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At the Town of Islip’s Living History Day, held on Saturday, June 11, town historian (a position that has been part of the Town of Islip’s structure since its English colony days) George …

High School senior Emma Georgia is one of five teens across the country to take home the $1,000 Glammy Scholarship Award. The scholarship, awarded by GlamourGals Foundation, was presented to Georgia …

The final plan for the Roe Park revitalization was announced at the Blue Point Civic Meeting on June 6 by councilman Neil Foley (R-District 5). The plan includes on-site parking, a …

The spring season for James Wilson Young Middle School, serving Bayport-Blue Point, was filled with triumph, and Suffolk County News sat down with two coaches of undefeated teams. Cassandra …

The smell of wood smoke wafted over the property of James Wilson Young Middle School as members of the 6th New York Independent Battery set up a Civil War Encampment. The reenactment was a …

On Saturday, June 4, the Johnny Mac Foundation hosted its first-ever Johnny Mac Day at the Bayport-Blue Point Library. The foundation’s steadfast support of the state-of-the-art library that …

This Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Town of Islip will be hosting a family friendly Colonial History Day at the Islip Grange (Broadway Avenue in Sayville) to celebrate our history that …

This season, Bayport-Blue Point girls varsity lacrosse captured their fourth championship in eight seasons. The Bayport-Blue Point Phantoms won the Suffolk County Class C Championship defeating …

The Sayville Fire Department hosted a parade for Memorial Day and culminated in a presentation of wreaths and stone dedications put together by The American Legion Post 651’s David Isaacs and …

First ladies are an important group that tend to be forgotten by history. On June 2, National First Ladies Day, a new book for readers aged 9 and up will try to remedy that fact. “Ladies, …

The Common Ground has a full list of events for families this summer. Here are some of the fun activities coming up. Saturday, June 4, 18Gardening in the Park  Join other dedicated …

Local youth, Joseph, 10; Aiden, 13; and Charlie, 14, continued an important tradition to the community of Blue Point, one that they learned about from beloved town historian, Gene Horton. Prior to …

Bayport-Blue Point had a heartbreaking loss after coming off a two-game winning streak, but it was an amazing shutout for Sayville on Monday, May 23. The final score of the game was 8-0, Golden …

Thursday, May 19, was time for a matinee rivalry on Academy Street. Two longtime adversaries, who geographically cannot get any closer, faced off in a win-or-go-home game for the first round of the …

Emmy-award-winning photographer Annemarie Bain was able to capture perfectly a timed throwback piece. The model in the ‘40s-era-inspired victory dress is Aly Miller, a local ballerina and …

The Sayville farmers’ market is in full swing and will be held at the Islip Grange on Broadway until the end of fall. One of the staples of the farmers’ market is Taylor Kyriacou of …

A sure sign of spring is the myriad of car washes at the Geoghan Insurance building at 870 Montauk Highway. For over 25 years, the Geoghan family has humbly and happily served the community by …

An exciting new development for Bayport-Blue Point Youth Cheerleading is underway from coach Brittney Parrott. This will be the first year that youth cheerleaders will be able to participate in …

Connetquot High School girls varsity softball coach Michelle Goodwin invited the softball teams from the district’s two middle schools to play on the artificial turf at the varsity field on …

Simon, a rescue dog from Blue Point, has been known to be an adventurous pupper. He’s even earned the nickname “Notorious D.O.G.” from his dad. This past week, he took a …

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