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Tips for having a safe summer

It’s mid-July and though the weather has been less than ideal, summer is still a time to enjoy. Living on the South Shore, we are fortunate to be neighbors of the Great South Bay. But with that …

Frank Perrino remembers when the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in 1990. “A lot of people praised it,” Perrino said of the bill. “I’m not one of them.” …

The Sayville community held a S.T.R.I.D.E.S. Community Walk to celebrate the qualities of strength and resiliency that the students and community have shown throughout this difficult year. The …

Amman, Jordan – My husband is a good son—the type of son that calls his parents every Sunday; for seven years, FaceTime was their only means of communication. Then we got an opportunity …

This is a great surprise one-pot-dish for people who love mac and cheese. I love to cook this in a coated cast iron so I can go from stovetop to oven. I start by cooking the lobster and pasta, or if …

Father's Day is a time to celebrate all the joys and struggles of raising children and an opportunity to honor those who have embraced the essential role of fatherhood. It is an opportunity to thank …

Kevin Harney, the Center Moriches resident and driving founder with Alan Nahmias, of Contractors for Kids, was present in spirit in Bohemia on Tuesday. As supporters flowed in, warmly greeting …

Losing the pandemic weight gain definitely stopped being a priority when Suffolk County News and The Long Island Advance decided to search and scour the South Shore for the best lobster …

Making a living and interactive monument to fallen soldiers of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq was local Oakdale resident, Dave Chan. Chan, who serves on the race committee of Northport-based …

Michael R. Kearney has a bright future. Only 25 years old and possessed with extraordinary talent, he is an organist, pianist and composer with an impressive resume of accomplishments and education, …

Embracing and embodying all that is the #girlboss aesthetic is Patchogue’s leading lady, Jacqueline Routh.  The under-30 dynamo boasts an impressive résumé with her …

Last week served as a sigh of relief for many of Islip Town’s roughly 329,600 residents after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its modified mask guidelines. On May 16, …

Besides the usual bills, catalogues and donation pleas, U.S. Postal Service mail carrier Darnell Guillouette, whose route is part of south Sayville, has made some unusual deliveries.  Chicks …

John Tafe is a 19-year-old college student at Stony Brook University majoring in meteorology with a concentration in atmospheric sciences. He volunteers his time with the Stop Island Hills …

In 2017, New York State announced a $75 million septic system fund to assist homeowners with the costs to replace aging septic systems allotted over five years; Suffolk County got $10 million of the …

Last week, the Sayville girls varsity lacrosse team used their leverage of home-field advantage while hosting Harborfields.  Erin Schaeffer christened the Sayville offense by scoring very …

St. John’s Church in Oakdale held its annual “Salute to Our Armed Forces”—a tribute and laying of wreaths to honor the service of past heroes. Researched and led by Town of …

Growing things can be a very satisfying experience. There’s a sense of accomplishment to see a plant go from seed to seedling to producing an actual tomato. Family Residences and Essential …

Last week in varsity boys lacrosse Suffolk Division II, the Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms hosted the Port Jefferson Royals for a Friday matinee. The Phantoms came into the contest with a record of 3-1 …

Seatuck Environmental Association in Islip has discovered that the population of the North American river otter—a mammal once near extinction on Long Island—could be on the …

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