News
526 results total, viewing 441 - 460

Islip’s Living History Day was held on Saturday, June from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Islip Grange, on the corner of Broadway Avenue and Montauk Highway in Sayville. Attendees were able to …

Imagine a place where people of all ages and special needs could strengthen community and family ties, enjoy the physical and mental benefits of fresh air and exercise, and then donate their yield to …

Some people’s lives proceed in a predictable trajectory, while others’ unique lifepaths take, to paraphrase poet Robert Frost, the road less traveled, and Bay Shore resident Christine …

The Brightwaters Village Board of Trustees monthly meeting was held on Monday, June 5, at Brightwaters Village Hall. The meeting began with an update of ongoing water cleanup efforts in the village. …

The Girl Scouts of Suffolk County recently celebrated local Girl Scouts who earned the prestigious Girl Scout Gold Award, including two members of West Islip Service Unit 617 and Islip Service Unit …

Local Boy Scout Troop 95 worked with Legis. Steven Flotteron on flower plantings and beach cleanup at Madeleine Hsu’s Playground at West Islip Beach, in preparation for the annual Family Night …

Before a new creation, destruction of the old and outworn is often necessary, and in this spirit of renewal the Islip Town Board voted unanimously to raze a blighted Bay Shore property. The …

On Tuesday, June 20, an election was held for two of the four seats on the Village of Brightwaters Board of Trustees. Polls were open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Brightwaters Village Hall. Results …

Suffolk County Police Friday arrested a West Islip woman for falsely reporting men with guns were inside her home. Suffolk County Police received a 911 call from Melissa O’Brien, who …

TRITEC Real Estate Company announced today that Great South Bay Brewery has signed a lease for 8,428 square feet of space at Station Yards, a mixed-use development at the Long Island Railroad Station …

Operation VEST, a local 501(c)3 organization committed to raising awareness for veteran suicide prevention and eliminating the stigma surrounding mental health, had an incredible turnout for the …

On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress passed an act establishing an official flag for the new nation. The resolution stated, “Resolved, that the flag of the United States be 13 stripes, …

On June 6, AJCE Corp was awarded the contract to begin the removal of the separated shotcrete panels and brick rubble located on the northeast side of the lighthouse terrace. “We are excited …

On June 7, City of New York’s Corporation Counsel, Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix, announced that the City of New York was filing suit against more than 30 New York localities that issued what …

Sagtikos Manor, in Bay Shore, was constructed in 1697 by New York City mayor Stephanus Van Cortlandt. Van Cortlandt purchased the property in 1692 from the Secatogue Native Americans. The name …

In honor of the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion, on June 6, 2014, the FBI celebrated a landmark which was home to one of the bureau’s intelligence victories during World War II. At a …

Earlier this year, the stately century-old Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building, on East Main Street in Bay Shore, was in the process of being sold by the Bay Shore American Legion Post 365. At …

ERASE Racism announced four winners of its “Raise Your Voice” student essay contest, with each receiving a $500 college scholarship. The winners are high school seniors at Bay Shore High …

Islip High School has announced as its Class of 2023 valedictorian and salutatorian, Connor Autera and Nelson Chan, respectively. These two seniors serve as shining examples of academic achievement …

West Islip High School has named three students as the Academic Leaders for the Class of 2023. They are Emily Bahm, Sophia Bahm, and Eugene Ditaranto.  Emily Bahm is a member …

« Prev | 1 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 27 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.