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With a New Year and decade upon us, the East Islip Chamber of Commerce shared that the most prominent goal for the year is to gain signage for the hamlet. President Gary Teich said the chamber, …

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that he would voluntarily return $40,000 in salary to taxpayers over the next four years. The county executive announced that he would take a pay cut …

The average American family spends about $919 on its prom-goers, according to a Visa survey. The average cost of the dress alone: $100 to $600. To help teens and their families with some of those …

The art of sewing runs in their blood for ninth-grader Henrietta Edmonds and her mother Elizabeth of Bayport. Elizabeth’s mother was a seamstress, but never got around to passing down the …

On Wednesday, Long Island began the second phase of the New York Forward plan, which brings a broad range of businesses back into availability. The guidance gives specific resources and details …

The second half of senior year of high school includes events that are crafted especially for memories. Senior prom carries the definition as the final classwide event. Graduation day marks the …

The Touro Health Sciences School facility in Bay Shore is subject to a Town of Islip Planning Board hearing once social gathering restrictions are lifted at the state and town levels. The board …

The coronavirus outbreak has been hard-hitting on Long Island, and Islip Town ranks highly among the most infected townships here. Bay Shore’s Southside Hospital emergency depart- ment is …

Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone recently announced that the Suffolk 311 Call Center has handled nearly 70,000 constituent calls during its first year of operation. Additionally, since …

The COVID-19 virus has infected over 28,000 residents of Suffolk County, killing over 850, and the hospital system continues to be pushed to the limit to keep up with the surge in …

Haunted Halloween Family Festival on Saturday, Oct. 19, will be from 4:30-8:30 p.m. on Main Street between Smith Avenue and Shore Lane.

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It is becoming increasingly import- ant to wear a mask in public for non-medical uses. Local grocery stores and other essential opera- tions are requiring customers wear a face covering to be …

During the COVID-19 health pan- demic, East Islip resident Pat Blair first led a Facebook group that raised tens of thousands of dollars for employees at Southside Hospital. Now, she is the …

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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 …

Longtime campaign worker plans to give CI and Brentwood a voice

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