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Close loss for BBP at Suffolk County Championship

While the Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms had a hard-fought game with the Shoreham Wading River Wildcats, they lost the Section XI, Division 4 Suffolk County Championship game with a final score of 26-23 …

With the generosity of Bob Venero, president of Future Tech Enterprise, and many community donations, the Bayport Civic Association conducted its 18th annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway. Over …

After a dizzying shopping spree for holiday presents in downtown Sayville or Patchogue, drop by Bayport for a recharging meal that’s a break from turkey sandwiches. The culinary lineup along …

This holiday season, while buying gifts for family and friends, be sure to make some time to help support local food pantries and organizations collecting items to help others. Right here in …

Heralding a final playoff win this past Friday, Nov. 12 against Mount Sinai, the Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms will be competing in the Suffolk County Championship game this Friday, Nov. 19 at Stony …

Facebook feeds are filled with birth announcements, gender reveals, and the oh-so-adorable monthly photo sesh, with Target blankets mapping out each month of a baby’s development, but all those …

he Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 15th annual Miracle on Main Street this Saturday, Nov. 27, coinciding with Small Business Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend. Last year, due to …

With a roaring season only allowing one upset, the Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms crushed the John Glenn varsity football team from Elwood in the first playoff game in the post-season with a final score …

On Friday, Nov. 5, Bayport-Blue Point will play Elwood-J Glenn at Bayport-Blue Point at 5 p.m. BBP enters playoffs at 7-1.

A Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization Grant in the amount of $16,000 was awarded to the Blue Point Civic Association for the purchase and installation of LED lighting on Montauk …

Nicole Fuentes, Mariana Dominguez & Sam Desmond contributed to this story. As far as election nights go, this was a comparably quiet one for Suffolk County Democrats, who gathered to watch …

The decadent and swanky Stereo Garden in Patchogue was an apropos setting for the overwhelming Republican victory party on Election Night. Decked out in red, white, and blue balloons, lights, and …

As the honored Americana tradition of homecoming returns to the South Shore after a year of COVID restrictions, local schools are making an effort to come back as strong as years past. In …

Famed, local, muralist, Tess Parker, who is the brilliant and community-nuanced artist behind the Oakdale mural at the Idle Hour Deli, the USPS mural at the West Sayville post office, and logo mural …

During a press conference on Sept. 28 the Petito and Schmidt family displayed new tattoos honoring their daughter and spoke about the need for the same attention to be shown to all missing persons as …

Rupert is the nickname I had for the beloved BBP town Santa Claus, Tom Reid. The publisher of the Bayport-Blue Point and Sayville Gazettes, Rupert (cheekily called that by me for being a rascally …

French pastries with steaming mugs of coffee in a quiet space will emerge soon at the new Bayport-Blue Point Library. Michelle Gillette-Kelly, owner of Mademoiselle Patchogue, has signed the …

In an effort to show appreciation to nearby residents, the Bayport Aerodrome hosts an annual Neighborhood Appreciation Picnic. Last year’s was cancelled due to COVID-19—and this …

Bayport Blue Point schools superintendent, Dr. Timothy Hearney, sent out an email to parents this morning, Tuesday, September 21 expressing grief and support about the recent death of a ninth-grade …

Neil “Pops” Needelman is a welcome, vivacious, and comforting throwback to the delis and butcher shops of ol’ Brooklyn, as he hosts his retired friends at his weekly kibitz (Yiddish …

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