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With Ross Park now closed, construction is slated to begin immediately. However, a date of completion could not be supplied due to the considerable changes planned, including a state-of-the-art stage …

Stony Brook University Hospital and Stony Brook Southampton Hospital havebeen named leaders this year by the National LGBTQ Health Care Equality Index of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. Stony …

Planning to open up at 1676 and 1680 Union Boulevard in Bay Shore, the DeerPark-based Take Two Brewery was recently approved by the Town of Islip Planning Board to operate with the proposed use at …

Bringing some beauty and fun to the pandemic, Mondays at Racine, a nonprofit establishment that organizes with salons, spas, and other wellness providers to bring services to women and men with …

As a religious institution, like the Chabad of Islip, gathering and interaction with others is of pinnacle importance. Considering the social-distancing restrictions, many religious ceremonies and …

In response to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative, Suffolk County has created a task force that will be conducting eight community forums as well as one-one-one …

Liz Mayott served as the president of Islip Rotary Club through this past June, and she raised over $9,000 through the COVID-19 months. “I raised $9,000 and [a] little change just in the …

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 …

Brightwaters Village understands the importance of recognizing those who served in the military. The village posted a photo of each brick with the name of a WWII veteran in its Veterans Walkway …

Assemblyman Fred Thiele (I, D, WF-Sag Harbor) has introduced a bill that would bring back oversight over PSEG and LIPA. The bill comes in light of PSEG Long Island’s failures in the fallout …

David Kilmnick, a First District congressional delegate for the presidential nomination Joe Biden at the recent virtual Democratic National Convention, is the president and CEO of the LGBT …

The Town of Islip Drug Abuse Awareness Task Force was formed because of the significant increase in heroin overdoses year to year. Task force chair Mary Ann Pfeiffer pointed out that over 70,000 …

The Town of Islip celebrated its second annual Islip Goes Purple event on Monday, Aug. 31. Supervisor Angie Carpenter, other town officials, and other members of the Drug Abuse Awareness Task …

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, …

After a change of use, a full renovation and a moratorium on non-essential construction during a global health pandemic, Butera’s will be opening in Bay Shore this upcoming Tuesday, Sept. …

Granting local heroes some much-deserved recognition, state Sen. Monica Martinez nominated U.S. Navy Senior Chief Boatswain’s Mate Kevin Nolan, who is also a Suffolk County Police …

New York State elected officials had a chance to question regional utilities regarding response issues during Tropical Storm Isaias on Aug. 4 and the days and weeks following, in a hearing on …

Five Fire Island National Seashore maintenance projects may just get the help they need under the bipartisan Great American Outdoors Act, which guarantees funding for …

While there were no known black women suffragists locally, there were many who fought for the cause, including these two prominent women. Sarah J. Smith Garnet (1825-1911) Brooklyn Sarah J. …

Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter joined with Suffolk County health commissioner Dr. Gregson Pigott to announce that 14 additional mosquito samples, all Culex pipienrestuans, have tested …

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