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Patchogue Arts Council celebrates art history and wine

Fittingly held post-Valentine’s Day, the Patchogue Arts Council’s popular “Wining About Art” series section on Romanticism came after the holiday of soppy hearts and flowers. …

Whether you’re a lifelong carnivore looking to mix things up or a devout vegan eager for options beyond your standard veggie burger, Toast Coffeehouse has something to satisfy your hunger. I …

Local businessman Rob Cutrone, known for his local coffeehouse, coffee brewing and entertainment companies, recently announced that he would be starting his first café and eatery inside the …

Pergament Properties, owner of the building in Patchogue that housed Bob’s Stores, which officially closed earlier this year, applied to the Town of Brookhaven for a Change of Use application …

Teens gathered aggressively en masse on bikes at last year’s Patchogue St. Patrick’s Day Parade performing wheelies in the street and scaring viewers on the sidewalk unsettled some of the …

Ten of 21 applications requesting funding from Suffolk County for various water-quality improvements were recommended by the county’s Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program Committee …

“An Evening with Branford Marsalis” is coming to Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. Marsalis, known for his brilliant soprano and tenor saxophone …

The FBI has agreed to review information and evidence in the investigation of the 1990 murder of Detective Dennis Wustenhoff of the Suffolk County Police Department as per requests by Suffolk County …

Earlier this month the Village of Patchogue board approved a resolution appropriating a total of $264,758 for the Oak Street Rehabilitation Project, authorizing the village to pay 100 percent of the …

The Village of Patchogue board of trustees recently vowed to replace all outgoing vehicles with environmentally conscious alternatives in what it is calling the “Green Fleet Policy,” a …

The Grace AME Zion Church’s quest to build a ramp is looking good.  It just needs another push from noble-minded folks willing to step up — that is, with funds.  “So …

Cory Mahony read an article about hydroponic farming that piqued his interest — and then got him hooked. He started the controlled scientific growing practice at home. He’s now the owner …

While Saturday night was frigid, the Of Colors Black History Exhibition & Diversity Celebration rocked warm with greetings, stories and awards in the Patchogue Artspace Gallery. People grouped …

The 2020 U.S. census will begin soon, and it is already underway in some remote parts of the country. Communities across the U.S. are coming together to get “complete counts” in order to …

The answer to that question is something the family has been seeking for 30 years. Now demanding justice, the Wustenhoff children, Jennifer Lees, 44, Kevin Wustenhoff, 42, Melissa Scelsi, 40, and …

Suffolk County Department of Public Works submitted five applications for funding through the county’s Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program, and DPW representatives indicated to the …

The rousing annual Of Colors Black History Exhibition and Diversity Celebration 2020 will take place on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. Founder Tracy Todd Hunter will preside over the free event with …

South Ocean Middle School’s new Health teacher, Shannon Maloney, formed the school’s first-ever Wellness Club at the start of the school year. As part of one of the club’s first …

Australians Jordan Pollard, Jesse Rasmussen and Thomas Egan were good friends who grew up immersed in jazz, ballet and tap classes and sharing a love of musical theater. One night in a Sydney bar, …

It’s not a secret that country music has taken the country by storm, including Long Island. Now Long Islanders can enjoy music by current country artists performed by a new band: The Big …

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