug. 15, a celebration was held for the completion of the Islip Community Torah. The Torah took over a year to write by hand by an expert scribe. The Torah helped bring the Islip community …

And in the blink of an eye, it’s that time of year again! As summer winds to a close and the kiddos prepare for the beginning of classes, it’s time to stock up on all the newest …

Despite the bad predictions the south shore came out relatively unscathed from Tropical Storm Henri as the storm trended eastward. Below is an update on reopenings and remaining watches in effect for …

The National Weather Service recently announced a hurricane and storm surge watch for southwest Suffolk Counties in preparation for Hurricane Henri.  In it's briefing the weather service said …

Suffolk County Police arrested a Bay Shore man for burglarizing nine businesses since June throughout the First, Third and Seventh Precincts, police said Monday. Following an investigation, …

The Long Island Advance, Suffolk County News and Islip Bulletin publisher Terry Tuthill has partnered with local publisher Thomas Graf in a new endeavor called Our Island Life. Editorial coordinator …

There were more residents than normal at the West Islip Board of Education meeting this past Thursday, Aug. 12, where most spoke out against mandatory mask-wearing in school this upcoming year. …

On Thursday, Aug. 12, the East Islip Board of Education held a meeting in the administrative building at 9 a.m. Normally, meetings are held in the cafeteria in the evenings. Around a dozen parents …

On Friday, Aug. 13, Movie Lot Drive-In hosted a showing of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” in the parking lot behind Dick’s Sporting Goods at the South Shore Mall. The event …

With summer vacation entering its final month, The Islip Bulletin asked readers to celebrate one last hurrah for the season with our August photo submission contest entitled, “Splashin’ …

At the Town of Islip Board Meeting on Aug. 10, the board voted to opt out of legal sale of cannabis products, reserving the right to opt in at a later date. A spokesperson for the town said, …

Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers helped rescue three kayakers from Captree State Park in Bay Shore on Monday  August 16.  Marine Juliette responded to Captree State Park …

For the past 12 years, the Islip Town Anti-Bias Task Force has partnered with every high school in the town to operate its award-winning Ambassador program, a series of forums that educated students …

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