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Temple Beth El to host services on March 1

If you’re Jewish and haven’t been in synagogue for a while, Temple Beth El in Patchogue invites you to come check out a special service on Friday night, March 1. That night, the more …

Dolphus Knowles is the oldest member of VFW Post 8300 in East Patchogue and celebrated his long life with his family and fellow veterans last Saturday. Officially, he turned 100 on Wednesday. …

Celebrating 100 years of the Pattersquash Gunning Club By Nicole Fuentes This weekend, on Saturday, March 2, the Long Island Decoy Collectors Association will be hosting their 52nd …

Four Patchogue Village public safety officers, Sgt. Joseph O’Connell, Sgt. Dominic Surinaga, officer Alexander Iacono-Hall and officer Marcus Gipson, stopped a car driving down Main Street …

Earlier this month, New York Cancer & Blood Specialists sought a special permit with the Patchogue Village Zoning Board for health-related services at 214 East Main Street at the corner of East Main Street and …

Ivor Parker and Karen Plaza have been together for 20 years and treat each day as if it were Valentine’s Day. Recently, Karen knew something was very wrong with her partner when suddenly …

The Brand kids—Amber, Heather, Morgan, and Chelsea of Patchogue—enjoyed their snow day as did Patchogue resident Jaqueline Routh and her son, Benjamin. The weather forecast predicted …

About 150 hearty souls started Super Bowl Sunday with a dip in the chilly waters off Patchogue in the Patchogue Young Professionals fourth annual Polar Plunge. Some waded in tentatively. Others …

The authorized project provides for hurricane protection and beach erosion control along five reaches of the south shore of Long Island between Fire Island Inlet and Montauk Point, a distance of …

Fame and Rebel, a Main Street women’s clothing store, announced their closure at 89 East Main Street in Patchogue Village, earlier this year, citing concerns. Owner Alana Miletti explained …

Modifications and updates are being made to the Blue Point Preserve by the Town of Brookhaven Parks Department following an Americans with Disabilities (ADA) compliance audit conducted in the past …

Suffolk County district attorney Raymond A. Tierney recently announced that Randheer Shewprashad, 25, of Patchogue, pleaded guilty to criminal sale of a controlled substance in the second degree and …

Construction on Roe Park in Blue Point was originally to be completed in November of last year, but supply delays have pushed the new opening date to early March. “We’ve just been …

Some people were born to be doctors, lawyers, artists, or athletes, and some animals were born to be therapy animals—comforting strangers, building community, and bringing joy to all they …

It may have been raining cats and dogs on Sunday, but Saturday was a good day to go home with one. Last Chance Animal Rescue hosted two of their weekly pet adoption events in Patchogue on …

Back in 2018, Long Island Community Hospital, an NYU Langone affiliate, sold the West Main Street hemodialysis building while maintaining the service. At that time, there was talk about moving …

In Patchogue, Super Bowl Sunday is celebrated with wings, dips, beer, and… polar plunges. On Sunday, Feb. 11, get freezin’ for a reason with the Patchogue Young Professionals at the …

Early on Jan. 10, a nor’easter brought in severe rain and strong winds, causing major flooding. Since then, Brookhaven Town supervisor Daniel J. Panico declared a state of emergency effective …

Louis L. Giordano, of Medford, died on Dec. 11, 2023, at the age of 77. Services were held in December at St. Joseph the Worker R.C. Church in East Patchogue, and he was buried at the Calverton …

Aspects of loneliness can be unexpectedly transformative. So says Congregational Church of Patchogue pastor Dwight Lee Wolter. Besides his recent book about the subject, “The Gospel of …

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