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Friends of Bellport Bay reaches restoration milestone

With the assistance of community volunteers, Friends of Bellport Bay has reached the goal of planting a total of 1 million oysters in Bellport Bay, in its fifth year of the initiative. Thomas …

With mass-gathering art taking a bow for the foreseeable future (Broadway is now dark until at least June 2021), local art shows carry a heavier burden of filling that gap for the art lovers’ …

It’s a quick stroll from the sidewalk up the bricked walkway at Bellport Village Hall, then two steps up and over a riser. Easy for able-bodied villagers, but for a person with walking …

The scarecrows will inhabit Bellport Village this year. You’ll just have to make them at home. Pick up your materials at the Community Center at 4 Bell Street on Saturday,Oct. 3 from noon …

Bellport Village has hired Davidoff, Hutcher & Cintron LLP to aid in applying for a piece of a $1 billion federal Fire Island to Montauk Point project, a funding source for hurricane …

While stunning artwork, gorgeous furniture, beautiful jewelry, great-smelling candles, and just about everything else classy regarding interior design expertise is showcased in Pamela Lerner Home …

Approximately 50 residents joined in protest outside the United States Postal Service on Station Road in Bellport on Saturday morning. In fact, demonstrators across the U.S. protested outside …

After a Monday night public meeting, the Village of Bellport approved an amendment to the code to allow for the Bellport Brewing Company’s application. The chamber and over a dozen …

The poster in the lobby had a shortlist of Gateway Acting Class alums who went on to television and stage, including Alexandra Vlachos (Broadway’s “Matilda”), Aidan Passaro …

It was a relatively short storm, but a powerful one, as Isaias moved up the East Coast and through Long Island Tuesday. As of Wednesday morning, more than 300,000 Long Islanders are without …

Last Saturday, Bellport Village held a Saturday Stroll event on Main Street. Stores had outdoor sales with extra hours and restaurants had outdoor seating. One among them was a Bellport …

Since the beginning of March, the Villages of Patchogue and Bellport have been hosting their board meetings via Zoom, open to the public to view online. However, mayors Paul Pontieri and Ray Fell …

With painterly and perceptive visions, Allison Davis O’Keefe and Larysa Sendich took photos of everyday places and scenes, illuminating their basic, lovely essences. Sendich’s view of …

One of the most notable staples in Bellport Village is sailing, and with the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, carrying on that tradition was threatened this year. Still, the Bellport Bay Sailing …

In spite of the downpour of rain last Friday, Bellport Village’s scheduled “Bellport Nights” event welcomed many people to their businesses and restaurants. This event was …

The Bellport marina had 146 bobbing vessels in the water and happy boaters. “We had a soft opening last weekend,” said Bellport Mayor Ray Fell. “Bellport Bay Sailing Foundation …

New Yorkers have done a lot to contain the spread of COVID-19, and are now inching to get back to normalcy and enjoy the summer. Well, it won’t be a typical Fourth of July, but there are …

Wait! The 59-by-47 painting in the front of the gallery looks familiar. “We have three paintings in this exhib- it where the artist references classical artwork,” said Marquee …

Remember Joe Forbrich, the Bellport High School and Playcrafters grad who was an understudy in the 2013 play, “Lucky Guy,” about journalist and Bellporter Mike McAlary? That hit …

Small businesses and restaurants have voiced a lack of fairness under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mandate for nones- sential businesses to not be open while the state and the nation continue to …

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