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Downtown Patchogue was a sea of green Sunday, from the green stripe painted down the middle of Main Street to the people who lined the sidewalks to cheer on marchers in the village’s annual St. …

This year brings promises of a spring packed with Easter happenings. Below is a compiled list of some of the local events this spring. Bunny Run and Easter Egg Hunt, Patchogue Village …

The Port Jefferson hotspot Spy Coast Kitchen & Cocktails has officially taken over Minnesota’s on Main Street in Patchogue Village—with a rebranding to make the joint family friendly. …

This past Sunday, March 17, the Harbor Crab Co. in Patchogue hosted its second annual St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser. Members of the community came out in support of five local kids and their …

Patchogue-Medford School District held their annual Stick It to Cancer floor hockey tournament. This year’s tournament was dedicated to Paulina, a 10th-grade student at Patchogue-Medford High …

Shirley resident and owner of Freshy Fresh Bagels, Will Backhaus, and his son Joshua, 22, a William Floyd High School graduate, will open their second location at the former Spicy’s chicken …

Jarell White is one of the greatest players in Bellport High School history. White, who graduated in 2019, holds the school’s boys basketball mark for career points and career rebounds. …

If moviegoers find Sean Penn a convincing New York City EMT in the new film “Asphalt City,” Bellport native Eric Cardamone had a lot to do with it. Cardamone, who is EMS director at Wyckoff …

Two Canaan Elementary School fifth graders have been selected to showcase their work at the Long Island Museum of American Art, History, and Carriages’ prestigious student art exhibition. Keira …

The Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport Area will hold its sixth annual Legacy Celebration on April 6 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The event will be at the club at 471 Atlantic Avenue in Bellport and …

The Town of Brookhaven has announced that the Brookhaven Animal Shelter and Adoption Center will provide $65 adoptions during the “I-rish I Had a Home” St. Patrick’s event (March 16 …

“Trapper, this is not goodbye, it’s see you later,” Kirsten Holley said as she handed Trapper’s leash to Karen Steelman. Surrounded by loved ones and furry friends, three …

Last year, Bayport-Blue Point girls varsity lacrosse had a historic season, and this year they look to emulate their success. BBP is seeking their fifth   consecutive championship season. They …

A smart desk for students, a self-heating-and-cooling bean bag chair, and an app that helps people find the perfect gift. Those are some of the winning ideas in this year’s sixth-annual …

The hard-working ball bearing got its due in Bellport Village Monday. Mayor Maureen Veitch, joined by the Bellport-Brookhaven Historical Society (BBHS), proclaimed March 13 to be Ball Bearing …

Bayport-Blue Point High School student Taylor DiBiase competed alongside college students in Buffalo earlier this month at the American Culinary Federation Northeast Regional Student Pastry Chef of …

Bellport’s exciting playoff run ended Sunday in a 47-41 loss to Westhampton in the Suffolk AA championship game. But while the Clippers’ season is over, they have plenty of things to …

With a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for Saturday, March 30, Billy’s Park, named after Blue Point resident Billy Schettino, who tragically died, has already had a resurgent effect on the …

Down syndrome is the largest chromosomal disability in America, yet it is the least funded. GiGi’s Playhouse Inc. was established with the mission to change the way the world views Down …

Spring is almost in full swing at the Holtsville Ecology Site & Animal Preserve. Brookhaven Highway superintendent Dan Losquadro has announced upcoming dates for both pee-wee and adult gardening …

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