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The Town of Islip in partnership with the Town of Babylon and Northwell Health kicked off the Pink by the Bay Breast Cancer Awareness campaign by lighting the Town Hall cupolas pink. Throughout …

By LINDA LEUZZI The 29 novels and six nonfiction books Russ Moran wrote sit on stands and shelves in his home library. It’s a comforting place graced with family photos, where he tapped out …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a local lecture on historical topics. This week she decided to round up the best …

Islip celebrated homecoming on Sept. 24 with an action-packed day of community pride and engaging activities, blessed by sunshine and crisp weather. Led by fire trucks, members of the board of …

On Sept. 28, catcher Logan O’Hoppe made his MLB debut after being promoted to the Los Angeles Angels from the Rocket City Trash Pandas. The St. John the Baptist graduate was drafted by the …

On Sunday, Oct. 2, St. Patrick’s R.C. Church in Bay Shore hosted the amazing “Divalicious” for a concert presented by the Islip Arts Council. Lynda Moran, the executive director …

After a brief move to Sayville, nonprofit Bravo Foxtrot has returned to Bay Shore. “It’s absolutely incredible to be back in Bay Shore,” said co-founder Matt Simoni. “Bay …

On Sunday, Oct. 2, singer Joe Volturo brought the spirit of “ol’ blue eyes” to the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Library. The singer serenaded attendees with songs from throughout Frank …

When I first read that there would be a scene in Andrew Dominik’s “Blonde” that was from the perspective of a woman’s intimate lower half, I immediately thought of the …

West Islip The Lions were defeated 22-17 by Bellport on Friday, Sept. 30. They are currently 3-1 on the season. West Islip’s next game will be Saturday, Oct. 8 at home against Lindenhurst. …

Being a public persona grants you a wide audience, a gift artists and influencers can spend a lifetime chasing, but it also burdens you with unabashed opinion, a burden that can rattle even the most …

On or about Sept. 8, Suffolk County officials determined that the county’s systems had been affected by a cyberattack. The attack has disrupted legislator emails, postponed the date of civil …

Sandy Brennan has worked in the caregiving industry for over 20 years. She began her journey in homecare, which she did for about a decade, before becoming a life-enrichment manager that plans …

On Saturday, Sept. 24, Bay Shore High School celebrated their homecoming festivities. The day began with a parade from 5th Avenue to Clifton LaPlatney Field, along with a fanfest for visitors to …

Is it safe to assume almost every native Suffolk County Long Islander knows of, or has been to Magic Fountain in Mattituck? Though we all know the place with the painted-face ice cream cones and …

It is officially autumn, which means there’s a ton of amazing events happening to get you and your family in the spooky, harvest, or cozy season. Put on a flannel, grab a pumpkin latte, and …

East Islip The Redmen defeated Amityville 61-32 on Friday, Sept. 23. East Islip’s next game will be on Friday, Sept. 30 against Deer Park at 6 p.m. Bay Shore The Marauders lost their …

Roman, the co-organizer of the Babylon Pride Parade, will walk the red carpet on Friday, September 30 at 5 p.m. She’ll perform before Knock Out Blonde debuts at Plaza Cinema & Media Arts …

On Tuesday, Sept. 13, the Town of Islip held their monthly board meeting at Town Hall. Hispanic Heritage Month The meeting was opened with a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, which …

On Sunday, Sept. 18, the Historical Society of Islip Hamlet held their annual Oakwood Cemetery tour event. The tour featured residents who took on the roles of deceased residents and told their …

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