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Midnight on Main is back!

You guessed it. COVID cancelled it. Midnight on Main didn’t happen last year in the physical sense, but this year, Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce officials are promising its Main …

A couple of real-life elves were spotted in Patchogue Village, and, if you’re lucky, you might be able to catch a glimpse of them from now until Dec. 23, as part of the chamber’s …

Sometimes, when you’re not looking, opportunity knocks. “We do a football trip every year,” said Village Idiot Pub owner John Sarno, of his journey last year to Philadelphia to …

The 59th annual Patchogue Christmas parade took place this past Saturday evening with a theme of “Whoville Christmas” from the beloved Dr. Seuss book, “How the Grinch Stole …

This year’s Small Business Saturday is slated for Saturday, Nov. 30. Retail chamber members plan to run specials and discounts as a start to the holiday shopping season. Starting at 11 …

Over the last few years, the Town of Brookhaven have invested about $1.5 million into the revitalization of Sandspit Marina with the addition of a new bulkhead, pavement and a renovated ferry …

For the past  eight years, 10 in total, Sal Felice has served as a Village of Patchogue trustee, elected twice to the position. Last week, he submitted his resignation letter to the board with …

Back in its heyday, Patchogue Village was known as Suffolk County’s largest outdoor shopping area. The village maintained that title throughout the 1950s and ’60s and even into the …

It was a bustling sun-splashed Tuesday morning at Toast Coffeehouse with at least 100 patrons enjoying breakfast before 10 a.m. Hopefully, on Nov. 23, the patronage will be at least twice that …

The Village of Patchogue has hired consultants Cashin Associates P.C. & Cahill & Germano P.C. to advise on the creation of a downtown commercial garbage district. According to village …

Veterans Day is unique in the fact that it is the only holiday that celebrates, honors and recognizes all living veterans, regardless of whether they were combat or non-combat vets, women or men, …

As far as election nights go, this was a comparably quiet one for Suffolk County Democrats, who gathered to watch results and celebrate victories at IBEW Local 25 in Hauppauge; however, victories …

As far as election nights go, this was a comparably quiet one for Suffolk County Democrats, who gathered to watch results and celebrate victories at IBEW Local 25 in Hauppauge; however, victories …

Angels of Long Island hosted its yearly Fall Festival and Trunk-or-Treat in back of the Hagerman Fire Department. The nonprofit organization, which operates the Angels of Long Island thrift shop in …

Eagle Avenue Elementary School’s back field looked more like Kennedy Space Center last Friday, when students from Justine Moreira’s fifth-grade class launched homemade rockets into the …

The plan to hook up about 500 south Patchogue homes is now becoming a reality after a total of $21 million in NYS funding was announced for the Village of Patchogue. According to Legis. Rob …

Patchogue Village code prohibits smoking within 50 feet of a government, library or school facility. During last month’s village board meeting, village attorney Brian Egan explained that under …

Main Street was sans motor vehicles this past Saturday as the chamber of commerce helped ring in the pumpkin-spiced season with its eighth annual Fall Festival. Eventgoers were invited to participate …

Trick-or-treat. But make sure your Halloween candy wrappers get to the garbage—and not the side of the road. The Protecting the Environment in Patchogue (PEP) Committee hosted its Spooky …

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