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The Oakdale tree lighting on Saturday, December 2 at the Long Island Rail Road Oakdale station included a blessing of the crèche by the Knights of Columbus, Sunrise Council 6607, hot cocoa and …

Holiday theater creates core memories for many children who become lifelong patrons of the arts, and the challenge is to produce a show that is both fanciful, fun, and also of proper caliber for the …

Opening the doors to the Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame felt like I was entering a mini-Graceland exhibit; but I was far from Memphis. When I mention the expo’s strong …

Fresh off their second Long Island Championship Class IV during Thanksgiving weekend, the Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms varsity football team made another historic, first-time win for the district at …

Last Saturday, the Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms played the Seaford Vikings for the Long Island Championship at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, at Stony Brook University, to determine the Class 4 Long …

People gathered on Saturday, Nov. 25, to celebrate Sayville’s annual Miracle on Main Street. This longtime tradition starts early in the morning with an exciting holiday parade, and the …

Members of the Idle Hour Neighborhood Watch and the Oakdale Civic Association put up the Vanderbilt Well Christmas Tree before Thanksgiving and held a tree lighting on Sunday, Nov. 26. In the …

With entire families attending to pick out their seasonal tree at St. Ann’s Christmas tree sale, it was a community event worthy of a heroine fawning in a Hallmark Christmas movie. For the …

Sayville Girl Scout Troop 2299 has grown to 15 members in its third year, making it quite a sizeable group for Daisies. “They don’t realize just how cool they are,” said troop …

On Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 9:30 a.m., over 1,000 students, teachers, administrators and staff of the Sayville High School unleashed the power of community service on their local community.  …

This past Monday evening, members of the community and the Johnny Mac Foundation gathered at the Bayport-Blue Point Public Library to celebrate the annual Mitten Tree Lighting. This longtime …

Oakdale Civic president, Dave Chan, hosted his third annual, albeit informal, Turkey Trot at his home in the Idle Hour community. Chan began the tradition as a “friendly, neighborhood …

The 16th annual Blue Point Turkey Trot was held on Thursday, Nov. 23. It included a 5K run, 1.5-mile walk, 5K or 1.5-mile walk. The event was held to benefit youth of Long Island through …

The National Park Service held two information sessions last week to hear from the public about proposals to update the rules for off-road vehicle access to Fire Island National Seashore. The rules …

The Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms varsity football team won the Suffolk County Championship for division IV on Saturday, Nov. 18, against Shoreham-Wading River with a final score of 49-14. Head …

Over 250 turkeys and Thanksgiving meal kits were given out to veterans by the Sayville Community Ambulance via drive-through at their facility on Lakeland Avenue on Sunday, Nov. 19. Dozens of …

The holiday shopping event began back in 2010 as a campaign for American Express. Small Business Saturday is now an important day for local retailers that reminds holiday shoppers to shop small and …

Last Friday, two longtime rivals: East Islip and Sayville, duked it out again for another title game. It was a 4 p.m. game to decide the Division III Suffolk County champion at Kenneth P. …

On Saturday, Nov. 18, the American Ballet Studio in Bayport put on their “Magic on Middle” event for the community. The event was organized to create a night for family and friends …

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