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It’s that verdant time of year when winter’s cold gives way to spring’s blossom. This time is also synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day, which is celebrated annually on March 17. …

A large concentration of merganser ducks flocked to Willits Creek, in West Islip, on Feb. 19. The photographer said large numbers of mergansers is an unusual phenomenon.

In 2021, Winters Bros. closed on over 200 acres of land neighboring the current Brookhaven Town landfill in Yaphank, just south of Horseblock Road. The purchase of the property, according to Will …

This is the first installment of a new column, which will explore a local legend, historical tale, or mystery surrounding Islip Town, Long Island, and beyond. The Ronkonkoma Recreation Center, …

Paul Bigelow’s granddaughter, Denise Valenti, joined the Long Island Decoy Collectors Association years ago, to continue her family’s heritage. After noticing both the club and the show …

Breeze airways the newest, nicest low-fare airline, is adding two new nonstop destinations from Long Island’s MacArthur Airport, starting in May, with seasonal summer flights to Pittsburgh, PA …

The National Park Service (NPS) announced that deer removal operations, approved through the Fire Island National Seashore White-tailed Deer Management Plan, will be implemented during the second …

Now that warm weather is just on the horizon, it’s time to start thinking about all the fun outdoor activities that are available to residents in the area, and East Islip Beach/Marina has eight …

The Bay Shore Historical Society met on Thursday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Public Library, located at 1 South Country Rd., in Brightwaters, in honor of Black History Month. …

When an elderly loved one—often a parent, or grandparent, who previously watched over you—is entrusted to your care, nothing is more sacrosanct than ensuring that they are safe and …

Bay Shore Lions Club’s 80 members gave a collective roar of approval after hosting one of the most successful Taste for Sight fundraisers in their 91-year history. The event, held …

The Historical Society of Islip Hamlet—in cooperation with the Islip Public Library and the Islip Schools Fine and Performing Arts Department—presents a cinematic selection to inspire and …

The ancient proverb, “Laughter is the best medicine”—based on a quote originated in the King James version of the Bible—turns out to be backed by scientific evidence as well. …

Islip High School’s varsity wrestling team captured the League VI tournament championship on Feb. 4, held at Kings Park Middle School. The contest was notable for outstanding performances by …

The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office is joining forces with the Medford branch of national service dog organization Canine Companions. Suffolk County district attorney Raymond Tierney …

For the 2023-2024 tax year, as a result of state legislation and local laws adopted by the Islip Town Board on Oct.18, 2022, the maximum income eligibility level for eligible senior citizens and …

The Board of the Suffolk County Water Authority last week passed two resolutions targeted at stronger conservation policies for the residents of Suffolk County. The resolutions were adopted after the …

While Long Island Ducks baseball team owner Frank Boulton is most synonymous with sports in the area, he is also a philanthropist and a lover of music and live performance. As a part-time New York …

When a woman is going through cancer, it is one of the most difficult experiences imaginable. On top of feeling physically unwell, undergoing arduous treatments, dealing with the anxiety which such a …

The Village of Brightwaters Board of Trustees meeting was held on Monday, Feb. 6 at Village Hall, located at 40 Seneca Drive, in Brightwaters. Board of Trustees meetings are always held on the first …

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