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‘A New World’ for a new season

“Songs for a New World,” Gateway’s inaugural 2021 season musical (July 14-31), began brewing last summer, said Michael Baker, Gateway’s acting school director and associate …

“Songs for A New World,” Gateway’s inaugural 2021 season musical (July 14-31), began brewing last summer, said Michael Baker Gateway’s Acting School Director and Associate …

It’s in the water most of the time. So Bellport Village is working with two movers to bring the pavilion at Ho-Hum Beach 100 to 150 yards north of where it is now. The latest version of the …

  Bellport Village is a summer staycation destination worth exploring—and it looks like this summer might be another one spent locally. It boasts camera-ready tree-lined streets; a …

The Bellport Chamber of Commerce will once again be hosting their annual Bellport Day celebration. The Village of Bellport approved the Saturday, July 31 date from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with road …

The entire place is inspired by all things Bellport, especially with local artists featured throughout the inn. Owner Ivana Newman also brings her Italian flare, including specially imported Rimini …

The sidewalks were going in on Atlantic Avenue in front of the Gleneagle Green at Bellport complex, the $30 million affordable housing project that includes nine buildings, 70 units, a community …

The painting, 15-by-8 feet, is riveting. Papay Solomon, a self-taught African painter, created “As We Are” as his inaugural exhibition piece. The subject is transporting, and you would …

The Village of Bellport elections were held on June 15 at the Community Center. Mayor Ray Fell (358 votes) and trustees Bob Rosenberg (330) and Mike Ferrigno (336) were all reelected after running …

“Attic,” a 72-by-60-inch acrylic on canvas painting by Adam Lowenbein, is mesmerizing. A gorgeous display of colors surround a man in an attic who decides to try on a red and white …

Village of Bellport Elections will be held on June 15 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Community Center. Mayor Ray Fell and trustees Bob Rosenberg and Mike Ferrigno will be running unopposed as incumbents for …

Kreamer Street principal Sean Clark’s wife, Laura Ciapi Clark, is in critical need of a kidney transplant. However, according to the recently created GoFundMe, which has garnered over $3,000 of …

Like a scene fresh out of “Schitt’s Creek,” with not an item out of place, there is something for everyone at Bellport Apothecary. Giovanni Naso and his partner Sharon Munson, with the …

Celebrating 29 years, the Village of Bellport is launching the 2021 Kids Camp, awaiting guidelines from New York State. According to mayor Ray Fell, the camp was able to run last year through the …

Ten oysters clustered in a circle could be seen at the bottom by a post in front of the Bellport Bay Yacht Club.  Talk about a serendipitous photo op! “This is a very rewarding …

Mayor Ray Fell said the board has started discussing installing electric car chargers.“We have the public parking lot space and down at the marina,” he said for possible future …

The Village of Bellport Zoning Board unanimously approved special permit requests made by the Bellport Brewing Co. at 14 Station Road for the use of their side yard for seating and outdoor games like …

East Patchogue-based retired attorney and creative mind Pauline Dubick-Hazard has adopted and presented a new project that is grabbing the attention of young neighborhood children: handcrafted …

Bellport’s Village Board tabled a proposal to regulate short-term rentals, which was set for a public hearing Mondy night. In lieu of the proposal, the village will sell ID cards to …

Last week, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced day and overnight camps can begin planning for summer reopening. According to the governor’s announcement, all facilities must submit reopening …

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