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There is no better fit for the next Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce’s St. Patrick’s Day parade grand marshal spot than deacon Marty McIndoe. Not only does he take pride in his over …

In an effort to encourage members of the community to experience all their library has to offer, while also incentivizing shopping locally—and supporting small businesses—the South …

This was the first Midnight on Main since the pandemic, and revelers weren’t letting the rain dampen their spirits, as they gathered to enjoy Patchogue Village’s ahead-of-its-time and …

On Thursday, Nov. 10 at 6.p.m., almost 100 people gathered at the Congregational Church of Patchogue located at 95 East Main Street for an evening of friendship and food that put the …

Gallo began small, just like Patchogue Village itself did 20 years ago. One could say that Gallo and Patchogue Village both grew and prospered together from modest beginnings, with Gallo being one of …

On Saturday, October 15, the Patchogue Chamber of Commerce held their ninth annual Fall Festival. It was an ideal autumn day, crisp and sunny, with multicolored leaves lining a Main Street which …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their Fall Fest on Main Street on Saturday, Oct. 15, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be face and pumpkin painting, a petting zoo and music, …

Is it safe to assume almost every native Suffolk County Long Islander knows of, or has been to Magic Fountain in Mattituck? Though we all know the place with the painted-face ice cream cones and …

Golf carts were festooned with red, white, and blue adornments as attendees matched their vehicles wearing the patriotic colors, which were the theme of the 18th annual Kris Kringle Surf-N-Turf …

As the aphorism goes, “All roads lead to Rome,” and on Saturday, Sept. 10, this was certainly true for Main Street in Patchogue during the annual Italian Feast of Saint Liberata Festival, …

Next weekend, Sept. 23 through 25, marks the return of the St. John’s Greek Festival. The event has been a mainstay, annual event in Blue Point for over 40 years. After a brief drive-through …

“Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus,” is a line from the now-iconic editorial by Francis Pharcellus Church, titled “Is there a Santa Claus?,” which was featured in The Sun …

With 3,126 bottles of wine, 11,000-plus zeppoles, over 54,000 meatballs, just about 8,500 golf balls, and thousands of happy campers, this Sept. 22, the Patchogue Rotary Club and Fuoco family will …

After years in the planning, COVID-19 shutdowns, and the appointment of Patchogue’s first Latina trustee, Patchogue Village is finally ready to host its first-ever Hispanic heritage parade, set …

A festival atmosphere is one of the most iconic and idyllic scenes of summer, and Bellport Village more than understood the assignment with the annual Bellport Day Festival. The event is held every …

A picture is worth a thousand words, and Lynda Wagner’s winning photograph, selected in the 2022 Bellport Day Festival poster contest, says it all. It encapsulates the exultation of this …

We all want the best of both worlds, but must temper this desire with the understanding that we can’t have our cake and eat it, too. While this adage is true in most cases, at The Artisan in …

The scent of burgers and hot dogs filled the air at Robert Rowley Park in Bellport on Friday, July 15, as part of the Suffolk County Police Department Fifth Precinct’s Unity Day event. Suffolk …

Patchogue Village is emblematic of what a thriving downtown aspires to achieve, and this includes a plethora of bustling late-night restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues, where law-abiding …

As the summer season kicks into full gear, backyards will soon be filled for barbecues and pool days. While hamburgers and hot dogs are a staple of warm weather gatherings, a new must-have appetizer …

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