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Despite out-of-control inflation and astronomical gas prices, the St. Mark’s food drive on June 11 managed to fill 25 boxes. All food donations went to God’s Provision, an affiliate of LI …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a lecture on a historic topic. This week, she decided to recap some of the great …

The board approved the 2022 Storm Water Report, which is filed every year with New York State. The report details information such as what drains are clean and what streets are being sweeped. The …

On Sunday, June 5, the Islip Arts Council presented the 14th annual Teeny Awards at East Islip High School. The event was back in-person after two years of virtual events due to the pandemic. The …

On Friday, June 3, National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone and the Suffolk County Police Department held a press conference highlighting the ways the police …

On Saturday, June 4, the Bay Shore Historical Society held their annual open house at the Gibson-Mack-Holt house and celebrated the group’s 35 years. The day featured exhibitions, a barbecue, …

It’s that time of year again! Graduation and prom are just around the corner. The Islip Bulletin put together the dates of the districts in the area. Bay Shore The Bay Shore High School …

The Islip Bulletin reached out to local school districts and asked questions of their valedictorians and salutatorians about their time in high school and what they are passionate about. Islip …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron recognized the East Islip Historical Society on their 30th anniversary. The society was founded by a small group of concerned individuals, who recognized the timeliness and …

East Islip senior Jenna Rigo signs to play lax for Dominican East Islip High School senior Jenna Rigo signed a national letter of intent on May 18 to continue her lacrosse career this fall at …

On Tuesday, May 31, the Bay Shore Chamber of Commerce held their general membership meeting at the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library. Chamber president Donna Periconi spoke about the Bay Shore …

Most people are not thankful that they had pneumonia. Frank Corrigan of Huntington, however, said he is, after a bout of pneumonia in 2018 put him in the hospital and ensured his doctors routinely …

  Local veterans’ organization Bravo Foxtrot United Veterans Inc. has found a new administrative home in Sayville. The organization, which had been based on Main Street in Bay …

First ladies are an important group that tend to be forgotten by history. On June 2, National First Ladies Day, a new book for readers aged 9 and up will try to remedy that fact. “Ladies, …

On Saturday, May 28, the Village of Brightwaters held their annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Ackerson Plaza at the head of the harbor. Despite the clouds, the rain held up for the ceremony, with Tommy …

On Saturday, June 11, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Islip will be holding a health fair. Visitors can drop off food donations and get a ticket to enter the health …

Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter recently joined alongside friends and family of FDNY firefighter Joseph R. Rivelli Jr. for the memorial street rededication ceremony of Rivelli Way in West …

On Memorial Day, May 30, the Islip Memorial Day parade and tribute ceremony was held along Main Street and ended at Veterans Memorial Park by Town Hall. This year’s grand marshal was U.S. Army …

On Memorial Day, May 30, the Bay Shore Amvets Post 76 hosted the Bay Shore Memorial Day ceremony at the Bay Shore train station as well as the Bay Shore Memorial Day parade.

On Monday, May 30, American Legion Post 1738 hosted the West Islip Memorial Day parade. After the parade, everyone was invited for hot dogs and refreshments at the post.

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