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Each week reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a historical lecture. This week she attended a lecture presented by the Islip Library …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron recognized Bay Shore Middle School student, Kai Moran, at the General Meeting of the Legislature this month, for her selfless act of kindness to aid the relief efforts in …

On Saturday, May 21, the 14th annual Sounds of Silence 5K/10K run/walk/stroller walk was held at Walker Beach in Brightwaters. Sounds of Silence raises awareness for pregnancy and postpartum …

Memorial Day is a solemn day to honor those who have died while serving our country. Many towns and groups in the area will be holding ceremonies to honor the fallen. Village of …

Memorial Day has often been a tough sell for me with “happy” in front of it. The observance of Memorial Day traces its roots to Decoration Day, which started when family members and the …

On Saturday, May 21, the Long Island Author’s Group held their first author presentation Saturday at the Islip Arts Council Gallery at the Westfield South Shore Mall in Bay Shore. The …

South Shore University Hospital physicians and nurses celebrated the discharge of a patient who was married at the hospital just before undergoing a novel type of brain surgery to remove a tumor. The …

East Islip senior David Reynolds signs with Sterling College On May 12, East Islip High School senior David Reynolds signed a national letter of intent to play football for Sterling College in …

John Habyan graduated St. John the Baptist in 1982 and spent 11 seasons as a Major League Baseball pitcher. Habyan pitched for the Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, Kansas City Royals, St. Louis …

The Suffolk County Water Authority is hoping to bring some attention to two taxpayer and water-quality protection bills in front of the state Legislature this session, which wraps in June. S956 …

Suffolk County Police Major Case Unit detectives are investigating a hit-and-run crash that killed a female pedestrian in West Islip on the night of May 23.  A motor vehicle was traveling …

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 spoke with historical novelist …

The Friends of Connetquot State Park Preserve have an exciting next couple of months. On Thursday, May 26, bids will be received by the Jan Hird Pokorny Associates Inc. on behalf of Friends of …

The West Islip 2022-2023 budget was passed with 2,399 yes votes and 1,001 no votes. Proposition number two for the use of the capital reserve fund was approved with 2,468 yes votes and 886 no votes. …

Voters in the Bay Shore School District approved the district budget with 669 yes and 231 no votes. Incumbent Andrew A. Arcuri, who was running unopposed, received 714 votes.

On Saturday, May 7, the Village of Brightwaters held their Mother’s Day plant sale at the top of the canal as well as their pop-up shop day at the four corners. Visitors were able to buy …

If you’re looking for an exciting and hysterical theater experience, look no further than Studio Theatre of Long Island’s Bayway Arts Center, where the New York metro area premiere of …

State Sen. Alexis Weik today announced that she has introduced legislation to provide homeowners with a one-time rebate for home heating oil costs that have soared in the past year amid raging …

We asked our readers to let us know what they admire most about the nurses in their lives who serve our community. Here are the responses: Vicki Haber of Bayport, oncology Nominated by: …

On Monday, May 2, the Brightwaters board of trustees held their monthly meeting. The board made a motion to consider the approval of the proposed sub-division “Windsor Estates in the Village …

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