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John Valdini, Mayor of Brightwaters “My main goal is to continue getting the residents involved in their village. Whether you have lived in the village for 100 days or 100 years, we feel …

I still have yet to watch the last season of “Boardwalk Empire,” and it broadcast in 2014. There is a part of me that gets attached to a show like a new group of friends I’ve …

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Islip is known for its numerous outreach programs that continue to help those in the community. Their on-site thrift shop is no exception. The shop is located in …

Brightwaters’ Department of Public Works is moving from rags to riches—or in this case, working in temporary trailers and old horse stables to a brand-new 3,000-square-foot building. …

Out with the old and in with the new; let’s all say goodbye to 2023. Now is a better time than ever to review the last 12 months. Here is to good health and prosperity in 2024! …

As 2023 slowly comes to a close, Cordello Elementary students are looking forward to ringing in the New Year. Laura Indelicato’s art class created a Welcome 2024 banner that is on display to …

At the East Islip Board of Education’s Dec. 14 meeting, Red Ribbon Week slogan contest winners Angelina Hannon (Ruth C. Kinney Elementary School) and June Ritter (John F. Kennedy Intermediate …

Students in Islip High School art classes recently visited Stony Brook University to explore the different ways of experiencing art at the collegiate level. Fine arts director Michael Hershkowitz and …

“I will leave here with a profound sense of pride in the work I have done alongside dedicated public servants with who I have had the honor and the privilege to work.” For the last …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron, along with family and friends, gathered to recognize Helen Wind on the occasion of her 99th birthday at Bay Shore Historical Society’s potluck dinner.   She was …

Arts and culture not only make Long Island a good place to live; they also contribute to Long Island’s economy. That’s the message from a new study released by Americans for the …

Dozens of toys were picked up from Islip Town Hall and delivered to the Salvation Army, for distribution to the organization’s Angel Tree recipients. Town of Islip employees went above and …

Santa Claus, Darth Vader, Storm Troopers, Elvis, and community members gathered at Amvets Hall Post 18, in East Islip, for the third annual Brunch with Santa, hosted by Kiwanis Rocks of Islip and Bay …

Are you a teen poet looking to share your talents with Suffolk County? Searching for a leadership opportunity that enables you to inspire your community? Look no further—applications for the …

To celebrate the season of giving, local Boy Scout Troop 205 and East Islip Cub Scouts who are part of the Listen to Lead (L2L) program, visited the senior residents at …

At South Shore University Hospital, hospital staff are able to travel the world—without ever leaving the hospital grounds. Through the South Shore University Hospital Passport Program, a …

Two impressive Islip High School football players broke school records during the Bucs’ fall season. Brady Nash broke both the single game passing yard record, with 378 yards, and the …

Have you noticed the beautiful mural completed on the side of the Bay Shore Amvets Post 76 building? The mural depicts the five branches of the military and was painted by the very talented Tess …

The East Islip varsity football team was honored by the Town of Islip board at their monthly meeting on Dec. 12 for winning the Long Island Championship Class III. East Islip won against Nassau …

A “through-the-fence” (TTF) agreement recognized by the FAA and dating back to the 1960s and semi-formalized in the 1970s with annual fees between November Romeo LLC (on the Halstead …

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