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Community gathers to demand change after death of George Floyd

In a protest that almost didn’t happen, community members stood together and chanted their demands for change and resolution for the treatment of the African-American community by police …

Organized by multiple local restaurant and businesses owners from Patchogue Village and Suffolk County, the rally to reopen will be held on Monday, June 8 at 1 p.m. outside county executive Steve …

On June 5 & 6, Plaza MAC and Patchogue Young Professionals will host two social-distance-friendly movie nights under the stars.   The first night will feature Space Jam, and the second …

Part of the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic was a plan to aid businesses that were forced to shut down by providing loans that helped pay employees. This initiative, …

Alive After Five, one of Patchogue’s most popular events, has a new home: the internet. Due to large gatherings being restricted during the COVID-19 pandemic, officials in Patchogue wanted …

The Great South Bay Music Festival is the latest on a list of cancelled large events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival, originally planned for July 16-19, is an annual tradition that takes …

A survey went out and over 500 seniors have spoken: a live graduation was the preferred method for the usual June ceremony at Patchogue-Medford High School. Late last week, superintendent of …

The American Chinese United Care (ACUC) Alliance is a recently-launched grassroots coalition of more than 150 Chinese American and Overseas Chinese organizations throughout the Tri-State Area. Our …

The United Veterans Organization, including local American Legion Post 269, VFW Post 2913 and AmVets Post 111, will still be hosting their annual Memorial Day ceremony, minus the parade, at 11 …

Due to concerns of the coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo originally issued a delay in local government elections such as Patchogue’s March 18 elections till late April. Now, due to the ongoing …

Harmony Cafe, a Patchogue-based nonprofit, usually serves the com- munity through monthly social food events, where people can come and get a meal, paying whatever they can. Those events are …

A new virtual event is available to those looking to support local business during shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic: the Shop Local Drive-Thru Market at the Better Man Distilling …

You can watch a brand new release cosseted on your couch. Sometimes you can even pair the moment with a cocktail and special snacks. Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center is offering virtual …

Two Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts staffers who were let go in early April, were rehired over this past week. Box office manager Justin Pandolfi and marketing and public relations director …

Angels of Long Island, the outreach charity in East Patchogue, is looking for support from the community. Their thrift store is closed due to COVID-19, but leaders are still doing outreach with …

Patchogue Arts Council and the Museum of Contemporary Art Long Island (PAC/MoCA L.I.) will be hosting a virtual universal celebration of the arts produced and shared while in quarantine. The …

VFW 2913 and Suffolk County Cmdr. Dave Rogers have successfully continued his Coffee with a Vet program virtually amid the coronavirus crisis, which has forced people into home isolation. The …

Businesses in Patchogue are teaming up with the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce to offer Small Business Saturday every weekend - virtually. Participating businesses are offering coupons and …

Two community civic groups have formed within the Village of Patchogue. The Patchogue Riverfront Neighborhood Association began back in January and is open to any village member to join, while …

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new reality of social distancing and precautionary measures. This means that while a lot of people are looking to offer help to those most impacted, they are …

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