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Islip Town playgrounds reopening with precautions

All playgrounds in the Town of Islip have reopened as of Friday, June 26, and abiding by health guidelines is required in order to use them. Playgrounds were closed for more than three months …

We asked parents from Bay Shore to Bellport how they were coping with teaching their kids about the coronavirus, mitigating their risk for contraction, and what the next steps were in terms of …

With social media bringing awareness of fashion and trends to a younger demographic and, alternately, extending the upper age of maidenhood, a salon’s client roster can span three generations …

A mere 12-year-old, Jessie Rees preached “Never Ever Give Up” (NEGU) in her heroic battle against childhood cancer.  Sixteen-year-old Sayville teen Matthew Zender, who also adopted …

Giving back to the community that has grown and supported them, Momo’s Too pub owner, Rich Comunale, and Island Life apparel proprietor, Bill Davis, wanted to make Christmas extra special this …

Alexis Niblock is a hardworking, competitive athlete with confidence in her ability to perform well on a lacrosse field, particularly low, on defense. Niblock, 16, is a junior at Bayport-Blue …

Celebrating Sayville’s rich and enveloping Dutch and sea-faring heritage, the Long Island Maritime Museum held its “’Tis the Season” event on Saturday, Dec. 7, offering guided …

The West Sayville Fire Department is the heart and soul of the community. Their membership has never been stronger. In this regard and so many others, they are bucking the trend. Why? Meet the West …

By Gary A. Schaum   It has been a good season for the Flying Dutchmen Drill Team of the West Sayville Fire Department, with four tournament victories: Long Island Invitational Champions, …

When the live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” was announced, I, and almost every other woman in her early 30s, rejoiced and shared the news on Facebook. One of a handful of …

The Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ at 131 Middle Road in Sayville is presenting its 28th Annual Victorian Tea on Friday, December 6 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m, Saturday, December 7 at noon …

While starting high school carries with it the burden of new beginnings, Bohemia resident Marina Duszak, at age 14, was faced with what she thought might be the end of her running career—a …

Serving up cookies and hot chocolate, the Bayport-Blue Point Chamber is hosting a Christmas tree lighting on Monday, Dec. 2 and a menorah lighting on the first day of Hanukkah, Dec. …

Girls earned a Silver Award and are continuing to improve the facility

Sayville third-grader Dominick Allegrezza shares his experience through the haunt for kids

Event will be hosted by Long Island Maritime Museum

The book of choice: Katherine Applegate’s “Wishtree.” 

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