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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 …

Nearly 74 percent of Democratic voters said yes to Jackie Gordon, running for Congress in the 2nd Congressional District, NY-2. She will be on the ballot in November aiming for Republican …

Republican, Conservative, Sayville resident, lawyer and assemblyman Andrew Garbarino was the winner in the Republican primary congressional candidate for NY-2 with close to 67 percent of …

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 …

Sayville Library hosted a legislative and medical update regarding the status of reopening on Wednesday, June 24, the same day Long Island entered Phase 3. A Zoom meeting featuring town, county, …

The annual Seafood Festival held at the Long Island Maritime Museum usually brings in 12,000 eventgoers, some years as high as 15,000. At $8 for admission, this brings in nearly $100,000 for the …

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, …

While the Sayville Main Street Starbucks and staffers are ardently beloved, the coffee company’s proposed move to West Sayville’s former Chase location with its ATM drive-through on …

The Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ will be hosting a sex trafficking: hidden in plain sight town hall on Monday, June 29 at 7 p.m. This nationally available live-streaming will …

With all three districts—Sayville, Bayport-Blue Point and Connetquot— proposing carefully outlined budgets that were under the recommended overall growth of 3 percent, the 2020 vote …

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 …

Three million dollars is a lot to owe Suffolk County in back taxes. But that is the obligatory amount that Mercury International LLC owes on the former Dowling College site, said county deputy …

While June’s biggest celebration, Pride Month, had some of its characteristic glitter and luster taken away due to the COVID-19 crisis, that did not stop the Transgender Resource Center …

On the subject of discussing the financial crisis due to the impact of COVID-19, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone reported that the county is in a “financial …

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 …

A piece of nostalgia has come to Sayville as The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce presents “A Pop-Up Drive-In Movie Weekend.” Enjoy a fun family night out or a great date night this …

Sometimes, hard work, dogged persistence and intelligent measures really do get noticed. The Oakdale Historical Society received a 2020 award for Organizational Excellence by Preservation …

The Islip Arts Council is ready to begin their Summer Reimagined. The new virtual concert series will be presented online through recordings of live performances. The musicians and their bands …

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state announced for Long Island to enter Phase 3 that allowed indoor dining and personal care at 50 percent capacity on June 17, and Suffolk County executive Steve …

For a historic mansion, one that has an Islip Town Planned Landmark Designation and a 2020 citation from Preservation Long Island for the historical society that fought for it, the Vanderbilt Mansion …

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