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After years of community requests to install a soccer field within the Village of Patchogue, trustees recently announced preliminary discussions to do so. Groundbreaking is expected this fall, …

In the wake of the Texas elementary school tragedy, just 10 days after another massacre at a Buffalo supermarket, while also remembering the Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Sandy Hook shootings, parents …

On Thursday, June 9, the Town of Brookhaven held an open house at the Henrietta Acampora Recreation Center in Blue Point for the new Local Waterfront Revitalization Program funded by the New York …

In honor of National Mental Health Awareness month in May, coach Shannon Maloney, South Ocean Middle School health teacher, and her South Ocean Middle School softball team of girls helped raise …

On Friday, June 3, National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone and the Suffolk County Police Department held a press conference highlighting the ways the police …

Because the village’s hub is located right on Main Street in Patchogue, it is easier for many people to bike around the village than drive and not find somewhere to park, said library …

This Saturday, residents gathered for a big Bellport Village Ho-Hum cleanup. Pictured are village resident volunteers who filled eight garbage bags of litter and debris. Thanks to Marc Rauch, …

The Suffolk County Water Authority is hoping to bring some attention to two taxpayer and water-quality protection bills in front of the state Legislature this session, which wraps in June. S956 …

Karissa O’Brien, RN,Unit 2 North/South As a nurse on one of Long Island Community Hospital’s busiest units, O’Brien’s co-workers praise her for her enthusiasm and …

We asked our readers to let us know what they admire most about the nurses in their lives who serve our community. Here are the responses: Karen Edmondson of East Patchogue, school nurse at …

On a warm spring day with a slight chill in the air, a plot of land north of the Patchogue Village Parks and Recreation building laid with 14 holes in the ground was waiting to be filled. The …

On the Friday prior to Easter, residents at Suffolk Center on Schoenfeld Boulevard in Patchogue took part in an Easter egg hunt.  This fun activity took place on a mild afternoon on the back …

Sadly, there is no denying that tragedy has struck our community with multiple youth suicides, the latest victim to succumb an elementary-school child. Handling mental health issues is …

What’s more romantic than flowers? Restocking an entire lake with native fish for your wife, who loves to fish. “We bought this house because the lake was nice and we were able to …

It’s three days and counting for the Patchogue Village Business Improvement District’s farmers’ market, which will make its seventh-season return on Sunday, May 1. The …

It’s not a shock to anyone that the Long Island real estate market is the highest and most competitive it’s ever been. Still facing the repercussions of a pandemic, rent and sale prices …

Jonathan Satava, owner and operator of Peak Jujitsu, was first introduced to jujitsu at 18 years old. Jujitsu is a form of self defense and an art form, which focuses on getting an attacker into …

If you’re looking for the nostalgia of an old-school beauty shop, go no further than Main Street, Patchogue, to Tricia’s Hair Galleria. Why Galleria and not salon? Well, the name …

Village of Patchogue mayor Paul Pontieri announced recently that the village has been awarded $3,500,000 in EPA Clean Water funds through Congressionally Directed Spending for the expansion of its …

The new Hospital Road Bridge, according to the Brookhaven Town Highway Department, will be built with traffic diversion construction, which means that it will be built next to the old bridge. …

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