On Monday, the LGBT Network Community Center on Park Avenue in Bay Shore came crashing down, a bittersweet event for LGBT Network president and CEO David Kilmnick. But the site will have a new beginning for LGBT senior housing, expected for a move-in date of 2021.
The Bay Shore Chamber of Commerce is, once again, calling on Islip Town officials to remove the parking meters from Bay Shore’s downtown area and is circulating a petition against the “unjust” parking meter program. Islip Town says it has been flexible with the chamber.
Bay Shore resident Frank Romeo, a Vietnam War veteran, will soon be completing his trek around NYS. Read about his upcoming homecoming here.
Meet Eric Williams, the valedictorian of St. John the Baptist High School in West Islip.
All across our reader area there are parades and services held to honor the holiday. Read where there’s one in your neighborhood.
The Optimum Store at the Westfield South Shore Mall in Bay Shore featured a prop from the hit HBO series Game of Thrones last Saturday.
This Saturday, local comic book stores will be opening their stores to patrons for free comic books and other discounted items. Comic book characters in costume will also attend.
A local high school play has raised concerns among some of the viewers. Read why that happened.
The nonprofit organization, which has been based in Bay Shore since its founding in 1993, is putting the final touches a new community center in Hauppauge. The new 15,000-square-foot facility, located on Kennedy Drive, will be the largest suburban LGBT community center in the nation, according to reports.