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Mara D’Amico’s family has always tuned in to see Pat Sajak and Vanna White on “Wheel of Fortune.” D’Amico grew up in Buffalo, and her mother always wanted to be a …

Bay Shore-Brightwaters St Patrick's Day Parade has been canceled for this Saturday, March, 14. At this time, the parade committee does not have information if and when the parade will be …

West Islip Public Schools have been mandated to close Bayview Elementary School for 24 hours, beginning Thursday, March 12, since a staff member at school tested positive for coronavirus. For …

Creating a breach at Gilgo State Park? Maybe. An educational environmental event at Heckscher State Park? Perhaps. Those two possibilities were presented last Thursday night when five South …

We asked parents from Bay Shore to Bellport how they were coping with teaching their kids about the coronavirus, mitigating their risk for contraction, and what the next steps were in terms of …

Local hospitals assure the community protocols are in place and encourage res- idents to practice good health measures like washing their hands. Long Island Community Hospital, East …

Earlier this week, Long Island saw its first school closure at Shoreham-Wading River amid the coronavirus outbreak. As of Monday, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone assured that the …

Suffolk County confirmed six cases of the novel coronavirus, five of which were people being hospitalized in isolation. As of Wednesday, the county had 72 people in precautionary quarantine, …

All are invited to attend the 52nd annual Brentwood St. Patrick’s Day Parade down Washington Avenue, at 1 p.m. on March 21, the Saturday after the holiday. Those marching will convene at the …

Division 7 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in East Islip hosted the 55th annual John P. Reilly Memorial St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday. The parade began at 2 p.m. at East Islip Public …

Like a perfect blended Scotch, the Whiskey Festival held at Great South Bay Brewery, Friday, Feb. 28, was equal parts sophistication and revelry. With over a dozen whiskey vendors in attendance, …

As the Babylon Chorale celebrates 70 years as a group, only Mabelle Baepler can say she has been a member for the last 50.  An Islip resident, Baepler said she has always loved music, and …

The Greater Islip Association announced to its Stop Island Hills group at Sayville Library that Citizens Against Bayview Ave Apartments will rally alongside them just before the April 21 Town Council …

The average American family spends about $919 on its prom-goers, according to a Visa survey. The average cost of the dress alone: $100 to $600. To help teens and their families with some of those …

We are looking for interns to join our staff for the summer of 2020. Interns are unpaid, but have an opportunity to apply for a $2600 stipend through the New York Press …

Keep Islip Clean has begun organizing for Project Bloom this year, and there are several opportunities for volunteers to tend to the contents of the greenhouse outside Brookwood Hall. For 26 …

West Islip Board of Education held a meeting on Tuesday night at the high school with the intent of hosting the still-undisclosed developer proposing to build a senior-living facility where the …

West Islip Schools has initiated a movement to pick up where the Department of Environmental Conservation has left off at Willets Creek, which borders the east end …

Addressing the litter on the major roadways in the Town of Islip is an integral aspect of the mission Keep Islip Clean’s membership not only preaches but practices, too. The Long Island …

On Monday, March 2, the Bayard Cutting Arboretum will be hosting a symposium on the “Evolution of the American Landscape: Gardening in the 21st Century,” where leaders in the horticulture …

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