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Bay Shore’s block party-style street fair series, Alive by the Bay, is beginning its comeback for summer later this month. Held on Main Street in downtown Bay Shore, Alive by the Bay features …

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 …

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 City EMS and nine years with Bay Shore ambulance, George Mowbray …

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 …

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 …

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 …

17 restaurants and three breweries came together at a unique tasting event in Bay Shore, coined “Bay Shore Bites and Brews.” In celebration of the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Shoregate …

In downtown Bay Shore on May 21, local civic leaders, elected officials, and real estate developers alike gathered for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening of Shoregate, the 418 …

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 …

The 32nd annual St. Patrick School Golf Outing was recently held at Southward Ho Country Club, where Legis. Steven J. Flotteron recognized this year’s honoree, Ronnie Allen, for his lifelong …

The Islip Arts Council Gallery has turned into an animal lover’s dream, with art from the first-ever “Art for Paws” exhibition filling the space. The exhibition, co-hosted by the …

The District 1 Youth Advisory Board, a dynamic coalition representing the voices of Brentwood, Central Islip, and North Bay Shore's youth, is celebrating a historic achievement for students …

At the Town of Islip Board Meeting on Tuesday, May 14, the town voted unanimously to award Kargili Enterprises Ltd., aka Tasty Frosty, based in Bay Shore, to build an operate the three-season …

Footballer Messiah Swinson is a tight end who was born and raised in Bay Shore and attended Long Island Lutheran High School, in Brookville, and was recently signed by the Green Bay Packers. …

East Islip The district will be holding its annual budget vote and board of education election on Tuesday, May 21, 2024. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Stephen Ruland - unopposed …

Memorial Day, a federal holiday that falls on Monday, May 27 this year, is a somber day to honor those fallen heroes who died while serving our country. Many towns, villages, and organizations in the …

Suffolk County district attorney Raymond A. Tierney announced that Carlos Orellana Mata, 36, of Bay Shore, pleaded guilty to Aggravated Vehicular Homicide after driving while intoxicated and speeding …

On Saturday, April 20, court officers from the 10th Judicial District, Suffolk County, volunteered at the annual Prom Impact drive hosted by the Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD). The SCPD …

Two seats on the Bay Shore School District Board of Education are up for election this year. Two incumbents—board trustee Susan Gargan and board president Jennifer Brownyard—are running …

Continuing its concert series celebrating Women in Classical Music, the Island Symphony Orchestra’s May 19 program will feature the 2024 Young Performer’s Competition Winner, 15-year-old …

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