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East Islip seniors graduate with pride

Since March, high school seniors had no inkling of what to expect for a graduation ceremony. East Islip’s Class of 2020 is the district’s 93rd graduating class, despite a question …

Juneteenth celebrates when the last slaves were informed that the Civil War was over and that they were free. Alexis Weik, Islip Town receiver of taxes, has announced her efforts to make June 19, …

Islip Schools held their grad- uation ceremonies last Friday and Saturday, breaking the Class of 2020 into four sections within parameters of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mandate regarding …

All playgrounds in the Town of Islip have reopened as of Friday, June 26, and abiding by health guidelines is required in order to use them. Playgrounds were closed for more than three months …

Nearly 74 percent of Democratic voters said yes to Jackie Gordon, running for Congress in the 2nd Congressional District, NY-2. She will be on the ballot in November aiming for Republican …

Republican, Conservative, Sayville resident, lawyer and assemblyman Andrew Garbarino was the winner in the Republican primary congressional candidate for NY-2 with close to 67 percent of …

Sayville Library hosted a legislative and medical update regarding the status of reopening on Wednesday, June 24, the same day Long Island entered Phase 3. A Zoom meeting featuring town, county, …

The restaurant bordering the Islip Town Hall parking lot to the east had never offered outdoor seating. But when Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state announced that the restriction to the restaurant …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

About 100 protestors gathered on Main Street outside Islip Town Hall West on Tuesday, June 9, as part of the Black Lives Matter movement. The afternoon event fea- tured speakers from the …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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