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For graduating high school seniors, going to the prom is a rite of passage, a night of memories they’ll long remember. But for students who can’t afford a prom dress or a suit, or …

Canine Companions in Medford will be celebrating their 15th anniversary celebration of their state-of-the-art training facility in Medford on Aug. 12. Special guest will include Jamy …

Pat-Med Raider Baseball hosted their annual camp at the Sipp Avenue Baseball Complex, the home of NPMYAC Little League. Over 160 kids spent each week learning from both current players and alumni. …

After thousands of hours, Patchogue Village’s Shorefront Park living shoreline project is finally complete. The project officially celebrated its unveiling just in time for the summer and the …

Temperatures that soared into the 90s didn’t stop folks from turning out for another successful Bellport Day on July 29. The Bellport Chamber of Commerce sponsors the annual event, which drew a …

The title character in Jonathan Warsh’s new children’s book, “Moon Potato,” is one smart spud. The plucky potato has an important mission. The president tasks him to fly …

It’s not too late to take part in Patchogue-Medford Library’s free summer lunch program for children and teens. The library offers the program weekdays from noon to 1 p.m. on the …

Area churches, community organizations, and the Suffolk County Police Department’s Fifth Precinct partnered to host Bellport’s second annual Unity Day on July 21. The free event was held …

Four-year-old Skylar Skippon held a lemonade stand a few weeks ago on a hot summer day. According to her parents Katie, a Suffolk County police officer, and John, a Medford EMT, and Farmingville …

This past weekend, people from all over Long Island came together to embrace a shared love that unites us all: music. From July 20 to 23, The Great South Bay Music Festival rocked Shorefront Park in …

Former Bellport High School basketball star Arella Guirantes turned in a stellar performance at the recent FIBA Women’s AmeriCup tournament in Leon, Mexico. Guirantes paced all scorers in …

The Bellport Chamber of Commerce will once again be hosting their annual Bellport Day celebration. The Village of Bellport approved the Saturday, July 29 date from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with road …

 At its recent reorganization meeting, the Patchogue-Medford School District Board of Education unanimously appointed its president and vice president, Marc Negrin and Diana Andrade, …

Tired of binge-watching home makeover shows on TV? Take a break and rediscover the joys of watching a classic film on the big screen when Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center in Patchogue …

Magic Fountain’s ice cream tastes noticeably different. And while as a frequent flyer, I have chocked it up to magic, destination, and my overall love for the cold stuff, the reporter in …

A host of area churches, community organizations, and the Suffolk County Police Department’s Fifth Precinct are partnering to host Bellport’s second annual Unity Day on July 21. The …

The annual Bellport Bay 5K race was held in the rain on Sunday, July 9, with 513 finishers. Although rain in the height of the summer is discouraging to most folks, the runners no doubt appreciated …

The Patchogue Lions Club’s Fourth of July parade is one of the highlights of summer for Patchogue residents, and Tuesday’s parade didn’t disappoint. Even the weather …

If you attended Patchogue’s Fourth of July parade, you couldn’t miss the brassy sounds of the New Wave Drum & Bugle Corps as it marched up Main Street. The corps’ 40 …

This June, Terry Stevens, a 30-plus year veteran of Bayport-Blue Point School District, retired from her post at Blue Point Elementary and was honored by her students, coworkers, and family, who all …

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