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Nook & Cranny closes after more than three decades of service to the community

On Sept.30, Islip resident Lori Zegel, the owner of Nook & Cranny gift shop on the corner of Main Street and GrantAvenue, will close her shop’s door for the very last time. It is another …

The Joyce Fitzpatrick Senior Center book club was not able to meet for its monthly meeting in person, considering the social gathering restrictions in place for limiting the spread of the …

With working from home being the new normal, women have been given a much-celebrated reprieve from our often meddlesome, extravagant beauty routines, but a month into quarantine, as Walmart reports …

The New York State on PAUSE executive order initiated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo states that all non-essential businesses must close operation for all in-office personnel functions across New York. A …

As companies scramble to continue to function in the face of social distancing, working from home has proven a measure that is serendipitous to company morale and safe during the …

PSEG Long Island announced today that they provider would be suspending shut-offs for residential customers amid the coronavirus spread. The company released the following statement …

Keep Islip Clean has begun organizing for Project Bloom this year, and there are several opportunities for volunteers to tend to the contents of the greenhouse outside Brookwood Hall. For 26 …

On Monday, March 2, the Bayard Cutting Arboretum will be hosting a symposium on the “Evolution of the American Landscape: Gardening in the 21st Century,” where leaders in the horticulture …

Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board, approved a resolution authorizing the first female in the Town of Islip to take ownership of one parcel of Town-owned Bay Bottom Land …

Before we know it, it’s Thanksgiving and with Thanksgiving comes three things: food, family and shopping. The tradition of Black Friday, which gained momentum as a retail holiday in the …

Bay Shore Beautification Society members complete welcome garden at the Union Avenue train station entrance

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