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Thirty-six students and librarians from six Suffolk County schools visited Brookhaven National Lab to participate in Partners in Science, an annual collaboration between Eastern Suffolk …

In what has become one of the highlights of the winter season on the South Shore, The Snapper Inn graciously hosted the 21st annual Long Island Chowder Contest with sweeping views of the Connetquot …

Arlene Griemsmann has been an active member of the Babylon Chorale for 14 years, and is considered a newbie to the ensemble that has entered its 70th season of musical entertainment. Convening for …

To mitigate flooding concerns, Islip Housing Authority has recently begun work to implement green infrastructure improvements to Penataquit Creek running through Penataquit Village, just off Union …

Save the Great South Bay is hosting a speaker series that encapsulates the education of local environmentalism, using creeks as an extension of the traditional classroom. Join the panelists at The …

Copaigue resident Jackie Gordon is the front runner for Rep Peter King’s CD2 seat.  “Yes she is the front runner and is going to be the nominee against Assemblyman …

Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I Sayville) has been officially declared the Republican candidate for Congressman Peter King’s 2nd CD seat today, February 4. Garbarino, who was elected to …

Suffolk County Council on Environmental Quality met on Wednesday, Jan. 22, to discuss the 21 applications submitted in request of funding from the Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program. …

Proving the eternal appeal of Bach in the stately and apt St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Bay Shore, the Island Symphony Orchestra and Long Island Symphonic Choral Association were …

Islip School District ENL staff led a demonstration of the program Microsoft Translator, a newly implemented software in ENL classrooms, at the district …

In conjunction with Martin Luther King Day of Service, Seatuck Environmental Association organized a weed-pulling event at Penataquit Creek in Bay Shore. Several local groups and organizations …

Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board, approved a resolution authorizing the first female in the Town of Islip to take ownership of one parcel of Town-owned Bay Bottom Land …

Thomas Valva had been left in the attached, unheated and unfinished garage overnight with outside temperatures of 19 degrees. He also sustained head and facial injuries that also did not fit the father’s account.

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

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 …

Providing daily essential items for homeless veterans and other individuals …

As cold winter nights push us to stay home, break up the snow-driven monotony with Long Island Restaurant Week, hosted throughout Nassau and Suffolk from Sunday, Jan. 26 through Sunday, Feb. …

For the past eight years, I have had the distinct honor and privilege to represent the Seventh Legislative District, and at the beginning of this year I was sworn in to serve my fifth term. But I …

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

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 …

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