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This was the first Midnight on Main since the pandemic, and revelers weren’t letting the rain dampen their spirits, as they gathered to enjoy Patchogue Village’s ahead-of-its-time and …

Some people hone their volunteer instincts early—like 17-year-old Patchogue-Medford High School senior, Emily Volpe. “I was probably 9 when first I started,” said the young …

When we called Michael Cohen and told him he was an Inspiration Award winner, the reaction was, “Whaaaaaat?!” Cohen has lived with his partner, Bob Raymond, on Thornhedge Road since 2014. …

Gateway shows at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts ended this year after blockbuster productions like “The Cher Show,” and “A Christmas Carol.”  Their …

Michael Baker, The Gateway’s ebullient Acting School director/associate artistic director, is leaving his storied run at the theatre, since March 2005, to take over a family …

Brookhaven Town, which owns and manages Bellport Village’s bay bottom, recently renewed the ongoing formal agreement with Friends of Bellport Bay to continue habitat restoration for two years …

When many people think of Patchogue, the first thing that automatically springs to mind is the bustling downtown, with retail and restaurants galore, amid Main Street’s hub of activity. While …

The Anthony Parlato Tournament, named after the former vice president of the Moriches Community Center, was hosted by Center Moriches High School on Dec. 28 and 29. Both the varsity and junior …

Thanks goes out to Brookhaven Elementary art teacher Gianna Maccarino and her students for making 248 holiday cards for the residents at Bellhaven Nursing Center. The Brookhaven Village Association …

Sometimes, the best mentors are those who have overcome their own struggles and are now equipped to guide the next generation in avoiding some of the same pitfalls that they themselves narrowly …

Habitat for Humanity of Long Island, located at 643 Middle Country Road in Middle Island, brewed up a fundraiser which was as effervescent and refreshing as opening a nice cold one. The organization …

The process to finally acquire the 11.5-acre historic Avery property in East Patchogue for preservation has been quietly progressing. “We’re working through Phase 2,” explained …

When Patchogue Village mayor Paul Pontieri was asked about the projects tackled in 2022, his response was, “We’re creating an atmosphere of growth in the village.” Commenting on …

Patchogue Village mayor Paul Pontieri pointed out that while many young couples can afford around $2,500 a month in rent for an apartment like New Village, “they can’t afford the down …

From the whimsical to the adorable and the heartwarming, here are just a handful of the most iconic holiday snapshots submitted to the Long Island Advance. The outpouring of holiday photos was a …

Out with the old and in with the new; let’s all say goodbye to 2022. Now is a better time than ever to review the last 12 months. Here is to good health and prosperity in …

The Long Island Advance sat down with Bellport Village officials to review some of the initiatives taken this year with mayor Ray Fell, deputy mayor Bob Rosenberg, and village clerk John …

Bruce the Spruce, as it is fondly referred to, stands in the center of North Howells Point Road, in a circle buffer where Circuit Road intersects. It was planted by the village and stands on village …

Several beloved holiday traditions were revived this year after a pandemic hiatus spanning several seasons. The annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along held at the Congregational Church of Patchogue, …

Lighthouse Missionadopts the South Country School District Every year, Lighthouse Mission teams up with the South Country School District’s social workers and hands out thousands of free …

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