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Showing the park some love

Last Saturday was NYS I Love My Park Day when volunteers turned out at state parks to help clean up in anticipation of summer. Read here about the cleanup at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum.

Vinnie’s Mulberry Street  42 W. Main St., East Islip Classic Italian eats might have you and your sweetheart in the “Lady and the Tramp” pose if you order their …

Over a dozen garbed in witch attire paddled down the Brightwaters Canal last weekend.

This former Islip Town resident penned his memoirs of a journey through the Spanish countryside. Read about it here.

Islip turns down application for a proposed poultry slaughterhouse near a residential area. Here’s the information.

The Town of Islip Animal Shelter will hold a special event called Clear the Shelters today. Here’s why you should consider going.

Rebecca Clock came up with an interesting way to earn her Girl Scout Gold Award. Read here about what she did for veterans from the Rusy Bohm American Legion Post in Islip.

A film historian will shed new light on the silent film industry in Bay Shore. Read about it here.

A dispute over a blocked Facebook page has led to a possible lawsuit against the seasoned congressman

The 2020 U.S. census will begin soon, and it is already underway in some remote parts of the country. Communities across the U.S. are coming together to get “complete counts” in order to …

The grandmother of 10 was also a longtime advocate for education

We don’t feel this process is transparent or taxpayer friendly

The entire incident took a little over a half hour

After completing gas main work on Main Street in East Islip, National Grid left the roadway in shambles.

Act passed by House of Representatives would put new protections in place for consumers

A case of the measles has appeared in Suffolk County. Read about it here.

The Islip Art Museum held an opening reception on Saturday, Aug. 3, for its latest exhibit, “The Art of Collaboration.” The exhibit’s program notes the creative partnership between Arthur Dove and Helen Torr; nearly 100 years later, a similar partnership has taken root between Holly Gordon and Ward Hooper, who met on Facebook in 2014.

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.

Currently, there are little to no rights for individuals looking to obtain a guide dog

The United Methodist Church of Bay Shore was recently awarded over $20,000 to help fund an ongoing restoration effort.

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