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Ross Park closed by town due to safety concerns

The Town of Islip is closing Ross Park due to the homelessness problem that has accumulated here as well as loitering, drug activity, and prostitution. Assemblyman Phil Ramos secured $855,000 in …

Bay Green Realty LLC is seeking a change of zone at 7 and 9 Bayview Avenue in East Islip from Residence A to Residence C in order to construct 16 cottage-style dwellings. Nearby residents, …

The UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter is factory new, and one landed at McArthur Airport in Ronkonkoma on Tuesday afternoon. New York Army National Guard helicopter pilots, crews, and soldiers …

Long Island’s utility provider, PSEG Long Island, is being investigated by the New York State Department of Public Service, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced two days after Tropical Storm …

Hon. Gary Brown has ordered the Town of Islip to federal court in a voting rights case surrounding at-large districts for council seats, on July 30. The several-plaintiff suit filed against the …

Multiple presidents of chambers of commerce within the Town of Islip have worked toward expanding outdoor dining and shopping in their respective hamlets. Upon discussions of setting aside an …

The Town of Islip Planning Board approved the change of zone request necessary in order for Tritec Real Estate to build a 418-unit apartment complex at the corner of Union Boulevard and 4th …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone began hosting daily public briefings via Zoom on March 8, the day before the first positive case of COVID-19 was announced in the county. Last Wednesday, …

Two weeks after entering into Phase 3, Suffolk County has been given the green light to transition into Phase 4, which allows higher education, low-risk arts and entertainment, media production …

The Bay Shore School District and the Bay Shore Classroom Teachers Association are resuming negotiations after recent statements outline how the discussions concluded, according to Facebook posts …

About 100 protestors gathered on Main Street outside Islip Town Hall West on Tuesday, June 9, as part of the Black Lives Matter movement. The afternoon event fea- tured speakers from the …

The proposed 449-unit apartment complex to replace the Touro College health sciences school building was held to a vote for a recommendation for approval by the Islip Town Planning Board on …

On Wednesday, Long Island began the second phase of the New York Forward plan, which brings a broad range of businesses back into availability. The guidance gives specific resources and details …

In the aftermath of the incident in Minneapolis on May 25, where George Floyd was killed by a white police officer who had his knee on the back of his neck, protests have erupted across the …

Graduation day marks the end of high school, and Bay Shore Schools is determined to have this year’s seniors finish their high school careers with appropriate recognition and the most …

After Ajón Crump bought herself a pair of Nike Air Zoom Winflo 5s, she bought her cousin a gift card toward a pair of shoes for her birthday. Her cousin is a nurse, and upon this gift request, …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone and his team are placing focus on the seven metrics needed to start reopening the local economy. The metrics were named and put in place by Gov. Andrew …

In part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the formation of a tracing “army” to try and curtail the continued spread of the coronavirus as states …

Peter Pessoni suffered from a stroke caused by a clot in his thigh. The decision was made that his leg had to be amputated in order to save his life. Now, Pessoni is recovering at Our Lady of …

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