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Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce members and guests partied like it was 1924 on Tuesday night, February 20, when they gathered at James Joyce in Patchogue to celebrate the chamber’s 100th …

It was a miracle season for William Floyd, whose boys basketball team had an undefeated regular season at 20-0 and whose girls team went 19-1. Each won the Division I regular-season crown. But …

That Meetball Place was packed Sunday afternoon as people turned out to celebrate this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade grand marshals, Matt Lowe and Joe Palmeri, at a Passing of the Sash …

This past Sunday afternoon, Knights of Columbus 38 W in Patchogue hosted the fifth Special Abilities Valentine’s Re-Do Party. Attendees of all ages and their caregivers were invited to …

The Great South Bay Music Festival is back for their 16th anniversary. The four-day music and arts festival presented by Voodoo Ranger, will return to the newly revamped waterfront at Shorefront Park …

The Brand kids—Amber, Heather, Morgan, and Chelsea of Patchogue—enjoyed their snow day as did Patchogue resident Jaqueline Routh and her son, Benjamin. The weather forecast predicted …

About 150 hearty souls started Super Bowl Sunday with a dip in the chilly waters off Patchogue in the Patchogue Young Professionals fourth annual Polar Plunge. Some waded in tentatively. Others …

Doing Something About It Inc. will hold its sixth annual Cultural Empowerment Event on March 2 at the Bellport Boys & Girls Club from 4 to 7 p.m. The event comes during Women’s History …

From a recording studio in a tiny house on Detroit’s West Grand Boulevard, Berry Gordy’s Motown record label churned out, assembly line-style, an amazing list of iconic songs like …

In celebration of the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce’s official creation on March 3, 1924, the chamber will be hosting a re-enactment of the first meeting, where people originally …

The Bellport Girls varsity basketball team clinched a playoff spot with their recent back-to-back wins over Centereach and West Babylon.  “No one can stop us,” said senior power …

The Promenade to the Arts archway was officially installed in the Roe Walkway, between Stanley’s and Toast and behind Main Street in Patchogue Village this past December. “The arch is aptly …

Gateway’s musical, “Fiddler on the Roof,” opened in Bellport on Friday, buoyed by a radiance that poured forth from every actor, with Bruce Winant as Tevye at the helm, spinning the …

In a blast from the past, The Patchogue-Medford Library hosted a special event this past weekend celebrating the ‘80s and ‘90s computer games that shaped a generation. Downstairs, in …

Construction on Roe Park in Blue Point was originally to be completed in November of last year, but supply delays have pushed the new opening date to early March. “We’ve just been …

Once again, the Patchogue-Medford varsity cheerleading team has been invited to High School Nationals at Disney World in Florida this February. The team went for the first time in 20 years, last …

Patchogue-Medford alum Marcus Stroman will be on the pitcher’s mound at Yankee Stadium this coming season pitching for the home team. The two-time All-Star signed with the Yankees for two …

Rich Brown’s pro basketball journey took him to Spain, Australia, and Costa Rica as a player. Now, the Bellport High School alum can add a new line to his resume: owner of a pro basketball …

After years of work to attract a hotel proposition for the Village of Patchogue, mayor Paul Pontieri officially confirmed Hilton Hotels will be submitting a proposal before the village planning board …

There’s a lot to be said about a musical, namely “Fiddler on the Roof,” that lit up Broadway like a blazing comet in 1964, becoming the first longest-running Broadway show for …

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