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Scientists at Stony Brook University have completed their assessment of water quality in Long Island’s surface waters for 2023. The findings were released during a press conference held at …

The Baking Coach owner and founder, Lisa Basini, said inspiration to start the nonprofit of her baking lesson company, Recipes 4 Learning Inc., initially came from students who took her community …

The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Locale Gastro Bar and Pizzette will be hosting their first annual “Pridesgiving,” the first-ever dinner party event. …

Only about 25 percent of properties in Suffolk County are connected to sewers, compared with three-quarters in Nassau County. That was one of the takeaways from a presentation Suffolk County …

Works of art transcend viewers, either by scene or pose, brush strokes or color. But last Friday night, at the Islip Arts Council Gallery’s closing reception of “Limitless: Healing Cancer …

Save The Great South Bay, a local 501(c)3 environmental non-profit, is launching the South Shore Bays Unified Water Stud y, a pilot program using an innovative water quality monitoring protocol. This …

The 50-acre landfill is Brookhaven Town property, located at 350 Horseblock Road in Yaphank, was expected to close by 2024, but due to space and New York State engineers, will not close until …

One hundred thousand dollars in donations are needed for 29-year-old, lifelong Patchogue resident Jake Lipponer, in a medical fundraiser held by Help Hope Live, for a wheelchair-accessible van that …

Braemar Senior Living recently told their nearly 200 residents they are removing their personal landlines citing technical changes going from copper cables to fiber optics. Earlier this week, …

Construction of the new Hospital Road bridge over Sunrise Highway is entering the final stages, according to the New York State Department of Transportation, with concrete being poured on the last …

As part of a legislative committee initiative, Patchogue-Medford School District administrators recently met with a group of state and local elected officials, as well as representatives from …

They popped up on wanted posters all over Long Island and New York State, grossed out hundreds of New Yorkers who often used a broom to sweep them from sidewalks, and they love to hitch a ride on …

Organization leaders from the NAACP, Citizens Campaign for the Environment and Brookhaven Landfill Action and Remediation Group organized with over 40 community members for a protest outside the …

Back in 2018, current senator, former assemblyman Dean Murray and then-assemblyman, now congressman Andrew Garbarino announced a total of $3 million awarded to the Patchogue Village train station …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone recently announced the county will issue a request for proposal (RFP) for the development of a new Seaweed Cultivation Program in Peconic Bay and Gardiners Bay. …

Human trafficking is happening in Suffolk County and often goes unrecognized. That was the message from a conference the Town of Brookhaven’s Office of Women’s Services held Saturday …

Annual membership at Bellport Golf Club will increase next year under a proposal approved by the village board at its meeting on Sept. 25. The board, at a workshop on Sept. 11, discussed …

SEPA Mujer is set to celebrate their 30th anniversary Gala Celebration, “Honoring our Past, Inspiring our Future,” reflecting on our journey of advocacy and progress throughout the years. …

The Memorial 5K in honor of mother and attorney, Courtney Blakeslee, who tragically lost her battle with cancer, was held at Corey Beach in Blue Point on Saturday, Sept. 30. The race has been …

The Rev. James E. Reiss is the new Priest in Charge of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Rider Avenue, Patchogue, while Claire Repsholdt recently celebrated a year with The Lutheran Church of Our …

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