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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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 — …

Bay Shore sophomore selected for national U15 lacrosse team

Enjoy the old-fashioned holiday-season festivities Nov. 30 on Main Street

Bay Shore School District has incorporated four fully electric school buses into its daily transportation

Developers met with support and backlash over the proposed Union Boulevard apartments

Town employees largely account for the slight taxpayer increase, elected officials say

Looking for volunteers and donations for Thanksgiving Meal at Love and Mercy Church

The longtime congressman will not seek re-election at the end of his 14th term next year

Local nonprofit aims to help college media outlets

Talks of possibly rezoning the area to business-residential emerge at board meeting

The first meeting should be held sometime in December.

The Bayard Cutting Arboretum is hosting an art exhibit titled “Nature in Bloom” through the month of November.

Bay Shore Beautification Society members complete welcome garden at the Union Avenue train station entrance

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