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During his early January swearing in as Brookhaven Town supervisor, Daniel J. Panico announced plans to improve North Bellport residents’ access to the ferry and Ho-Hum Beach on Fire Island, a …

In Patchogue, Super Bowl Sunday is celebrated with wings, dips, beer, and… polar plunges. On Sunday, Feb. 11, get freezin’ for a reason with the Patchogue Young Professionals at the …

The Bellport varsity boys wrestling team won the League IV dual meet championship on Jan. 10, beating Smithtown West by a score of 31-30. The winners included Thomas Smith (108-pound weight …

The Bellport girls basketball team is closing in on a playoff spot, which would be the Clippers’ first appearance in the postseason in several years. The Clippers, in third place in League III, …

The Patchogue-Medford Hall of Fame (PMHOF) announces its seventh annual Induction Ceremony for its 2024 Class. The May 3rd event will honor outstanding individuals who have made significant …

Island Dreams Coffee Roaster owner Vin Loscalzo officially opened the café this past week to eager fans at the Bayport-Blue Point Library. “We had 325 sales since Monday,” Loscalzo …

Aspects of loneliness can be unexpectedly transformative. So says Congregational Church of Patchogue pastor Dwight Lee Wolter. Besides his recent book about the subject, “The Gospel of …

Few visual artists can boast a resume as varied as Kathleen Deyo. In a career that spans decades, Deyo has created dozens of murals—a commission to paint the ceiling of a Washington, D.C., …

On Saturday, Jan. 13, the Patchogue Arts Council debuted their new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Terry Street, “A Tapestry of Contemporary African Art.” The exhibit …

On the night of Thursday, Jan. 11, on their home court, the Pat-Med Raiders proved they can take a punch and come back strong. After losing 90-53 the night before to first-place William Floyd, …

A couple of weeks ago the New York Times ran their annual “Best of” in the various categories of the arts. When I went to read television’s best of 2023, I realized that I was now …

In a quiet diner off Route 112, I sat across from Mike Tesoriero—president and founder of The Newspaper Museum, a vast collection of print publications stretching from present day to as far …

Pat Cannone grew up in Bayport, graduated from Bayport-Blue Point High School in 2004, and was a hockey forward for 11 professional seasons. Cannone attended Miami University in Ohio and post-college …

The turn from one year to the next marks a special time in which people celebrate the past year and welcome what is to come—and those that attended Midnight on Main got to celebrate twice. At …

These Patchogue shakers and movers shared insightful and humorous comments about their   intentions for 2024. Here they are. Patchogue mayor Paul Pontieri “It’s more goals …

Patchogue-Medford got off to a 9-0 start and never gave up the lead in a 65-46 non-league win at Half Hollow Hills West on Dec. 28. The Raiders move into the new year and the heart of conference …

The Cortland Red Dragons won their first-ever football national championship last Friday night vs. North Central in Salem, Va. Cortland won the NCAA Division III National Championship with a 14-1 …

My New Year’s Day in 2024 kicked off with a Center for Environmental Education and Discovery nature walk, led by Ranger Eric. Twenty-two people showed up at 10 a.m., raring to go. The …

In an effort to minimize the number of street closures, this year, the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce has obtained Village of Patchogue approval to host their annual Family Fun Winter …

I still have yet to watch the last season of “Boardwalk Empire,” and it broadcast in 2014. There is a part of me that gets attached to a show like a new group of friends I’ve …

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