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Code change to prevent overdevelopment

During Monday night’s Village of Patchogue meeting, the board unanimously approved arequest to repeal Section 435-19(A)(3) of the Village Code to eliminate Garden Apartments,apartment houses …

Anchor Real Estate of Long Island is in the holiday spirit—are you? Among her business’ employees, family, friends and contacts (Jane McLaughlin, an attorney in Medford, Hamlet Title …

“Patchogue is open!” said Colony Shop owner Lori Belmonte as she prepared for this weekend. The holiday-famous “Elf on the Shelf” will be making its Main Street, Patchogue, …

Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center executive director Catherine Oberg has been heartened at the recent response by the community to match a $50,000 grant from an anonymous …

Neither lacrosse softwall rebounders nor brick walls are really that adequate for wall ball exercises. Laxworx, a Patchogue-based company, recently released its Lacrosse Hardwall Rebounder 2.0, which …

While Friday the 13th has an ominous reputation, it lived up to its folklore superstition this year for businesses, especially bar and restaurant owners. That’s when Gov. Andrew …

There’s COVID. And then there’s kindness. Sometimes, kindness is innate, with or without a pandemic, so in this case two socially conscious entities are teaming up. Toast Coffeehouse …

If you think “Artchitecture,” the stunning MoCA L.I.ights projections on five of Patchogue’s historic and well-known buildings dazzling viewers at night from Nov. 5 to Nov. 8 is …

Patchogue Village’s Clean Fleet Policy is about to charge up. The village board approved the purchase of a Chevy Bolt EV from Eagle Chevrolet on Oct. 26 after bids came back. The car cost …

Sunrise Highway didn’t exist when Lena Vetter Becht came from Red Oak, Va., to Patchogue as a new bride. The North Patchogue Fire Department was a small building, and Route 112 was one lane …

You can maneuver County Road 19 easier now that the Lake Street/West Avenue traffic circle is opening. And there are two recreation areas, a beautiful park with a walking/running trail and one closer …

Donald R. Boomgaarden, PhD, who officially came on board as St. Joseph’s College eighth president on July 1, 2017, has had a busy initiation. The accomplished academian had already served as …

The bell’s toll has sounded every six seconds since Oct. 18, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This Sunday, the single resonance will reach a total of 218,000 times to signify U.S. deaths …

Rob Stenzel’s stop-animation film, “The Witch’s House,” harkens to the Tim Burton of the ‘90s with a hint of Bergman’s Swedish sensibility of loss and …

With theaters shuttered, the desire to allow performance has borne innovative strategies to utilize spaces and bring in audiences. PatchogueTheatre for the Performing Arts was given the …

A night out with rounds of drinks is a treasured celebratory social gathering and one that the women of Long Island Safer Bars Initiative has been working diligently to bring to higher standards of …

Suffolk County Police today arrested a Bohemia man for sexual contact with two 13-year-old females earlier this year. Brendan Sullivan had sexual contact with two 13-year-old females on separate …

There are some true advantages to letter writing. Just ask Neil Schlosser, 67, a former Patchogue resident since 2010, now residing at Suffolk Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Patchogue …

Bill Rowse loved his hometown of Patchogue and the area so much he would drive the shoreline along Middle Road from Corey Beach to Sandspit to Mascot Dock, and then to his breakfast place every …

Patchogue Village is aiming to become energy awesome. The village signed a project development agreement last week with Johnson Controls for a detailed energy audit after village board approval on …

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