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The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche once said, “Without music, life would be a mistake.” Do You Hear The Children Sing (DYHTCS), a Bellport-based nonprofit organization, wants …

On Monday, Oct. 11, Teatro Yerbabruja kicked off its seven-month Nea Big Read Long Island Project at the 2nd Avenue Firehouse in Bay Shore. According to a recent press release, Teatro Yerbabruja …

In the upcoming Nov. 2 election, Suffolk County voters will be asked to vote on four different ballot propositions.  Prop 1: Amending the Apportionment and Redistricting Process The …

The Canaan Lake restoration project began in 2017. Over the past several decades, according to Suffolk County, highly invasive cabomba weed and water milfoil crowded the lake’s native plant …

A Yield to Pedestrian in Crosswalk sign in the middle of South Country Road between North and South Howells Point Road will be a regular fixture soon. “It’s anchored on a hard rubber …

Recognizing the urgent need for two new minivans to safely transport members of the Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport Area from its location at 471 Atlantic Avenue in Bellport to special …

Cemeteries offer a unique view into the way the world once was: how long people lived, how they died, and how they were buried. Inspired by New York State’s “Path Through …

When it comes to creepy, crawly ghouls, movies, and television shows, I am a scaredy-cat. So, at least to get a sense of The Gateway’s Camp Terror, I requested a daytime walk-through with my …

Debra Scala-Giokas features Claire McCardell in children’s books By LINDA LEUZZI If ballet flats and coordinated separates are your thing, thank Claire McCardell, the visionary designer …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore. This week, she visited the William Floyd Estate in Mastic Beach. The William Floyd Estate …

Suffolk County Police Seventh Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that killed a pedestrian in Shirley last night. Hazrat Kahn was driving a Honda Odyssey southbound on William …

The Teton County, Wyoming coroner, Dr. Brett Blue, confirmed in a press conference on Tuesday, October that following a comprehensive autopsy, the manner of death for Blue Point woman Gabby Petito …

In accordance with the Marijuana Taxation Act, the Village of Patchogue Board of Trustees voted to opt out of both the allowing of retail cannabis dispensaries and on-site cannabis consumption …

After a year and a half on hiatus, the village’s beloved Breakfast Crawl, now in its 10th year, is back and aptly themed, “The Comeback Crawl.” The morning meal mixer, held this …

Residents stuffed, glued and dressed scarecrows to frightening perfection at the village’s annual scarecrow-making contest, held Saturday, Oct. 3. Village staff had just finished their …

The moratorium on bars and restaurants set by the Village of Patchogue in January of last year, never really went into effect. The pandemic and shutdown, mayor Paul Pontieri said, really created the …

Since the pandemic started, students across the nation have been, for the most part, deprived of the privilege of joining together to celebrate. At Patchogue-Medford High School, …

The board voted unanimously to opt out of a local law, which would have permitted the sale of cannabis in the village. Though it was open for public comment, nobody came to speak on the legislation …

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to confront numerous obstacles. On top of keeping ourselves, friends, and loved ones safe, people have had to contend with financial and physical hardships. Many …

Classic car owners preened and prettied their stage-ready automobiles for Bellport Fire Department’s second annual Classic Car Show. Competing for four show titles, including Best in Show and …

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