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Mara D’Amico’s family has always tuned in to see Pat Sajak and Vanna White on “Wheel of Fortune.” D’Amico grew up in Buffalo, and her mother always wanted to be a …

Islip Schools announced on Friday that Brian Kroll will be replacing interim fine and performing arts director Dr. Jeff Dailey. Kroll has taught and directed in the field in the Babylon School …

Do you go with the caramel coffee cake? Something over the top, like s’mores? Or just stick with a classic glazed? That’s the dilemma that comes with having so many uniquely flavored …

Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter joined with Suffolk County health commissioner Dr. Gregson Pigott to announce that 14 additional mosquito samples, all Culex pipienrestuans, have tested …

PSEG Long Island announced today that they provider would be suspending shut-offs for residential customers amid the coronavirus spread. The company released the following statement …

The Long Island Nets basketball team hosted the first Town of Islip Night on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at NYCB …

As part of the Cover Our Kids campaign with the aim of providing non-surgical masks to students in households who oth- erwise may have difficulty obtaining them during the COVID-19 health …

Jon LaRochester, in his first academic year as the principal of Islip High School, shared his goals with the school community at Tuesday’s board of education meeting at the high …

Spring and summer fun is quite the institution on Long Island, as beaches and parks are emblematic of “island life.” But what if you don’t have the time to make it out on a camping …

Seatuck Environmental Association hosted its Eco-Carnival on Facebook Live on Saturday. Presented in partnership with both Long Island counties and the Town of Islip, the day featured live …

Divided among the various community groups, service organizations, local businesses and politicians in the Town of Islip, each of the 40 live Christmas trees spread across the lawn of Brookwood Hall …

Providing daily essential items for homeless veterans and other individuals …

Each year, Islip Bulletin recognizes the volunteer work of outstanding local residents and organizations. These are the folks who work diligently and passionately on community and charity work …

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

Health care workers, first respond- ers, and all essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic have been supported in various ways around the country and in various communities. The Village of …

On the subject of discussing the financial crisis due to the impact of COVID-19, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone reported that the county is in a “financial …

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 …

The first annual Island Symphony Bach Festival in Bay Shore is set for this Sunday, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m. at St. Peter’s By-The-Sea Episcopal Church and will feature a performance by acclaimed …

The COVID-19 health pandemic has increased the stress on emergency departments around the world. Various businesses, nonprofits, and other organizations have extended support to those working on …

While there were no known black women suffragists locally, there were many who fought for the cause, including these two prominent women. Sarah J. Smith Garnet (1825-1911) Brooklyn Sarah J. …

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