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As president of Division Seven of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, America’s oldest Irish Catholic Fraternal Organization, Shawn O’Neill dedicates his life to living out the A.O.H motto: …

Did you know that Larry Mendelsohn, the owner of Islip Speedway and creator of the Demolition Derby, lived in the Town of Islip? As did Saul Bernstein, a Sayville High School track star who was …

Upon seeing someone jump into the Great South Bay in 20-or-30-degree weather, one might assume that that person lost a bet, or is not in a sound state of mind. Yet on Jan. 20, a determined group will …

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

Promising a more efficient county government and an administration “rooted in the values of hard work, personal initiative, and accountability,” Ed Romaine took the oath of office as …

Suffolk County executive Ed Romaine issued an executive order declaring that names of all public officials, including the Office of the Suffolk County Executive, are to be removed from all county …

By Grace Mercurio After being appointed during the Jan. 3 Organizational Town Board Meeting and taking his Oath of Office, Islip Town councilman Michael McElwee has been officially welcomed to …

The highly anticipated Bay Shore Brightwaters St. Patrick’s Day Parade is officially set to take place on March 9 at 2 p.m. As always, a grand marshal is selected to lead the parade as it …

“Moving forward in 2024, I will continue to focus on further improvements in county parks, public safety and our bottom-line finances. Current initiatives include adding a Visitor’s …

Thomas Bernagozzi, a retired Bay Shore third-grade teacher, has recently been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing students under his care. Bernagozzi is facing felony charges of course of sexual …

At the Wind Watch Golf and Country Club on Jan. 20, you will find people dressed in all blue to attend a lively night for one purpose: hope. Taylor’s Hope Blue Ribbon Dinner will be a night of …

Support young, local artists by attendi ng Brightwaters Art Council’s 6th-12th Grade Student Art show! Student artists will be showcasing their work at the Wohseepee Park Cabin in Brightwaters …

An East Islip man, “Donation Larry,” recently collected and donated over 150 items of goods to the senior residents at Momentum at South Bay for Rehabilitation and …

Pat Cannone grew up in Bayport, graduated from Bayport-Blue Point High School in 2004, and was a hockey forward for 11 professional seasons. Cannone attended Miami University in Ohio and post-college …

The Cortland Red Dragons won their first-ever football national championship last Friday night vs. North Central in Salem, Va. Cortland won the NCAA Division III National Championship with a 14-1 …

Marc Adler, MD, MBA, FACP is the new senior vice president and chief of hospital operations at Long Island Community Hospital. He takes over the position from Richard Margulis, who retired from his …

In a quiet diner off Route 112, I sat across from Mike Tesoriero—president and founder of The Newspaper Museum, a vast collection of print publications stretching from present day to as far …

George Munkenbeck remembers the moment that made him a historian. “As a kid, I hated history,” said Munkenbeck, the Islip Town historian. At the time, Munkenbeck was a teenager …

During a Change of Zone meeting held Dec. 14 at Islip Town Hall, the town board voted to officially rezone the property from Residence A and Business 3 to Residence C, effectively allowing Benchmark …

Community activist and member of the neighborhood watch group that has been patrolling Idle Hour mansion at night since the pandemic, Mike Burke, uncovered court documents from December 19 that …

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