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Community votes ‘no’ to Masera proposition

An overwhelming majority of West Islip residents have voted to reject the roughly $9.5 million sale of the Masera property from the West Islip School District to Farmingdale-based Terwilliger & …

When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit in 2020, health care workers across the globe were struck with a wave of newfound anxiety – including those at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in …

Registered voters in the West Islip School District will head to the polls Jan. 19 to cast their ballots proposed sale of the Masera property. On Sept. 10, the West Islip Board of Education approved a …

West Islip residents on a Netflix holiday binge-watching spree should check out the second episode of “Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas" – since it practically takes place in …

West Islip residents are invited to view a senior living community that mirrors the proposedfacility that may be coming to the site of the former Masera School property. Farmingdale-based …

Next week, the West Islip School District will host another open house exclusively for community groups on the future of the Masera School property. The forum, which will take place in the Beach …

Islip Town officials and West Islip Chamber of Commerce members welcomed Mexican eatery, Bang Bang Burritos, to the community during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in late October. The taqueria, which …

West Islip High School welcomed a new assistant principal earlier this year. Kristin Kelly, of Massapequa, has been appointed to the position and will replace Danielle Mammolito. After serving …

West Islip School District hosted the first of three public forums for the Masera school property sale Oct. 7 at Beach Street Middle School. Contracting firm Terwilliger & Bartone Properties …

For the first time in West Islip School District history, the high school hasreceived a Blue Ribbon award from the Department of Education. West Islip Senior High School is one of three Long …

Although one West Islip High School student has tested positive COVID-19,the district will proceed with its current hybrid instruction schedule, officialsannounced Sept. 22. A notice sent to …

Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter joined with Suffolk County health commissioner Dr. Gregson Pigott to announce that 14 additional mosquito samples, all Culex pipienrestuans, have tested …

A West Islip resident employed as an NYPD officer since 2017 was arrested alongside two other individuals for connection to an alleged drug-distribution ring. Several search warrants conducted on …

In the aftermath of the incident in Minneapolis on May 25, where George Floyd was killed by a white police officer who had his knee on the back of his neck, protests have erupted across the …

Peter Pessoni suffered from a stroke caused by a clot in his thigh. The decision was made that his leg had to be amputated in order to save his life. Now, Pessoni is recovering at Our Lady of …

Wednesday, May 6, was Nurses Day 2020. But during a health pandemic with packed emergency departments and increased death tolls, nurses express that every day feels like Nurses …

The COVID-19 health pandemic has increased the stress on emergency departments around the world. Various businesses, nonprofits, and other organizations have extended support to those working on …

Meals are being delivered to medical personnel at all hospitals around Long Island, and Southside Hospital in Bay Shore is receiving significant support from the community to supply these meals …

Passion Week is upon us, and services leading into and on Easter Sunday are available at local churches online, whether on Zoom, Facebook Live or YouTube. The web addresses for all services on …

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