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IRS rules on the Suffolk County Septic Improvement Program

On December 2, 2022, the Internal Revenue Service issued an announcement providing an update on the taxability of grants. The Announcement 2022-26 can be found at the following …

There were several firsts at the recently concluded Miss Universe pageant held in New Orleans. The winner, R’Bonney Gabriel, is the first Filipino-American Miss USA to win the prestigious …

Since 2006, the family and friends of James McNaughton have gathered for an extremely successful benefit to honor and remember McNaughton’s life. McNaughton was a New York City police officer …

Expanding on its status as a landmark of the South Shore’s connection to the era of robber barons and American princesses, the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, in Great River (which, as of late, has …

On Jan. 29, musicians and music lovers from across Long Island will gather in the beautiful sanctuary of St. Peter’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church to celebrate Johann Sebastian Bach and his …

On Wednesday, Jan. 11, a joint press conference was held with the Suffolk County Police Department and local politicians regarding stricter penalties for illegal ATV (all-terrain vehicle) use in …

This past week, I attended the Sayville Library’s Zoom presentation of “Rumrunning in Suffolk County: Tales from Liquor Island.” The lecture was taught by Southold town historian …

With the help of Dr. Christopher Gobler, of Stony Brook University’s Gobler Laboratory, Save The Great South Bay presented its annual State of the Bay address during their Fall Speaker Series. …

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” is the author’s best-known work. The timeless enemies to lovers novel has brought forth …

John Pacella grew up in Oakdale and graduated from Connetquot High School in 1974. Excelling in three seasons of varsity baseball, Pacella was splendid on the pitching mound, with a 21-4 record for …

Liz Mayott, president of the Islip Chamber of Commerce Mayott said the Islip Chamber’s goals for 2023 were to “strengthen unity in our community by encouraging residents and business …

King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla owe the producers, writers, and actors of “The Crown” a huge favor after Season 5 of the hugely popular, lush program. This penultimate …

On Sunday, Dec. 4, the Fire Chiefs Council of Suffolk County held their annual Installation Brunch at Captain Bill’s in Bay Shore. The council represents 108 fire departments in Suffolk County. …

Out with the old and in with the new; let’s all say goodbye to 2022. Now is a better time than ever to review the last 12 months. Here is to good health and prosperity in …

From the first moment, it was obvious the fourth annual Army-Navy Game Benefit on Dec. 10, at the Portly Villager, for the Lt. Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum, was different. It wasn’t …

Habitat for Humanity of Long Island, located at 643 Middle Country Road in Middle Island, brewed up a fundraiser which was as effervescent and refreshing as opening a nice cold one. The organization …

There are two local menorah lightings taking place soon, with the first being the annual Chanukah on Main Street event at the top of the canal in Brightwaters on Sunday, Dec. 18 at 4:30 p.m. This …

You may have seen this image. Its background story is so relevant to share this year. Who we are as a Jewish people, shouldn’t be defined by what others think or say about us. But …

It’s been over 100 years since Long Island Rail Road service experienced as large of an upgrade as the upcoming Grand Central Madison that will connect LIRR riders to the eastside of Manhattan. …

With many iterations, origin stories, and sequels, “The Wizard of Oz” has its own world of fan fiction, but nothing beats the original score and story of the 1939 classic. The CM …

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