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Avery owner accepts county offer

It’s been a long road to the finish line, but Charles Wakefield, owner of the historic 11.5-acre Avery property in East Patchogue, has agreed to the county’s offer of …

Sometimes, when you’re not looking, opportunity knocks. “We do a football trip every year,” said Village Idiot Pub owner John Sarno, of his journey last year to Philadelphia to …

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the season of giving is upon us. For our local nonprofit organizations and food pantries, this time of year is about providing local families in need with a …

William Schlosser passed away earlier this week at 97. The East Patchogue resident and member of American Legion Post 269 served the country during World War II and recently served as the oldest …

As far as election nights go, this was a comparably quiet one for Suffolk County Democrats, who gathered to watch results and celebrate victories at IBEW Local 25 in Hauppauge; however, victories …

The cool, fall weather on Sunday highlighted the bucolic beauty of the 11.5-acre Avery property, with its meandering trees, wishing well, two 19th-century buildings, and especially …

In accordance with the Marijuana Taxation Act, the Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees voted to opt out of both the allowing of retail cannabis dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption …

The villages of Patchogue and Bellport are gearing up for a monthlong celebration of fall, starting with scarecrow-building contests this weekend. If you seek crisp air, pumpkins and decorating, look …

The third annual Hispanic Heritage Festival was held at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts on Friday, Sept. 17. The extravaganza was packed with a full house, with many of the sponsors …

The lure of helping to direct the workings in a musical theatre didn’t make itself known right away for Jodi Giambrone. But her life-choice trajectory, singing and playing piano, eventually led …

Every year, for over 20 years, the Patchogue-Medford Congress of Teachers and Lions Club of Patchogue donate school supplies to the Patchogue-Medford School District.  These supplies are …

There’s no denying the wow factor inside Stage Door School of Dance. The lobby area has a cutting-edge Manhattan feel with its glam Art Deco parents’ sitting area, brown velvet couch, …

What has been lost is now found. For years, the 800-pound bronze Mt. Carmel church bell sat in a Patchogue garage, unknown to the members of the community and church. But it found no better a …

Since opening two weeks ago, business has been good for the new Casino Clams, a fresh-fish market on East Main Street. With a large selection of fresh seafood on ice and a steady trickle of customers …

During its last day in business, on Aug. 6, customers flowed in and out of Swan Bakery in East Patchogue to grab some final treats and wish owner Guy Gagliano well. Gagliano, who has owned the …

Since 2015, Debbie Loesch and her daughter, Brittany, have been supplying members of the Patchogue community with meals, clothing, and any other necessities with their nonprofit Angels of Long …

This year’s graduation carried the usual significance, as over 1,000 family members and guests watched the 659 students of the graduating class move one step closer to their futures and …

The Patchogue Zoning, Planning and Architectural Review boards approved the Birdies application. The new golf simulation business is proposed for the property located at 17-19 North Ocean Avenue, …

It’s time for East Patchogue’s overlay district, which will likely see redevelop- ment between Route 112 and Washing- ton Avenue/Conklin Avenue as soon as this fall. According to …

293 East Main Street in East Patchogue was an eyesore even prior to the fire, which deemed the building uninhabitable in 2019. Prior to the fire, a series of violation notices were sent out in 2018 …

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