ISLIP TOWN
Saving the spider crabs, one crab at a time
As a current fireman for the Bay Shore Fire Department for the past 55 years, and having previously worked for 24 years for New York …
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Islip honors student and board member achievements at spring Night of Champions
The Islip School District recently recognized numerous exceptional student and board member accomplishments at the spring Night of …
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‘A Bronx Tale’
One might wonder how to possibly do a musical with serious overtones like murder, the mob, and mayhem, but Argyle Theatre’s …
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East Islip

Time to toss those caps

It’s that time of year again to throw your hats up in the air and celebrate a huge milestone: high school graduation. The Islip Bulletin has compiled a list of the important dates and details …

Outstanding talent at The Teenys Gala

In 2008, the Islip Arts Council wanted to encourage students to continue their education and pursue careers in performing arts and theater. Thus, The Teenys Gala was born: Islip Arts Council’s …

The cost of living on Long Island is ever increasing

H ome ownership has become somewhat of a pipe dream for first-time buyers. Home prices continue to soar and mortgage rates are still high. This combination leaves Long Islander’s left with …
Islip Terrace

They did it! Now celebrate your graduate

As the Class of 2024 gets ready to toss up their caps, friends and family of the almost-graduates are getting ready to celebrate their monumental achievement. Consider gifting your graduate a special …

Uncertainty surrounding status of Central American Independence Day Parade & Festival

During the public portion of the Tuesday, May 14 Islip Town Board meeting, a concern brought forward by Central Islip resident Elvin Fuentes stood out above the rest. Fuentes, who is a director …
Top of the class

Congratulations to the Central Islip top two

The Central Islip Board of Education, administration, faculty and staff congratulate the members of Central Islip High School’s Class of 2024 and valedictorian Gianluca Pillaga and salutatorian …
Food & Drink
Bay Shore Arts Festival comes to Main Street
Rows of music, art, and food vendors lined Main Street in Bay Shore during the annual Bay Shore Arts Festival on June 9. Despite …
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Veteran walks 22 miles for 22 Everyday
Around noon on June 1, in front of the Dunton Inn in East Patchogue, 77-year-old Marine veteran Roger Fonnest walked straight down the …
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Bay Shore Bites and Brews
17 restaurants and three breweries came together at a unique tasting event in Bay Shore, coined “Bay Shore Bites and …
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Brightwaters holds first Spring Thing Block Party
The first-ever Spring Thing Block Party was held by the Village of Brightwaters at the four corners on Sunday, May 19 from 1 p.m. to 5 …
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Councilman O’Connor recognizes local Boy Scouts at Joint Eagle Scout Court of Honor
Family and friends recently gathered to congratulate Christopher George Dopfel and Ruelin Man-Martinez of Boy Scout Troop 205 on their …
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An exciting weekend to come in Brightwaters
With the Village of Brightwaters and Village Business Association hosting the first Spring Thing Block Party on Sunday, and the 16th …
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West Islip News

Going into the Suffolk Class AA championship on Monday, May 27, No. 2 seed West Islip and No. 3 seed East Islip went head-to-head, competing for the title of Suffolk County champion. The tense …

Congratulations to the top 10 academic leaders in the West Islip High School Class of 2024! Through hard work and persistent dedication, the following students have earned a spot as one of the top …
Islip Hamlet News

Across the South Shore, our communities were united in solemn remembrance on Memorial Day as we reflected and appreciated the members of the Armed Forces—and their families—who made the …

East Islip East Islip’s budget passed with 951 votes yes, and 309 votes no.  Additionally, Proposition 2, for the establishment of a capital reserve fund, was passed by a vote of …
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