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The COVID-19 virus has infected over 28,000 residents of Suffolk County, killing over 850, and the hospital system continues to be pushed to the limit to keep up with the surge in …

The coronavirus outbreak has been hard-hitting on Long Island, and Islip Town ranks highly among the most infected townships here. Bay Shore’s Southside Hospital emergency depart- ment is …

The Touro Health Sciences School facility in Bay Shore is subject to a Town of Islip Planning Board hearing once social gathering restrictions are lifted at the state and town levels. The board …

The second half of senior year of high school includes events that are crafted especially for memories. Senior prom carries the definition as the final classwide event. Graduation day marks the …

Meals are being delivered to medical personnel at all hospitals around Long Island, and Southside Hospital in Bay Shore is receiving significant support from the community to supply these meals …

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has increased the fines for violating social distancing restrictions due to lack of adherence. As per New York State mandate, the fines have been doubled from $500 to $1,000 in …

The Joyce Fitzpatrick Senior Center book club was not able to meet for its monthly meeting in person, considering the social gathering restrictions in place for limiting the spread of the …

Several industries require their employees to work, regardless of being in the midst of a health pandemic. Hospitals need medical personnel working around the clock to care for the sick and …

With working from home being the new normal, women have been given a much-celebrated reprieve from our often meddlesome, extravagant beauty routines, but a month into quarantine, as Walmart reports …

Passion Week is upon us, and services leading into and on Easter Sunday are available at local churches online, whether on Zoom, Facebook Live or YouTube. The web addresses for all services on …

“A phrase can trigger a good mindset,” said Lori D’Andrea, a West Islip resident and mother who has been erecting signs around her community that plainly read, “One Day at …

Suffolk County public libraries are joining the cause with Stony Brook University. Together they are enlisting their fleet of 3-D printers to make protective gear for health care workers fighting …

The 1918 flu pandemic was caused by the H1N1 virus from “avian origin,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The virus, much like what we are dealing with …

Alexis Weik describes herself as a fighter and an engaged member of the community. Serving as the Town of Islip’s receiver of taxes since 2011, Weik said she has opened the door to ensuring …

The number of positive cases has risen in Suffolk County to over 1,553; with a total of 30,000 tests having been conducted. Of those, a total of 1,463 patients are hospitalized with 506 in the …

The coronavirus pandemic has tak- en a major hit to the economy. Many businesses have had to resort to pay cuts, layoffs, and some are approaching bankruptcy. These unfortunate truths are leading …

Animal shelters across the country are shifting their operations to adhere to guidelines around the coronavirus. The Islip Animal Shelter is no different, but the town shelter is still home to many …

Aside from doing the obvious— washing your hands, not touching your face, staying home and cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces in your home, what do we do when we must leave our house to …

The U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting applications for loans for economic injury disaster with interest loans capping at 3.75 percent. Nonprofits are capped at 2.75 …

Suffolk County has about 6,713 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases as reported earlier this week, up nearly 1,000 cases in 24 hours. Over 17,600 people in the county have been tested at the Stony …

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