East Patchogue
56 results total, viewing 41 - 56

Anthony Rodia won’t be doing his hilarious Italian characters. But he will be hilariously funny. Rodia, who crafted his current blockbuster career via social media savvy and stand-up …

Patsy Lester, 48, of Patchogue, as well as a teacher at East Islip High School, recently competed on “Jeopardy.” Her episode aired on Jan. 7 and was filmed in November of 2021. The …

The Patchogue Young Professionals are bringing back the Patchogue Polar Plunge in 2022. Their second annual plunge will happen on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 13.  The event will also feature a …

Eating out at one of Patchogue’s many restaurants is a great pleasure in life—anyone who has spent a mealtime there knows this. But even better than eating in one of Patchogue’s …

It’s been a long, bittersweet, illuminating road for Campbell Dalglish’s documentary “Savage Land.” The East Patchogue filmmaker, writer, producer, playwright, and City …

Who is ready for 2022? But, before we enter the New Year, it’s a good time to look back at some of the stories that made it into our papers in 2021. January Our local veterans received …

Legis. Rob Calarco leaves his post with an impressive list of accomplishments. Although he was a bit reluctant to name them, here’s a list of some of the major projects we’ve written …

Yes, Virginia. There are examples of elected officials on both sides of the aisle who work together to craft good results for their constituents. Suffolk County Legis. Rob Calarco, a Democrat, and …

In 2011, when Patchogue Village announced its wastewater expansion, from 500,000 gallons per day to 800,000 gallons per day, that project was put in place to advance the economic growth on Main …

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 …

« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.