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Gateway shows at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts ended this year after blockbuster productions like “The Cher Show,” and “A Christmas Carol.”  Their …

Michael Baker, The Gateway’s ebullient Acting School director/associate artistic director, is leaving his storied run at the theatre, since March 2005, to take over a family …

The Anthony Parlato Tournament, named after the former vice president of the Moriches Community Center, was hosted by Center Moriches High School on Dec. 28 and 29. Both the varsity and junior …

Sometimes, the best mentors are those who have overcome their own struggles and are now equipped to guide the next generation in avoiding some of the same pitfalls that they themselves narrowly …

From the whimsical to the adorable and the heartwarming, here are just a handful of the most iconic holiday snapshots submitted to the Long Island Advance. The outpouring of holiday photos was a …

Several beloved holiday traditions were revived this year after a pandemic hiatus spanning several seasons. The annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along held at the Congregational Church of Patchogue, …

After the former athletic coordinator of the Bellmore-Merrick team won the Long Island Championship in Nassau for girls flag football, Anthony Cracco, as the new Patchogue-Medford School District …

Amber Corrigan (pictured) poses as the Elegant Snow Queen in Seiskaya Ballet’s “The Nutcracker.” A Long Island native, Corrigan grew up in Patchogue. She now lives in New York City, …

Edna White is a very busy lady. The 58-year-old, who lives in Riverhead, is the president of the Gordon Heights Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Chairperson at the NAACP of Brookhaven, and …

The audience was grabbed when Marley’s ghost drifted down to the expansive Patchogue Theatre stage, a wild, white-haired specter, ghost-faced with red lips, warning Scrooge on Christmas Eve. …

It was a disappointment to many in Bellport Village when the annual Christmas parade had to be cancelled at the last minute, on Dec. 3, due to unfortunate weather conditions. However, this made …

After years of community requests to install a soccer field within the Village of Patchogue, trustees Joseph Keyes and the Parks Department confirmed construction will begin this spring 2023. The …

Wreaths from the Bellport Village’s annual wreath contest are now up on Main Street’s poles and other areasthroughout Bellport Village’s Business District, each hand-decorated by …

After years of no Midnight on Main, Patchogue Village’s unique and the family-friendly ball rise at 9 p.m. on Main Street, is to make its comeback this New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31. Last …

Patchogue Village’s Parks and Recreation director Maria Giustizia, or rather, “Santa’s helper,” will be once again collecting letters to the big guy dressed in red with a mail …

After the Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees passed a resolution to award a $3.71 million BID for the work at Shorefront Park for the living shoreline as well as the Little Creek restoration, VHB …

There is art that calms. There is art that provokes. There is art that inspires. Rarely does every piece in a collection manage to do all three, but on display at the Museum of …

In 2016, the E.O.C of Suffolk CEO Adrian Fassett donated funds to purchase the original 12-foot Village of Patchogue tree, located at the Capital One Plaza on Main Street, to be utilized during the …

The Yaphank Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary held their 14th annual Christmas parade and tree lighting on Saturday, Dec. 3. The tree lighting directly followed the end of the parade at the gazebo

Hundreds of people on Sunday, Dec. 4, gathered at Shorefront Park for Patchogue’s annual Santa’s 5-K Toy Trot. The event not only helps to donate tons of toys to impoverished children, …

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