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Considering the executive order initiated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in order to prevent additional spread of coronavirus, the state’s Department of Economic Development compiled a list of …

Local nonprofit aims to help college media outlets

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

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, …

Considering the closure of many businesses as well as social distancing mandates, chambers of commerce are limited in what they can typically do. But East Islip Chamber of Commerce has been …

The Vans Custom Culture Shoe Design Contest first began 10 years ago. Considering the restrictions for gathering during the health pandemic, Vans altered the format this year, going digital. …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Save the Great South Bay is hosting a speaker series that encapsulates the education of local environmentalism, using creeks as an extension of the traditional classroom. Join the panelists at The …

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 …

To mitigate flooding concerns, Islip Housing Authority has recently begun work to implement green infrastructure improvements to Penataquit Creek running through Penataquit Village, just off Union …

According to county executive Steve Bellone, hospital bed numbers are starting to pick up as part of the governor’s executive order. But it’s not just beds that need to more than …

Arlene Griemsmann has been an active member of the Babylon Chorale for 14 years, and is considered a newbie to the ensemble that has entered its 70th season of musical entertainment. Convening for …

With the strong recommendation of social distancing and restrictions on gatherings, birthday parties have generally been reduced to a caravan of cars, with friends and family driving by the home …

In what has become one of the highlights of the winter season on the South Shore, The Snapper Inn graciously hosted the 21st annual Long Island Chowder Contest with sweeping views of the Connetquot …

Hometown heroes are recognized in many ways around communities. East Islip Beautification Society sparked the hamlet’s banner program, which will fly for two weeks from June 27 through July …

The first meeting should be held sometime in December.

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