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Islip School District ENL staff led a demonstration of the program Microsoft Translator, a newly implemented software in ENL classrooms, at the district …

Thomas Valva had been left in the attached, unheated and unfinished garage overnight with outside temperatures of 19 degrees. He also sustained head and facial injuries that also did not fit the father’s account.

Providing daily essential items for homeless veterans and other individuals …

Bay Shore School District has established the first all-girls wrestling team in New York. In …

On Jan. 1, an array of criminal justice laws became effective in New York State, after several bills were passed in the Legislature last year. One of the laws — the gathering of evidence for …

The Silent Service Memorial at the Bay Shore Marina commemorates submarine veterans of the U.S. Navy and features plaques of submarines lost during World War II and the Cold War, primarily. The …

Mary Reid is an acting member in several organizations within the Town of Islip, as well as serving on multiple notable boards, including Long Island Housing Partnership. In addition to her support …

In terms of projects, the Village of Brightwaters has set its primary focus on addressing the invasive plant species in Upper Cascade Lake, as well as the two bridges over the various lakes, which …

Over 2019, the Town of Islip has finished, moved forward, and just planted its feet in a slew of different projects, including infrastructure and flooding maintenance, construction and event creation …

Jacqueline Gordon, a Copiague resident, filed her statement of candidacy as a Democrat for Rep. Peter King’s Congressional seat, New York-2, on May 15, 2019, months before King announced his …

To visitors, boaters and those who work the water, Fire Island and the Great South Bay’s shimmering, magical lure are inspirational bell-ringers. So when Brian McAuliff was sworn in at Watch …

Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I Sayville), elected to serve 7th Assembly District constituents in 2012 and subsequently re-elected to his 4th term, filed his statement of candidacy for Republican …

Islip Food for Hope and Town of Islip distributed over 900 turkeys and around 200 boxes of various fixings on Nov. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon. Employees from the town Parks, Recreation and Cultural …

Bay Shore sophomore selected for national U15 lacrosse team

Bay Shore School District has incorporated four fully electric school buses into its daily transportation

Developers met with support and backlash over the proposed Union Boulevard apartments

Town employees largely account for the slight taxpayer increase, elected officials say

The longtime congressman will not seek re-election at the end of his 14th term next year

Talks of possibly rezoning the area to business-residential emerge at board meeting

The first meeting should be held sometime in December.

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