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Pat-Med comeback falls short

Patchogue-Medford came into its road game against Walt Whitman having already clinched a playoff spot, but without Angel Redding, its leading scorer. Redding, who averages 18 points and eight …

Students, council members, friends and family alike gathered at the Brookhaven Town Hall to enjoy a sense of community and celebrate Black History Month, which runs through February. Despite the cold …

There’s a lot to be said about a musical, namely “Fiddler on the Roof,” that lit up Broadway like a blazing comet in 1964, becoming the first longest-running Broadway show for …

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 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 …

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 …

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 …

Bellport traveled to Smithtown West on Dec. 21 for a League 3 game against one of the county’s top teams and most prolific scorers. Smithtown West’s fast-break offense, strong …

The Patchogue Tuesday Ladies Club donated toys and items for the women and children being housed at Mercy Ministries’ three shelters. They also gave a $500 donation to help purchase additional …

Twelve incredibly talented William Floyd student musicians were recently selected to perform in the annual New York State Band Directors Association’s (NYSBDA) Symposium in Syracuse, N.Y., on …

The William Floyd boys varsity basketball team took a dominating 78-16 win over Central Islip last week. The Colonials are off to a great start this season, owning a perfect 5-0 overall record and, …

Last Wednesday evening, the Harbor Crab Co. in Patchogue hosted its 19th annual Kris Kringle fundraiser. This year, they raised over $150,000, which would go on to help 19 families this holiday …

Harmony Café and Eileen’s Home for the Holidays are gearing up to serve hundreds of holiday meals to the community this week. Harmony Café will serve a free takeout dinner at …

What better way to offer some volunteerism than to babysit an adorable puppy? But not just any puppy—an in-training Canine Companions Labrador retriever, golden retriever, or a cross of the two …

Thirty-eight song favorites with wow-wee singers, imaginative skits, gorgeous costumes adorned with sequins and tulle, and skating with elegant and impossible lifts and spins, mesmerized a recent …

Bellport Village’s annual wreath contest is currently on display throughout the Business District. Each wreath has been hand-decorated by dozens of residents and their families. Judging will be …

Every year, Bellport’s Lighthouse Mission teams up with the South Country School District’s social workers and hands out thousands of free gifts to local families in need.  Each …

You can drive into Bellport Village at night and witness the glow from 4,500 LED lights framing Main Street shops. It’s the third year the stores have been framed in white lights at …

Ever since his days on the Pat-Med basketball team, it’s been Tim Trava’s goal to coach the Raiders basketball squad. The 2000 Pat-Med graduate and member of the school’s Hall …

The most wonderful time of the year got off to a great start Saturday night as the Village of Patchogue held its 61st annual Christmas parade. Temperatures in the low 40s didn’t keep the …

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