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Kitten season, the period when hundreds of stray and feral cats give birth, begins in February and ends sometime between October and November. An unspayed kitten can go into heat at just six …

Gateway’s musical, “Fiddler on the Roof,” opened in Bellport on Friday, buoyed by a radiance that poured forth from every actor, with Bruce Winant as Tevye at the helm, spinning the …

South Shore University Hospital (SSUH) today announced the completion of its $71 million, 45,560-square-foot, two-story Women and Children’s Center. The hospital-within-a-hospital includes a …

Local state senators Alexis Weik (R-8th District) and Dean Murray (R-3rd District), along with 13 other senators, submitted a letter to Gov. Kathy Hochul urging her to rescind the electric bus …

“When a musician plays solo pieces of Bach, it is almost like you are seeing the inside of their musical soul,” shared music director of the Island Symphony Orchestra, Eric Stewart. …

A New York woman has tragically died after eating improperly labeled cookies that contained undeclared peanuts. The cookies were sold by Stew Leonard’s stores in Danbury and Newington, Conn., …

Letter carriers seem to be unsung heroes—they provide an essential service, yet often go unnoticed or underappreciated. But not Matt. The Brightwaters community has rallied behind …

Some people were born to be doctors, lawyers, artists, or athletes, and some animals were born to be therapy animals—comforting strangers, building community, and bringing joy to all they …

On Tuesday, Jan. 23, registered voters within the West Islip Union Free School District voted to approve a renovation project for the district’s indoor swimming pool facility. Eight …

At Brightwaters Art Council’s 6-12th Grade Student Art Show, student artists were able to showcase their talents for friends, family, and art connoisseurs. The free event was held at the …

Despite the fact that Bach’s music was written centuries ago, performances of his music bring the musician to life in a way that mesmerizes all who listen. Two hundred and seventy-four years …

Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-New York) announced the FY 2025 Executive Budget, which is proposed to make “significant investments to make New York more affordable, more livable and safer.” …

In anticipation of Brightwaters Art Council’s upcoming Business of Art Panel Discussion on Jan. 30, four brilliant local artists who make up the panel took the time to interview with the Islip …

Upon boarding a New York City subway, no one would expect to witness someone taking their last breaths at the hands of another passenger. Yet, that is exactly what happened on a northbound F train on …

When Stefan Hespeler learned the statistic that over 20 veterans and one active-duty military member are lost to suicide per day, he was astounded. Upon gaining this knowledge on April 2, 2016, a …

Since Wednesday, January 17, almost 300 Town of Islip residents reported to the Receiver of Taxes' Office that their property tax payment enclosed in the TOI preprinted envelope, due by January 10, …

Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond A. Tierney today announced that Shanti Felton, 20, of Virginia, was sentenced to 10 years in prison followed by five years of post-release supervision, after …

A severe storm weathered through the night of Jan. 9 into the morning of Jan. 10, resulting in serious damage along the South Shore of Long Island. The strong winds and heavy rain from the …

During the monthly meeting of the Brightwaters Board of Trustees on Jan. 8, a public hearing was held to consider the adoption of Local Law X-2024 Amending Article V Zoning Chapter 128 Business …

Enjoying a swim in the pool seems to be a timeless hobby for people of all ages. But for residents of West Islip, the clock is ticking. The district’s indoor swimming pool facility has not had …

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