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The Patchogue-Medford Youth and Community Services hosted another successful pancake breakfast at the Patchogue Fire House at 15 Jennings Avenue in Patchogue last weekend. The event had two seatings …

For an average home assessed at $3,000, the Patchogue-Medford School District’s 2022/23 $159,682,441 budget includes a yearly increase of $296.67, or $24 per month, with an estimated tax rate …

The Patchogue-Medford Public Library officially began construction on the Medford Library. A ceremonial ground-breaking occurred on the morning of Saturday, April 9, bringing out elected officials, …

It’s been a while since Easter celebrations have happened without COVID restrictions and cancellations. But this year promises to be packed with Easter happenings. Below is a compiled list of …

The Patchogue-Medford Library was a pit stop for family fun during a Pinewood Derby-themed race day, where families built their own wooden racecars and then put them to the test with the help of …

March 23 was a busy day at the Canine Companions Northeast Training Center in Medford. Not only was it National Puppy Day, but the training center was also hosting one of their bi-monthly puppy …

The Patchogue-Medford Public Library brings a Pinewood Derby themed day to Patchogue with their DIY Family Race Car kit. The kit was available in March for families to pick up with everything …

The high school was like a scene from TV this past week, when the Patchogue Young Professionals came to host their annual “Shark Tank” competition, where students can sink their teeth …

Cathy Loschiavo is many things to many people: a mother, a teacher, and a community member. She became the youngest teacher in Patchogue-Medford School District, at only 20 years old, and taught for …

This year’s P.S. I Love You Day is scheduled for Feb. 11, and the South Ocean Wellness Club is striving to “paint the town purple” to show the community is a safe and supportive …

The first snowstorm of the year came in on Friday, January 7 and gave some kids (and some adults an unexpected 3-day-weekend. While not everyone got a real snow day and had to learn distance, there …

Each year, the Long Island Advance solicits nominations for our Inspiration Award winner. During this time, we seek people who take it upon themselves to make a difference in their …

Who is ready for 2022? But, before we enter the New Year, it’s a good time to look back at some of the stories that made it into our papers in 2021. January Our local veterans received …

Legis. Rob Calarco leaves his post with an impressive list of accomplishments. Although he was a bit reluctant to name them, here’s a list of some of the major projects we’ve written …

Yes, Virginia. There are examples of elected officials on both sides of the aisle who work together to craft good results for their constituents. Suffolk County Legis. Rob Calarco, a Democrat, and …

With the pandemic continuing and supply chain issues, this Christmas was about savoring what you got, whenever it got there. The Long Island Advance asked readers to submit photos for a contest of …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore of Long Island. This week she visited the Greater Patchogue Historical Society Museum. This …

Fire districts across Long Island held their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Below are the compiled results. Blue Point Incumbent Peter Miller was reelected with 123 votes to …

The town board, at a meeting held Dec. 2, approved a long-awaited zone change for Bolla Market. The gas station company, who currently runs a gas station on the property, was granted a change of zone …

Patchogue FD Santa Run The Patchogue Fire Department will bring Santa atop their trucks from Dec. 11 to Dec. 18. The northeast section will be covered on Dec. 11; the northwest section will be …

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