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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. …

On Sunday, Dec. 15, the Dance Connection Performance Team and Dance Connection Theatrical Productions held a benefit performance at the CM Performing …

Long Island’s first drive-through coronavirus test site opened earlier this week at Jones Beach State Park. The sites allow qualified professionals to swab people who suspect they have the …

The Suffolk County Police Department responded to an incident in Kings Park where a man barricaded himself in a neighbor’s home after a domestic violence incident on Sunday. Thankfully, the …

Tritec Real Estate’s developer and architects presented the proposal for a 456-unit apartment complex where the Touro College facility sits on Union Boulevard at the Nov. 26 meeting of the …

Five Fire Island National Seashore maintenance projects may just get the help they need under the bipartisan Great American Outdoors Act, which guarantees funding for …

Before we know it, it’s Thanksgiving and with Thanksgiving comes three things: food, family and shopping. The tradition of Black Friday, which gained momentum as a retail holiday in the …

New York State elected officials had a chance to question regional utilities regarding response issues during Tropical Storm Isaias on Aug. 4 and the days and weeks following, in a hearing on …

The Suffolk County Water Authority Board recently approved a $20 quarterly fee to be added to customer bills beginning Jan. 1, 2020 to pay for the cost of developing and operating treatment systems …

The holiday season has already begun, and some holiday-themed events in Islip Bulletin’s coverage area come around before November ends. There are several in December, too. Check out which ones …

This is a tentative list and will continue to be updated as the situation changes. If you have an addition we should know about, feel free to contact us.   OPEN: Davis Park Ferry Bay …

After Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mandate that marked June 26 as the first day for schools to be able to hold physical graduation ceremonies, East Islip superintendent John Dolan submitted a …

Switching from breakfast to a brunch this year, the third annual Santa Brunch Buffet features attractive raffle prizes, gifts upon entry, a DJ, and of course, a visit from Santa Claus. The brunch, …

The last of the native wild turkeys living in New York disappeared in 1848. But in 1948, a small group of turkeys from Pennsylvania crossed the border into this state and decided to stay — …

Granting local heroes some much-deserved recognition, state Sen. Monica Martinez nominated U.S. Navy Senior Chief Boatswain’s Mate Kevin Nolan, who is also a Suffolk County Police …

On Sunday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo outlined his plan to get New York’s economy back up and running—not to how it was before, however, but in an adapted fashion that adheres to a …

Libraries are one of the many gathering locations closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now as New York moves through its reopening phases, libraries, too, are taking steps to …

After a change of use, a full renovation and a moratorium on non-essential construction during a global health pandemic, Butera’s will be opening in Bay Shore this upcoming Tuesday, Sept. …

The New York State Department of Transportation released their feasibility study on the Oakdale Merge on Sunrise Highway, which runs from Heckscher State Parkway to Oakdale Bohemia Road in Islip …

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