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A reception was held on Saturday, April 6 at DIME Savings Bank in Patchogue on Main Street for the paradoxically daring and comforting interactive installation exhibit by Beth Giacummo titled, …

Marcus Stroman grew up in Medford and graduated from Pat-Med High School in 2009. Stroman grew up a Yankees fan and his dream of wearing the pinstripes at the baseball cathedral on East 161st Street …

Going into the showdown with Bayport-Blue Point, Sayville was 5-0 for the season. “BBP is the defending state champions, they were the toughest to play,” said coach Gary Jensen, who …

Adults and kids positively delved into the creative universe when it came to the Easter Bonnet & Crazy Hat Parade in Bellport. Bellport Chamber co-president LuAnn Thompson reported that at …

More than 200 youngsters turned out at Patchogue’s Father Tortora Park on Saturday for the village’s 24th annual Bunny Run and Easter egg hunt. At noon, youngsters ages 4 to 6 raced …

The Patchogue Lioness Lions Foundation will be hosting their 20th annual Walk for a Guide Dog on Sunday, May 19 at 9 a.m., rain or shine. All the proceeds will go to sponsor a puppy at the Guide Dog …

The Town of Brookhaven has proposed a park to be located on the site of the former Plaza Theater located on East Main Street. The site is currently a vacant lot owned by the town that has since been …

On Saturday, March 30, the official grand opening for Billy’s Park, formerly Roe Park, in Blue Point, was held with members of the Schettino family, elected officials, and community residents. …

The Hamlet Organic Garden (HOG) farm in Brookhaven Hamlet welcomed the Easter bunny and anyone who wanted to hunt for eggs on Saturday, bringing smiles to many local children and families who were …

During GiGi’s Playhouse’s third annual Black-tie Gala, held on March 16, congressman Andrew Garbarino (R) announced that he had secured a $1 million federal grant for the organization. …

Suffolk Cooperative Library System and St. Joseph’s University in Patchogue are partnering on a free event on Saturday, April 13, for young readers to hear from and meet some of their favorite …

The Patchogue-Medford School District held a ribbon cutting to inaugurate its new Academic and Career Explorers (ACES) life skills classroom at Patchogue-Medford High School. The double-classroom …

The Patchogue Arts Council is now accepting application for their PEACE (Partners in Education, Arts, & Community Empowerment) Project program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Education …

The Patchogue Lioness Lions Foundation will be hosting their 20th annual Walk for a Guide Dog on Sunday, March 19 at 9 a.m., rain or shine. All the proceeds will go to sponsor a puppy at the Guide …

It’s a Wednesday afternoon at Patchogue-Medford High School and students are in the school auditorium rehearsing the pair of one-act plays they’ll be performing on April 5. The …

For fans of movies from the ‘80s and ‘90s, nostalgia seems to be where it’s at with conventions to reboots, and fan group pages across social media… and now the Patchogue …

Local author Amy Nicole has recently released her children’s book “An Apple a Day,” published by Pegasus. The book is her third published book. It can be found in paperback for …

For Career Week at South Country Elementary Schools in Bellport, students met with community leaders and also enjoyed Spirit Week revolving around careers and colleges. A special visitor, who …

The goal of this year’s Patchogue-Medford High School baseball team is to make it back to the playoffs and go further than last season when they were swept by Commack in the Suffolk Class AA …

New York State legislators are hearing loud voices coming from Long Island colleges and universities, who are demanding that recently proposed legislation for schools include provisions for higher …

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