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Library to appoint trustee to vacant seat

Mastic Moriches Shirley Community Library board president Joseph Maiorana announced that a member of the board will be stepping down.  "It is with deep regret that I inform you that the Board …

It’s the year of economic and environmental sustainability for the Patchogue-Medford Library. Library Director Danielle Paisley gathered with library staff members Michele Cayea, Jessica …

The Mastic-Moriches-Shirley Community Library earned the green light to move forward with a bond to finance $22.6 million in renovations, after the community voted in approval by a slim margin …

Catch them at the Mastic-Moriches-Shirley Library on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 2 p.m.

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.

Local resident tries to designate building as a landmark

Library officials refute accusations of lack of transparency and locking the public out of decision-making

After Senate passage, bill moves to the Assembly, where it should be approved by the end of session.

The green things on the promotional video for the Patchogue-Medford Library’s site announces the March 9 Seed Swap and Know Your Seed programs. It’s a fun kickoff for gardeners and those leaning towards growing to come and learn.

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.

The Medford annex of the Patchogue Medford Library announced earlier this year to be built on town parkland located on Horseblock Road, never made it to the NYS Assembly floor by end of session in June, preventing further action.

After the tri-hamlet community rejected a bond to allow a $38 million library to be built on the Links golf course, officials went back to the drawing board. Click for details.

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