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Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter and Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone were joined by community leaders and elected officials in a groundbreaking ceremony on a long-awaited project that …

Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad and Arson Section detectives are investigating a West Islip house fire that killed two brothers and injured their parents this morning, Saturday, November 4. …

On Saturday, Oct. 28, the Village of Brightwaters hosted the fifth annual Witches Paddle down the canal. The spooky event featured over 50 paddleboarders dressed as witches and warlocks launching …

The East Islip school community happily ignored the rain on the dreary morning of Oct. 21, donning raincoats and brandishing umbrellas to march proudly in the second annual Main Street homecoming …

SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE Former federal and state prosecutor Dave Calone (D) and current Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine will be vying for the Suffolk County executive seat as current …

On Friday, Oct. 27, with the help of author Robert P. Ottone, Barnes and Noble in Bay Shore hosted an event for those who are fans of the adult horror genre. Guests included authors Mo Moshtay, …

Have some festive and historical fun with the Bay Shore Historical Society. On Saturday, Nov. 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Bay Shore Historical Society will be hosting their annual Snowflake Sale …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron was honored to recognize some of this year’s Boy’s State and Girl’s State participants at The Annual Awards Night hosted by American Legion Post 1738. …

This past Saturday, community members celebrated Halloween on Main Street in Bay Shore. People of all ages could be seen dressed up as characters from their favorite movies, TV shows, video games, …

On Saturday night, poets, poetry enthusiasts, and Edgar Allan Poe fans gathered at the Milano Bean Cafe in Bay Shore. Patrons visited to get a drink and a pastry, before sitting down in their …

Every year around this time, Brookhaven National Lab hosts the New York Wildfire and Incident Management Academy (NYWIMA). This year, the academy took place from Oct. 20 to Oct. 27. Over 260 people …

Works of art transcend viewers, either by scene or pose, brush strokes or color. But last Friday night, at the Islip Arts Council Gallery’s closing reception of “Limitless: Healing Cancer …

Save The Great South Bay, a local 501(c)3 environmental non-profit, is launching the South Shore Bays Unified Water Stud y, a pilot program using an innovative water quality monitoring protocol. This …

“It was a lifelong dream that was fulfilled for me; it’s something I’ve always wanted to do, and I’m not getting any younger.” Michael Thomas Perone is an established …

Artists and cosplayers of all ages gathered inside The South Shore Mall on Saturday afternoon for the first-ever Draw-a-Thon. A few tables were set up with stickers, comic books, and paintings. …

On Tuesday, Oct. 17, during a Town o f Islip Board meeting, the town council voted unanimously to approve Resolution 22, which addresses steps to shutter the Travelodge in Bay Shore that is currently …

For the past eight years, thousands of members of the floral industry worldwide have participated in a program called Petal it Forward. Participants receive two flower bouquets. One is to keep, and …

Veterans Day, Nov. 11, serves as a commemoration to honor the patriotism, love of our nation, and sacrifices veterans have made for our country. The day of honor calls on all Americans to thank those …

On Saturday, Oct. 28, Milano Bean Cafe in Bay Shore will be hosting an evening of poetry and spoken-word performance inspired by Edgar Allan Poe. Poet Billy Lamont, Dominick “Zeke” …

Sarah Smith (D) Born and raised in the Town of Islip, Sarah Smith is a licensed macro social worker who has spent her upbringing and adult life by taking on a caretaking role for her …

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