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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 …

The Greater Islip Association announced to its Stop Island Hills group at Sayville Library that Citizens Against Bayview Ave Apartments will rally alongside them just before the April 21 Town Council …

The proposed 449-unit apartment complex to replace the Touro College health sciences school building was held to a vote for a recommendation for approval by the Islip Town Planning Board on …

Brentwood resident hopes to be ‘catalyst’ for important issues 

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 …

As the Babylon Chorale celebrates 70 years as a group, only Mabelle Baepler can say she has been a member for the last 50.  An Islip resident, Baepler said she has always loved music, and …

Outdoor dining got the green light to open by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday, June 10, as part of Phase 2 of NY Forward, and a significant number of local restaurants are participating. As …

Seeking a third term; keeping the town up-to-date

As part of the Martin Luther King Day of Service, Islip Rotary Club and Islip High School Interact Club have worked together to support United Veterans Beacon House and have organized a donation …

Like a perfect blended Scotch, the Whiskey Festival held at Great South Bay Brewery, Friday, Feb. 28, was equal parts sophistication and revelry. With over a dozen whiskey vendors in attendance, …

Israel Malinowitzer has over 20 years’ experience in the East Islip School District under his belt. Serving as the director of student services for a significant portion of his career in …

Purple lights illuminate Main Street in Islip Hamlet through September

The Night of Champions at Islip Middle School on Tuesday night featured the distribution of various awards to students within the Islip School District, including academic excellence as well as music …

Division 7 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in East Islip hosted the 55th annual John P. Reilly Memorial St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday. The parade began at 2 p.m. at East Islip Public …

All are invited to attend the 52nd annual Brentwood St. Patrick’s Day Parade down Washington Avenue, at 1 p.m. on March 21, the Saturday after the holiday. Those marching will convene at the …

Photos from our ceremony honoring Suffolk County News Inspiration Award winner Eileen Tyznar and Islip Bulletin winner Mary Reid. Learn more about Eileen Tyzner. Learn more about Mary …

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state announced for Long Island to enter Phase 3 that allowed indoor dining and personal care at 50 percent capacity on June 17, and Suffolk County executive Steve …

Suffolk County confirmed six cases of the novel coronavirus, five of which were people being hospitalized in isolation. As of Wednesday, the county had 72 people in precautionary quarantine, …

Earlier this week, Long Island saw its first school closure at Shoreham-Wading River amid the coronavirus outbreak. As of Monday, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone assured that the …

The Islip Arts Council is ready to begin their Summer Reimagined. The new virtual concert series will be presented online through recordings of live performances. The musicians and their bands …

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