Local author Eileen Duffy gives a look into how wine became a Long Island industry
Without a conducted traffic study, Islip Planning Board says necessary information to address residents’ concerns about the intersection was not available
Islip Animal Shelter released a mother and 25 other turtles on Tuesday.
Islip turns down application for a proposed poultry slaughterhouse near a residential area. Here’s the information.
A local resident has the unique experiences of working for Grumman Aerospace that played an important part in the Apollo 11 mission. Read about it here
Tim Malloy, an Islip High School graduate, returned from France earlier this week after parachuting over the beaches of Normandy to help mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
All across our reader area there are parades and services held to honor the holiday. Read where there’s one in your neighborhood.