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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 …

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 …

Coronavirus has surged across the world and has been responsible for more than 50 deaths in the U.S. Bans have been instituted for restaurants, bars, gyms, and any other social gath- ering …

The Gardiner family has had a profound influence on the history of Long Island, Suffolk County and especially Islip Town. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation was founded in 2004, when Gardiner …

The Suffolk County American Legion Auxiliary acknowledged its century mark on Saturday at the Rusy-Bohm Post 411 American Legion Hall on Nassau Avenue, right behind Islip Town Hall. “In …

Wednesday, May 6, was Nurses Day 2020. But during a health pandemic with packed emergency departments and increased death tolls, nurses express that every day feels like Nurses …

All playgrounds in the Town of Islip have reopened as of Friday, June 26, and abiding by health guidelines is required in order to use them. Playgrounds were closed for more than three months …

The Islip Bulletin is getting ready to debut its brand-new website, after months working on a rebranding effort. The site will feature additional web-only content, more multimedia, an enhanced …

Currently, the county is working to implement potential temporary hospital spaces including pods located adjacent to the county jail in Yaphank, the Foley Nursing Facility in Yaphank or possibly the Suffolk County Community College campuses. Conversations are continuing.

BSA Troop 43-B and 43-G dedicated and designed each letter of ‘Thank You’ for the various industries that fall under the category of essential work during the COVID-19 health …

Islip Schools held their grad- uation ceremonies last Friday and Saturday, breaking the Class of 2020 into four sections within parameters of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mandate regarding …

Bay Shore sophomore selected for national U15 lacrosse team

The South Saxon community came out to Thursday night’s Islip Planning Board meeting in opposition to a zone change in order to construct an assisted living facility of 180 total units where the …

Proving the eternal appeal of Bach in the stately and apt St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Bay Shore, the Island Symphony Orchestra and Long Island Symphonic Choral Association were …

Juneteenth celebrates when the last slaves were informed that the Civil War was over and that they were free. Alexis Weik, Islip Town receiver of taxes, has announced her efforts to make June 19, …

Enjoy the old-fashioned holiday-season festivities Nov. 30 on Main Street

On Thursday, Dec. 12, the West Islip Board of Education held their regular bimonthly meeting with a special portion of the evening devoted to the proposed sale of the Emil D. Masera Elementary …

Suffolk County Council on Environmental Quality met on Wednesday, Jan. 22, to discuss the 21 applications submitted in request of funding from the Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program. …

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 …

Since March, high school seniors had no inkling of what to expect for a graduation ceremony. East Islip’s Class of 2020 is the district’s 93rd graduating class, despite a question …

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