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 …
Brookhaven Town officials were served notice at approximately noon on Tuesday, December 31, 2019 that Quickway carting would no longer honor their contract to collect residential trash from the areas …
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 …
The developer who planned a mixed-use property on the corner of Main Street and Montauk Highway in East Patchogue has decided not to continue, according to Brookhaven Town officials. Councilman Neil …
Hospital continues to focus on quality service
Corner of N. Dunton Avenue and Irving Avenue now Pfc. Anton “Tony” Albert Bugala Avenue
Former Famiglia Motors site has been acquired for the purpose of open space
Mark “Ski” Gajewski, was honored by his family, town, state and county officials, first responders and fellow bikers as the intersection of the street where he lived, Martha Avenue, was renamed.
An East Patchogue woman recently found a 47-year old science experiment washed up on a Brookhaven shore.
A new East Patchogue home with a net-zero operational cost is the first of its kind on Long Island
Angels of Long Island will be hosting their first annual honoree dinner in honor of former superintendent of Patchogue-Medford Schools Dr. Michael Hynes.
Three historic structures on an 11.5 acre parcel in East Patchogue are slowly eroding in spite of wide local preservation support. The non profit advocacy group Preservation Long Island has just selected the parcel and its buildings for its 2019 Endangered Historic Places list.
Focus East Patchogue announced its visioning plan on Wednesday, spurred by Legis. Rob Calarco, that already includes an interested investor, the Northwind Group LLC, which has proposed a mixed-use, 80-unit multifamily residential complex on the corner of Grove Avenue and East Main Street
Patricia Peterson, founder of Angels of Long Island with Debbie Roesch, will run out of their headquarters tracking down someone if she see’s they are in need.
As of the release date of this issue of the Advance, the government has been shutdown for 34 days, making it the longest in U.S. history. These are some of the local organizations or businesses that are looking for help and are reaching out to help others.
In just two days, Angels of Long Island has set up a makeshift food pantry in their East Patchogue headquarters.
As Christmas draws nearer, many people will rush out to grab last-minute gifts and treats. But not everyone can make the holidays as festive as they would like. Here are some places to help those less fortunate this holiday season.