Nominated by supervisor Angie Carpenter and selected by our editorial board, Reid’s service and support of the various communities she has touched makes her an incredible candidate for Islip Bulletin’s Inspiration Award.
Mary Reid is an acting member in several organizations within the Town of Islip, as well as serving on multiple notable boards, including Long Island Housing Partnership. In addition to her support …
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Bay Shore News
Eagle Scout earns recognition for work at Bay Shore memorial
The Silent Service Memorial at the Bay Shore Marina commemorates submarine veterans of the U.S. Navy and features plaques of …
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Residents oppose assisted living facility at Montfort
The South Saxon community came out to Thursday night’s Islip Planning Board meeting in opposition to a zone change in order to …
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Bay Shore school district opposes apartments, worries about influx of students
Tritec Real Estate’s developer and architects presented the proposal for a 456-unit apartment complex where the Touro College …
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Holiday events around Islip Town
The holiday season has already begun, and some holiday-themed events in Islip Bulletin’s coverage area come around before …
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How to prep for holiday shopping
Before we know it, it’s Thanksgiving and with Thanksgiving comes three things: food, family and shopping. The tradition of Black …
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Tritec makes case for Touro property
During an Islip Town planning board meeting last Tuesday, Tritec Real Estate made their case for a development they are looking to …
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Islip Hamlet News

Local Rotarians commit to water quality goals

To visitors, boaters and those who work the water, Fire Island and the Great South Bay’s shimmering, magical lure are inspirational bell-ringers. So when Brian McAuliff was sworn in at Watch …

Islip Arts Council receives $25K grant from Gardiner Foundation

The Gardiner family has had a profound influence on the history of Long Island, Suffolk County and especially Islip Town. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation was founded in 2004, when Gardiner …

New principal presents goals for Islip High School

Jon LaRochester, in his first academic year as the principal of Islip High School, shared his goals with the school community at Tuesday’s board of education meeting at the high …

Third annual Santa Brunch at Kiwanis Club in Islip

Switching from breakfast to a brunch this year, the third annual Santa Brunch Buffet features attractive raffle prizes, gifts upon entry, a DJ, and of course, a visit from Santa Claus. The brunch, …

Tom Cilmi (R,C,L) - Suffolk Legislator District 10

Against overdevelopment and for a better budget
West Islip News

Residents speak up on Masera deal

On Thursday, Dec. 12, the West Islip Board of Education held their regular bimonthly meeting with a special portion of the evening devoted to the proposed sale of the Emil D. Masera Elementary …

Local student honored for community activism

Bay Shore resident Samantha Jaggi is the recipient of the Friends of Connetquot State Park Preserve scholarship

West Islip Historical Society celebrates new home

Center opens at La Grange on Montauk Highway

Clean water is their mission

Since 2012, this West Islip High School teacher and her students have raised more than $165,000 for the drilling of clean water wells in developing countries. Read about the Thirst Project here.

Where were you during the moon landing?

Former Grumman employees reminisced before a captive audience on their experiences working on the first mission to the moon.