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Calvin Pedatella is a top performer both on and off the field. The senior from Bellport High School was recently announced as the winner of the Top Scholar Athlete Award from the Suffolk County …

Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine and the Town of Brookhaven will soon be submitting a short list for federal infrastructure funding grants, including North Bellport sewering as No. 1. “There …

This weekend, on Saturday, March 5, the Long Island Decoy Collectors Association will be hosting their 50th annual Antique Decoy, Fishing and Sporting Collectibles Show. The event will take place …

Bellport High School students had the unique opportunity to participate in a special presentation by former NFL player Marlon Forbes on Feb. 17 as part of a Black History Month celebration at the …

Johnnie Booker III, Bellport High School senior, recently played on the 2022 Dream All-American Bowl at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, in Arlington, Texas. Johnnie played his game …

The Bellport wrestling team won the League IV tournament on Saturday at Hauppauge. The Clippers qualified 10 wrestlers for the Suffolk County Tournament of Feb. 12 and 13. Bellport crowned …

Venice has been beckoning The Something Machine’s Jeffrey Uslip and Esther Flury. Uslip, co-curator with Keith Sciberras, is part of the team creating the “Diplomazija Astuta” …

Dr. Joseph Giani made a promise back in 2013. And it was one he has certainly kept. “It’s a wonderful community. I am not one that bounces around,” he said, noting that upon …

On Jan. 19, Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk presented a local family with the keys to a home in Bellport. Mariela Calderon, a single mother, was presented with the keys to the home on Provost Avenue …

Teens and preteens got an education in local government when they attended a Local Government 101 seminar at South Country Library, hosted by Jack Nix, young adult librarian. Nix was joined by Nancy …

Each year, the Long Island Advance solicits nominations for our Inspiration Award winner. During this time, we seek people who take it upon themselves to make a difference in their …

There are some stories that make you proud to be part of a community, giving you that warm, fuzzy feeling inside—this is one of those stories. It takes place at the Boys & Girls Club of the …

The Bellport Chamber of Commerce’s biggest change for 2022 will probably be the appointment of three vice presidents, said current vice president LuAnn Thompson. “It’s a lot of …

Steve Mackin, a Bellport Village trustee and firefighter, took a one-vote lead over incumbent Richard Terwilliger and won a five-year commissioner term with Bellport Fire District, after claiming …

The Gallery at Marquee Projects Inc. kept their doors open last year in spite of the pandemic’s wallop. “We had eight exhibits, outdoor talks and openings abundant with Bellport …

The Gleneagle Green affordable housing application workshop location has been changed to the Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport Area. The workshop will still take place on Jan. 6 from 6:30 to 9 …

With the pandemic continuing and supply chain issues, this Christmas was about savoring what you got, whenever it got there. The Long Island Advance asked readers to submit photos for a contest of …

As the New Year approaches, those awaiting lottery applications for the Gleneagle Green affordable housing apartment complex on Atlantic Avenue in Bellport will have their chance, online on Jan. 1 …

Looking for activities to ring in the New Year? Every town, from Patchogue to Oakdale, has you covered. Patchogue Midnight on Main The event will start at 7 p.m. on Main Street in Patchogue …

Fire districts across Long Island held their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Below are the compiled results. Blue Point Incumbent Peter Miller was reelected with 123 votes to …

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