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The Congregational Church of Patchogue, fully funded by their own contributions, started an enormous and necessary project to close the septic tanks and connect to the village sewer last week. …

On Monday, April 22, New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that for the FY 2025 budget, she would be increasing school aid by $1.3 billion to nearly $36 billion, including $24.9 billion in …

The Patchogue-Medford School District is proposing a $241.3 million 2024/25 budget with a 2.67 percent increase of the tax levy. The proposed budget does not pierce the tax cap. The average tax …

Tremont Elementary School launched a student-centered renovation of its courtyard, turning the area into a working farm. As part of the district’s mission to enhance the education of …

This year marked the 24th anniversary of the BCCC awards night. The awards reception and cocktails networking event was held on April 17 at the TRIO in Holbrook. The program included validation …

Rock meets the blues in a concert the Patchogue Arts Council is presenting on April 28. “Ladies Rock the Blues” will celebrate the music of female performers Bonnie Raitt, Sharon …

When movie stars Isabella Rossellini and Laura Dern toured The Gateway during its Haunted House event with Dern’s best friend Bellina Logan last fall, an idea for a Mother’s Day show was …

For the second time, the Village of Patchogue has been awarded the Tree City Designation for 2023 by the National Arbor Day Foundation. In order to qualify for Tree City, villages must have a …

Featuring 81 etchings from American-Austrian artist John W. Winkler, a new exhibition at the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University explores scenes of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the …

East Patchogue boy and second-grader (learning at a fourth-grade level) at Verne Critz Elementary School, Kenny Zalenski Jr., 7, is currently hospitalized and in need a of a heart transplant. In …

Patchogue Kiwanis, a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the needs of children in the community, is thrilled to announce the launch of the Special Projects Sweepstakes. This charitable …

Power in Heels in Patchogue will be celebrating their seventh annual event, hosted by the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce at The Sunset Harbor Club. A total of three remarkable women will …

If you see LuAnn Thompson, make sure to wish her a happy anniversary. Thompson’s business, Bellport Arts & Framing Studio, turned 20 this month, and it’s a milestone few small …

You could call Brian Stoll a Broadway superfan. The West Islip resident has the Playbill from each of the more than 300 Broadway productions he’s seen over the years, many of which are …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts (BAFFA) held their annual juried invitational high school exhibition at their gallery in Gillette House. With submissions from high schools throughout Suffolk …

NASA describes the eclipse as "an awe-inspiring celestial event that drastically changes the appearance of the two biggest objects we see in our sky, the sun and moon." The events …

The Suffolk County Legislature unanimously voted to authorize the county attorney to start negotiations to purchase the former John J. Foley nursing home located at 4 Grover Drive, in Yaphank, for …

A reception was held on Saturday, April 6 at DIME Savings Bank in Patchogue on Main Street for the paradoxically daring and comforting interactive installation exhibit by Beth Giacummo titled, …

On Sunday, the day before Monday’s solar eclipse, adults and families flocked to the Patchogue-Medford Library to learn about this rare event. Library staff guided attendees through …

More than 200 youngsters turned out at Patchogue’s Father Tortora Park on Saturday for the village’s 24th annual Bunny Run and Easter egg hunt. At noon, youngsters ages 4 to 6 raced …

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