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Undefeated flag football team wins spot in Suffolk championship

Timothy J. Henck Memorial Field was the stage for the Sayville Golden Flashes hosting Kings Park in girls varsity flag football with a trip to the Suffolk County Title game on the line. It was …

At the Town of Islip Board Meeting on Tuesday, May 14, the town voted unanimously to award Kargili Enterprises Ltd., aka Tasty Frosty, based in Bay Shore, to build an operate the three-season …

The Bayport-Blue Point School District congratulates the following Bayport-Blue Point High School student-athletes who have committed to competing at the NCAA Division III level upon graduation. …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts and longtime collaborating organization Women Sharing Art Inc. held an exhibit at the Gilette House in Sayville for members of the latter as well as the recipients …

The Greater Sayville Civic Association hosted their fourth annual Kentucky Derby fundraiser for the third year at Sayville Bait and Tackle on Main Street. Over $1,500 was raised, with the majority …

On Saturday, May 4, the Sayville Farmers’ Market began their season that runs until November from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Islip Grange Park on Broadway Avenue. “Last year our patrons …

From Friday, April 12, to Sunday, April 14, Bayport-Blue Point juniors George Rogers and Yuvraj Toor competed against 62 teams to win sixth place at the NYSFL State Championship in JV Public Forum …

On Wednesday, April 24, the Sayville varsity baseball team played in their annual Salute the Troops game against Miller Place. The tradition to honor veterans on the field began in 2005 with …

Compiled by Sam Desmond BAYPORT-BLUE POINT Two seats are open on the Bayport-Blue Point school board. Each candidate is running unopposed. Mallory Dougherty (unopposed) Mallory …

The Bohemia, Greater Ronkonkoma, and Oakdale civic associations held a joint Meet the Candidates night for the four individuals running for two seats on the Connetquot Board of Education at the …

The Sayville Board of Education voted to adopt the amended proposed budget on April 23 that lowered the proposed increase to 3.7 percent. While contingencies were made to allow for the nearly …

The Connetquot School District adopted the fourth draft of their 2024-2025 budget to be voted on by the community in May. With the tax cap at 3.29 percent (below the eligible tax cap of 3.35 …

Bayport-Blue Point girls varsity lacrosse is hoping to return to the Suffolk County championship game in 2024. They have lived up to their high expectations as they’ve executed dominance …

The Bayport and Blue Point civic associations hosted BBP superintendent Dr. Timothy Hearney for a presentation on the 2024-2025 school budget as well as introductions for unopposed board of education …

It’s been a successful season at “The Swamp” on Brook Street for Sayville varsity baseball. The Golden Flashes are in second place in Suffolk League VI with a 10-5 record. After …

On Saturday, April 27, The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce held their annual Springfest. Originally scheduled earlier this year in March, the event was moved to April following heavy rains. …

On Saturday, April 27, the Oakdale Historical Society hosted volunteers with the West Sayville Junior Fire Department for a cleanup of the grounds of colonial church, St. John’s in Oakdale. …

On a rainy Saturday morning, about 40 volunteers from Save the Great South Bay, wearing yellow safety vests, fanned out across two sites in Patchogue to collect trash. James Bertsch, a Save the …

On Saturday, April 20, volunteers took to cleaning up areas in downtown Main Street and surrounding parts of Sayville. Over a dozen trash bags were collected from debris that had accumulated …

St. John’s Church will be holding their first Food Truck Festival Saturday, May 18 from noon to 5 p.m. There will be food, games and live music. Entry is free. The event is rain or shine. …

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