Blue Point
11 results total, viewing 1 - 11

Bayport-Blue Point board and super pump brakes on grade cluster

Following a contentious board of education meeting in November surrounding a proposal to cluster elementary grades—known as the Princeton Plan, where all students in the district in the same …

After six years serving the Suffolk County Legislature as the presiding officer, Legis. DuWayne Gregory (D-Amityville) stepped down, accepting a position on the Town of Babylon board.  To …

This past November, Frank Bollerman rose to the rank of Eagle Scout as a member of Bayport Troop 130. Joining three other men in his family, Frank is the fourth Eagle Scout in the Bollerman clan to …

Fire districts across Long Island held their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Below are the results.   Bellport Firefighter Richie Omelchuk was elected to fill a seat vacated by …

Bayport-Blue Point Library Director Michael Firestone stands beside the renovation plans for the former Ursuline Center. He is standing in the future children’s wing.

Residents still feel the Blue Point LIRR storage yard is out of place on Park Street despite few changes made.

This Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, a number of veterans organizations, fire departments and community members have plans to remember those who have served.

Blue Point residents brought a laundry list of complaints to a meeting last week in an effort to express their disdain for the Long Island Rail Road’s decision to store materials in a yard sandwiched between two residential communities.

The Vineyards at Blue Point, a 280-unit condominium complex under construction off Sunrise Highway is surrounded by an open-space nature preserve with trails. The Blue Point Community Civic Association and Tuthills Creek Alliance members have voiced concerns regarding trails, outdoor storage, and other issues.

Security cameras were being installed outside the recently purchased Bayport-Blue Point Library site, the former St. Ursula Center on Middle Road on Tuesday morning but the big push now was for New York State Department of Education construction plan approval, said B-BP Library Director Michael Firestone

Residents of the Bayport-Blue Point Library district have officially passed a bond referendum to purchase and renovate the decades-old St. Ursula convent in Blue Point.

Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.