The inaugural Suffolk County Missing Persons Day was held last Saturday in Sayville.
A full agenda of items were addressed at Tuesday’s board meeting. Read about it here.
Last Saturday was NYS I Love My Park Day when volunteers turned out at state parks to help clean up in anticipation of summer. Read here about the cleanup at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum.
The Optimum Store at the Westfield South Shore Mall in Bay Shore featured a prop from the hit HBO series Game of Thrones last Saturday.
On May 21, residents of the hamlet will vote for the school district budget as well as school board trustees. Meet the candidates here.
Rebecca Clock came up with an interesting way to earn her Girl Scout Gold Award. Read here about what she did for veterans from the Rusy Bohm American Legion Post in Islip.
A dispute over a blocked Facebook page has led to a possible lawsuit against the seasoned congressman
After completing gas main work on Main Street in East Islip, National Grid left the roadway in shambles.
A case of the measles has appeared in Suffolk County. Read about it here.
This Saturday, local comic book stores will be opening their stores to patrons for free comic books and other discounted items. Comic book characters in costume will also attend.
Volunteers have been busy transforming the worn out community spot ahead of the summer season.
The vaccination debate continues with opposing views. Read what two local individuals have to say.
Two new pieces of legislation aims to limit the amount of pollutants we use. Read about the new bills here.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone delivered his State of the County address last week. Here’s what he had to say.
Volunteers from PSEG spent Earth Day cleaning and sprucing up the grounds of Brookwood Hall in East Islip.
This annual event draws runners from near and far while helping to clean the bay. Read about it here.
A local high school play has raised concerns among some of the viewers. Read why that happened.
Among the items addressed at the Islip Town Board meeting, one resident stood up and announced his candidacy for a position on the board. Read about it here.