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Meetings upcoming for sewer construction plans

The Mastic and Shirley sewer project is moving forward, with the next stage coming for homeowners in the community. There will be a set of meetings in March that will allow residents to review the …

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 …

Suffolk County Legislator Rudy Sunderman took the oath of office for his second term as representative for the Third District on Thursday, January 2, during the Legislature’s Organizational …

The Red Door Chamber Players have received a 2020 LI Creative Learning grant in conjunction with the Cultural Arts Committee of the William Floyd Community Summit​ ​to offer their Red Door …

The William Floyd School District has officially launched its revamped website, this time along with a new mobile app. The district revamps the website every five years, making aesthetic upgrades …

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 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.

Pushing for sewer funding and addressing the opioid epidemic

Local resident tries to designate building as a landmark

Residents can now voice their opinions until Oct. 19.

The group will look into an option to appeal the decision

Suit by ABCO alleges poor choice of location for Mastic facility

DA accuses sitting legislator of violating ethics rules

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

Caitlyn Michaels has become a young advocate in bringing awareness to children’s eye health, most recently with a county law in her name.

Aspiring homeowners can become just that, with a new home on Ditmas Avenue in Mastic, if accepted to Habitat for Humanity’s upcoming project.

Zachary Neikens, a senior at William Floyd High School and one of the world’s best high school brass trombonists, has officially received acceptance to six colleges of his choice including a full ride to NYC’s Juilliard.

A program proposed by Legis. Rudy Sunderman would give some assistance to small business owners who need to hook up to the sewer system in Mastic and Shirley, after a resolution passed in January approving of phases one and two. Only businesses in the approved phases are available for this program right now.

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