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$10 million for Islip Regional Shellfish Hatchery

Gov. Hochul announced $10 million for the Town of Islip Regional Shellfish Hatchery. The establishment of the Regional Shellfish Hatchery will expand New York’s blue economy and address …

Rows of music, art, and food vendors lined Main Street in Bay Shore during the annual Bay Shore Arts Festival on June 9. Despite some rain early in the day, crowds filled Main Street as the …

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 …

First-grader ukulele stars of the Brook Avenue Elementary School Ukulele Club wowed the crowd during a performance on Wednesday, May 29. The club members meet once a week after school under the …

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 …

Voting for the Brightwaters election, in which three seats will be up for grabs, will take place at Brightwaters Village Hall from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on June 18. Two candidates are running for board of …

The first movie Lawrence Wolff remembers seeing was “The Sound of Music.” It was a class trip from Our Lady of Peace Elementary School to a movie theater in Lynbrook. Wolff was 8 or …

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 …

One might wonder how to possibly do a musical with serious overtones like murder, the mob, and mayhem, but Argyle Theatre’s production of “A Bronx Tale,” based on a play by Chazz …

The Islip School District recently recognized numerous exceptional student and board member accomplishments at the spring Night of Champions event, held during the board of education meeting. …

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 …

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 middle of South Country Road with his head held high. With …

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 …

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 …

Last week, local volunteers and members of the Brightwaters Historical Society drove into New York City to drop off boxes of historical records with The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society …

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 …

Two candidates are running for board of trustee seats, and one candidate is running for mayor in the upcoming Village of Brightwaters election. Brightwaters elections are always held on the …

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

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 …

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