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Bayport-Blue Point Library on schedule with construction

The mounds of dirt peeking over the fence on Middle Road in Blue Point at the new Bayport-Blue Point Library are an indicator that progress is being made on the former St. Ursula …

In conjunction with the Town of Islip initiative of “going purple” for the month of September, Razing Hair in Bayport, an upscale salon on Montauk Highway, held a kickoff event on …

In mid-July, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced that for the 2020-2021 season there would be no regional or state competition and that fall sports would start …

The go-to place in Bayport for birthday, anniversary, and other milestone celebrations is the posh Le Soir French restaurant. Established in the late ‘70s by couple Michael and Yasha …

In order to help small businesses adjust to new public health requirements as commercial districts reopen for business, PSEG Long Island is encouraging chambers of commerce and business …

In a community celebration, the trustees and director of the Bayport-Blue Point Library hosted the ground-breaking ceremony at the former St. Ursula Center’s front lawn on Friday, July …

Forty years was the last time a Bayport hamlet study was conducted. A lot of changes have taken place. Take, for instance, its former downtown hub on Middle Road with Shand’s, a beloved …

With the severe isolation of the coronavirus quarantine wearing heavily, Jason Edmonds wanted to help others feel connected again in real life. After bumping into a friend one morning while on …

Opening up the dining room after a three-month hiatus due to COVID-19, The Fish Store in Bayport came back with a fiercely experimental menu that featured all the favorites with inventive …

With libraries serving as vital community centers, their closure due to COVID-19 regulations, has left a paucity in the towns they serve for cultural and social events. But in late June, …

On March 17, as many New Yorkers in the food and hospitality industry faced a grim future, Ryan Carroll lost his prestigious job at the Times Square Edition Hotel, where he worked under the likes …

The Suffolk County Legisla- ture approved a $250,000 grant to the Bayport-Blue Point Library to build an advance wastewater treatment system that will reduce nitrogen load- ing into the local …

The art of sewing runs in their blood for ninth-grader Henrietta Edmonds and her mother Elizabeth of Bayport. Elizabeth’s mother was a seamstress, but never got around to passing down the …

With a devastating Forbes article estimating that 42 percent of jobs lost in the pandemic would not be returning, small businesses stand to bear the brunt of COVID-19’s grave economic …

“Let’s make sure our neighbors are fed,” was the prevailing thought behind Seth Needelman’s organization of a food drive for the local pantry at Our Lady of the Snow R.C. …

As families spend weeks together at home, the need to capture the triumph of joy amidst the gray sea of survival has come up as a muse for photographers through the #front- porchproject. The …

Passion Week is upon us, and services leading into and on Easter Sunday are available at local churches online, whether on Zoom, Facebook Live, or YouTube. The web address for all services on …

With a refreshing take on island living and adventurous individualism, Lost Voyagers Company is an apparel brand that speaks to an explorer’s free spirit and a gamesman’s sense of …

A staff member in the Bayport-Blue Point School District has tested positive for coronavirus, according to a letter sent by Superintendent Timothy Hearney on Thursday. The letter is below: Dear …

Jack Flood is a decathlete with a considerable drive. Graduating from Bayport-Blue Point High School in 2013, Flood has since remained focused on his goal of representing the United States in not …

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