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An ebullient, soaring performance powerhouse of talent emerged Friday night at The Gateway’s Long Island premiere of “Jersey Boys,” with its four stars, cast, and orchestra blowing …

For the third consecutive year, East Islip’s Momentum at South Bay Rehabilitation and Nursing sponsored a program to donate backpacks full of school supplies to needy students from the East …

Town councilman John C. Cochrane Jr., retired U.S. Navy Capt. and chairman of Islip Town Veterans’ Advisory Board, recently met with the town’s newest centenarian, World War II veteran …

With September rapidly approaching, the first day of school will be here before we know it. Students and teachers alike are thrilled to return to their classrooms and catch up with familiar faces …

If asked to describe 16-year-old East Islip high-schooler Ella Tantillo, many students and coaches would first and foremost mention her impressive feats as a student-athlete. Ella is a two-time …

As citizens of the United States of America, a nation of immigrants, we have an inherent desire to remember our roots and take pride in where we came from. With so much diversity within our town, …

The West Islip Chamber of Commerce welcomed new business Alluring Age Anti-Aging and Wellness Center, located at 400 Montauk Highway, Suite 106. Alluring Age is a dedicated center focused on …

Occupying the stratum of New York mythology that covers “Goodfellas” and the majority of Martin Scorsese’s career, “A Bronx Tale” is a story whose characters feel at …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron was honored to recognize Cole Stassi, of Keiser University men’s lacrosse, who was chosen as a nominee for the A.O. Duer Award, named in honor of the NAIA’s …

A sea of pink filled the Bay Shore Marina on Tuesday, Aug. 8; the rosy hue did not come from the Great South Bay, but rather from members of the West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition for Long Island as …

The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) announced that it has submitted applications for more than $100 million in grant funding through the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act (WIIA). The New …

Suffolk County Police Third Squad detectives are investigating a boat crash that killed a man on West Fire Island in the Great South Bay today. Christopher Cannella called 911 at approximately 7:35 …

After the Suffolk County Legislature voted to recess, the Suffolk County Clean Water Plan will not appear on the 2023 general election ballot in November. The Long Island Advance took the …

If you have faced unemployment before, you likely have experienced the anxiety of navigating a bleak job market. Job searching can feel hopeless if you do not know where to find opportunities, or are …

New York State Sen. Dean Murray, along with Jennifer Marino Rojas, executive director, Child Care Council of Suffolk Inc., recently held a roundtable discussion with parents, child care providers, …

With such a wide variety of cultures, languages, and religions being practiced within the Town of Islip, our rich diversity has proven to be one of the greatest strengths of our community. To …

Growing indoor plants has proven to have tremendous benefits: indoor plants have the power to boost moods, reduce stress, and add life to sterile spaces. However, many people were born without a …

Wohseepee Park in Brightwaters was full of smiling faces, as Brightwaters residents caught up with neighbors and enjoyed a live concert at the Mayor Joseph McNulty Ice Cream Social and Band Concert …

Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers and New York State Police rescued a man who fell into the water after a car crash in West Islip during the early morning of Sunday, Aug. 6. Suffolk …

The Music on Main concert series is bringing free musical performances to the East Islip community. The concert series, presented by the East Islip Community Chamber of Commerce, is hosted on the …

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