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First-ever Hispanic Heritage parade this weekend!

This weekend, Sunday, Oct. 2, Patchogue Village will be hosting their first-ever Hispanic Heritage parade on Main Street. The first grand marshal of the parade has been announced as Joselo Lucero, …

The villages of Patchogue and Bellport are gearing up for a monthlong celebration of fall, starting with scarecrow-building contests this weekend. If you seek crisp air, pumpkins and decorating, look …

Few items of clothing are more of an iconic staple, symbolizing American fashion and pop culture, than the understated and versatile T-shirt. This most ubiquitous of apparel items has origins which …

President Peter Feehan and in-coming president Robert Weber are happy to announce, together with mayor Paul Pontieri and the Village of Patchogue trustees, notably parks commissioner Joseph Keyes, to …

The Brookhaven Great South Bay Lions Club donated backpacks, blankets, school supplies, and playground equipment to the Patchogue Early Head Start programs. Patchogue Early Head Start programs …

“The poem, the song, the picture, is only water drawn from the well of the people, and it should be given back to them in a cup of beauty so that they may drink—and in drinking understand …

The fair takes place on Terry Street in Patchogue Village, surrounding the Artspace building at 20 Terry Street on Sept. 25, from 1 to 6 p.m. Arts on Terry (AOT) is a contemporary art fair for all …

Much optimism surrounds varsity Bellport Clippers football in 2022. A year ago featured a terrific fall 2021 campaign with a 7-1 regular season record, where they hoisted a trophy after a 13-0 …

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 …

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, …

Sept. 11 is now known as Patriot Day, when the world mourns and remembers the sacrifices U.S. citizens and service members made on that day, which is indelibly carved into our collective …

Students returned to class in the South Country School District on Tuesday, Sept. 6. To commemorate this annual rite of passage, we asked members of the district to send in their best back-to-school …

Whenever something happens with the royal house of Windsor, all of England turns into a small town. What I love most about covering our small towns is exactly the spirit that is fueling the …

“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 …

Every year, for nearly 25 years, the Patchogue-Medford Congress of Teachers and Lions Club of Patchogue donate school supplies to the Patchogue-Medford School District. These supplies are provided to …

In “Wabi Sabi: The Japanese Art of Impermanence,” Andrew Juniper describes wabi sabi as “an intuitive appreciation of ephemeral beauty in the physical world that reflects the …

Pat-Med schools headed back to school on Friday, Sept. 2. We have compiled community submissions of kids on their first day.

On Aug. 12, supervisor Ed Romaine and councilman Neil Foley were on hand for the completion of the fish passage at Swan Lake in Patchogue. The final step in the project was new landscaping with …

An anticipated feast with al fresco dining, food trucks, and zeppoles is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 10, during the St. Liberata Fest after a parade. The celebration will continue on Main Street in …

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