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Maritime museum needs support to stay open

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 …

Everyone values a home-cooked meal. It was made with love, it was made for you (probably with a unique recipe, too). And it’s hard for restaurants to recreate this—a space with a homey …

After reader interest, the Suffolk County News filed a Freedom of Information request with the Suffolk County Board of Elections for results of the Nov. 5, 2019 election, specifically the results …

On Sunday, Jan. 5 at the Sayville Republican Club, located on Main Street in Sayville, Legis. Anthony Piccirillo gathered with his supporters for his inauguration by former assemblyman and current …

It’s really nothing new for longtime Sayville resident Mark Frappied. Designing, creating and building high-end furniture began about eight years ago, after ditching what he once thought was …

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 …

Town employees largely account for the slight taxpayer increase, elected officials say

Islip Town incumbents re-elected; Flotteron and Cilmi hold seats

A compiled list of the Town of Islip candidates up for election on Nov. 5.

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2020 tentative budget shows an $18 average increase per household; does not pierce the tax cap

Flooding over the weekend in coastal areas of Long Island.

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