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Debra Scala-Giokas features Claire McCardell in children’s books By LINDA LEUZZI If ballet flats and coordinated separates are your thing, thank Claire McCardell, the visionary designer …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore. This week, she visited the William Floyd Estate in Mastic Beach. The William Floyd Estate …

Despite the foggy weather at the morning pep rally, the East Islip community came together to show district pride during their homecoming game on Oct. 8. The event kicked off with a parade …

Despite the weather, the Village of Brightwaters’ Village Block Party was a great success, with local businesses and groups participating to transform downtown into a family-fun haven.

An application has been made requesting a special permit from the Town of Islip Planning Board for the premises of 1 Beaver Dam Road in Islip. Beaver Dam Brewing Company Inc. is requesting a …

The Bay Shore community has been hyper-focused on the issue of homelessness recently, as the number of people without a place to stay has risen and there have been multiple incidents of individuals …

For the past 12 years, the Teeny Awards has celebrated theatre students in the Town of Islip. This year, due to the pandemic, some schools put on virtual shows while others opted to postpone their …

A public notice has been issued that the Planning Board of the Town of Islip will be holding an in-person public meeting on October 13 at 6:30 p.m. at Islip Town Hall West (401 Main Street, Islip) on …

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to confront numerous obstacles. On top of keeping ourselves, friends, and loved ones safe, people have had to contend with financial and physical hardships. Many …

On Monday, Oct. 4, the Village of Brightwaters Board of Trustees voted unanimously to opt out of licensing and establishing retail cannabis dispensaries and/or onsite cannabis consumption …

Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter attended the unveiling of a new memorial at the Islip Town Fire & EMS Museum in Central Islip, honoring 20 fallen first responders who lost their lives in …

After community members noticed the “Redmen” logo was taken off the exterior of East Islip High School, the district has stated: “There have been no changes made to the …

Seeing a paucity in available spaces for Scout meetings, Danika Riccio, along with fellow 1126 Girl Scout troop members Grace Bernhold and Alyssa Martel, set out to renovate the basement of the …

In 2017, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the Empire State Trail, a continuous 750-mile route that is the longest multi-use trail in the country. The trail runs east-west from Albany to Buffalo and …

On Thursday, Sept. 23, Youth Enrichment Services (YES) conducted a Non-First Responder Narcan Training in Brentwood. In recent years, there has been heightened awareness of heroin and opioid use in …

On Sunday, Oct. 10, the Village of Brightwaters will be hosting a block party from noon to 5 p.m. at Village Square/Four Corners. The block party is sure to have lots of family fun and feature fellow …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore. This week, she visited the Long Island Maritime Museum in West Sayville. Long …

When, due to the pandemic, the curtain came down and the lights went out on Broadway, so too did Long Island’s theaters shutter their doors, leaving behind lonely, darkened sets, untouched …

Silver Alert- Ulysses S. Berry Suffolk County Police have issued a Silver Alert for a missing Bay Shore man with Schizophrenia who may be in need of medical attention. Ulysses S. …

When hitchhiking became faux pas, Bruce Prehn set his sights on a new way to travel the country—carrying a red gas can. Now he hits the road as the Traveling Gas Can Man, raising money for …

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