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On Tuesday, Oct. 17, during a Town o f Islip Board meeting, the town council voted unanimously to approve Resolution 22, which addresses steps to shutter the Travelodge in Bay Shore that is currently …

For the past eight years, thousands of members of the floral industry worldwide have participated in a program called Petal it Forward. Participants receive two flower bouquets. One is to keep, and …

When it comes to stand-up, there aren’t many comedians who can make you laugh—or have had as much of an impact on comedy—as Robert Klein. Local audiences will get to see Klein …

This past Thursday, community members were welcomed to attend a Meet the Candidates night at the old Sayville Junior High School. The forum included the candidates for the positions of Suffolk …

This past Saturday morning, Oct. 14, community members of all ages met at Heckscher State Park to participate in the 5K Family Run/Walk hosted by Knights of Columbus Sunrise Council 6607. Despite the …

East Islip resident and self-proclaimed horror author Robert P. Ottone is set to release his new collection of short horror fiction, titled “Wrapped in Plastic and Other Sweet Nothings,” …

The Islip Resource Recovery Agency submitted an application to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) for an Article 27 solid-waste permit modification to an existing …

Ed Romaine (R) vs. Dave Calone (D) Former federal and state prosecutor Dave Calone (D) and current Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine will be vying for the Suffolk County executive seat as …

Mike McElwee (R) Local business owner and community liaison Mike McElwee is hoping to bring his years of experience in hospitality and government to the Islip Town Council. A lifelong …

Samuel Gonzalez (D) Brentwood resident and District 9 legislator Samuel Gonzalez will be running for re-election this upcoming November. Gonzalez has been actively involved in the Long Island …

At least 85 people, mostly homeowners on Davis Park, came to hear Brookhaven supervisor Ed Romaine and other town officials speak about the immediate severity of beach erosion on Tuesday. And to …

When Hathaway Scully bequeathed her beautiful 1917 Normandy-style mansion and 70 acres of grounds for preservation as a wildlife sanctuary and nature preserve in the early 1980s, she probably never …

Former federal and state prosecutor and nominee for Suffolk County executive Dave Calone released his Suffolk Forward plans to keep Suffolk safe. “As a former federal prosecutor, I know …

As the back-to-school excitement of September ends and October begins, Suffolk County law enforcement will continue putting a stop to illegal school bus passing through Suffolk County’s School …

“But today, we’re not just building a building. What we really are creating is a place of hope, a place of compassion, a place of caring for our community.” On Wednesday, Sept. …

When there’s a chill in the air and the colors of autumn begin to cover the landscape, Sagtikos Manor Historical Society ushers in the new season with their annual Fall Festival. The event, …

When seven disadvantaged areas, including Brownsville, Bed-Stuy and East New York, were tapped for locations by the New York City Department of Probation offering free photography classes to young …

Throughout the year, the Town of Islip has the distinct honor of recognizing extraordinary members of the community who live their lives with determination and drive, leading by positive example to …

On Sunday, families and car enthusiasts gathered at Islip Town Hall for the “Kiwanis Rocks” car show. People came throughout this beautiful day to enjoy cars, live music, raffles, and …

The Islip Public Library meeting room was already half filled with people streaming in, long before the start of the Historical Society of Islip Hamlet’s “Islip’s Bay …

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