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Notebook with possible details found near Brian Laundrie body recovery site

The FBI of Denver said on Friday, January 21, that a notebook found near the body of Brian Laundrie in Florida contained statements by slain Gabby Petito's boyfriend, "claiming responsibility for Ms. …

Patsy Lester, 48, of Patchogue, as well as a teacher at East Islip High School, recently competed on “Jeopardy.” Her episode aired on Jan. 7 and was filmed in November of 2021. The …

Long Island has been getting some really cold temperatures, 20 and 30 degrees, and some days even colder. Admittedly, normal for mid-January. But as we trek out into the cold, most of us do so fully …

For the past 50 years, Reese’s 1900 has been a Patchogue staple, serving up good, hearty food, spirits and family vibes. In celebration of the restaurant/bar’s birthday, owners Matt Lowe …

Anthony Rodia won’t be doing his hilarious Italian characters. But he will be hilariously funny. Rodia, who crafted his current blockbuster career via social media savvy and stand-up …

Last year, Winters Bros. closed on over 200 acres of land neighboring the current Brookhaven Town landfill in Yaphank just south of Horseblock Road. The purchase of the property, according to Will …

Below are some compiled goals from the Pontieri administration for the new year: MAYOR PAUL PONTIERI AND VILLAGE ATTORNEY BRIAN EGAN  1.) South Patchogue Sewer Project: Funded by Gov. …

The Patchogue Young Professionals are bringing back the Patchogue Polar Plunge in 2022. Their second annual plunge will happen on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 13.  The event will also feature a …

Former Suffolk County Legis. Rob Calarco is now serving as the assistant regional director for the New York State Department of Conservation (Region 1) after seeking reelection to his sixth and final …

On Monday, Jan. 3, in a tense meeting, the New York State Independent Redistricting Commission voted along party lines on two separate sets of lines. The meeting started on a cordial note, with …

The fire started on the second floor of the U.S. Laminating Corp. Then it spread. Big time. “It came in as an automatic alarm,” recalled ex-chief Ed Riley of the Jan. 17, 1972 …

Last year, Winters Bros. closed on over 200 acres of land neighboring the current Brookhaven Town landfill in Yaphank just south of Horseblock Road. The purchase of the property, according to Will …

Supervisor Ed Romaine has announced that the Yaphank Fuel Cell Park at the Brookhaven Landfill is now fully operational, generating 7.4 megawatts of energy from three SureSource 3000 carbonate fuel …

There’s a first for everything, but this one has been long overdue. For the first time in Patchogue Fire Department’s over 100 years, Class A firefighter Morgan Poulos Keating made …

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 …

The Village of Patchogue Community Development Agency applied for another round of Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization grant funding late last year. As of this month, the Community Development …

The American Legion Patchogue Post 269 recently created a yearly scholarship program in honor of Pauline King. King served in the Army National Guard for 25 years.  She continued her service …

Earlier this week, the Village of Patchogue board of trustees and mayor Paul Pontieri honored the Patchogue Fire Department for their efforts in the Lace Mill fire. Pictured is ex-chief Robert Smith, …

On Dec. 22, William Floyd Middle School students participated in the Shop with a Cop program courtesy of a grant provided by the new Walmart Supercenter in Yaphank. Sixth, seventh and eighth-grade …

There are some stories that make you proud to be part of a community, giving you that warm, fuzzy feeling inside—this is one of those stories. It takes place at the Boys & Girls Club of the …

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