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Hon. Gary Brown has ordered the Town of Islip to federal court in a voting rights case surrounding at-large districts for council seats, on July 30. The several-plaintiff suit filed against the …
Sayville News

New look, great food at Main Street Diner

The true mettle of any diner lies in its breakfast service. For the recently reopened Main Street Diner in Sayville, it functioned as a main- stay of weekend brunch. My husband and I, avid …

Honorable Peter Fox Cohalan Scholarship awarded in Sayville

It is good to be interested in your dad’s work. At least it was for 17-year-old George Gurney, whose father, Scott Gurney, is a National Park Service ranger at the Sagamore Hill National …

1,500 attend Sayville's annual Back the Blue event

On Saturday, Aug. 1, a Back the Blue rally was held at the Sayville Long Island Rail Road station with a march to and from the parking lot through downtown Main Street. For the past five years, …

No Common Ground concerts this year

It’s hard to believe that for about 15 years, concerts have been performed at The Common Ground at Rotary Park in Sayville. The iconic Pamela Raymond pavilion and the Peace Labyrinth were …
School News

Sayville artist making music while tour is on hold

If you could take the spirit of Lana Del Rey, the angst of Soundgarden, the tragically poetic turns of phrase of Fiona Apple, and the commanding stage presence of Lita Ford, you would have the …

Islip Arts Council announces virtual concert series

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 …
Hometown Heroes

Sayville civic group supports local businesses with gift basket items

In a time where small businesses are fighting for their lives, the Sayville Village Improvement Society has decided to give back to the business owners who have supported them throughout their …

Carroll’s Kitchen morphs into an official 501(c)(3) nonprofit

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 …