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Soccer referees needed for youth games in fall season

With over 100,000 youth soccer players in the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) and over 3,000 referees and assistant referees, there is still a need for volunteers at games. …

On Saturday, June 29, the much-anticipated Byron Lake Pool in Oakdale opened to community members of the Town of Islip. Elected officials councilman James P. O’Connor (R-District 2), …

Three-sport captain for Sayville High School’s soccer, basketball, and flag football team, Franny Kloska, graduated in 2023. This summer, she returned home and will be offering private soccer …

Pictured are Blue Point girls, Doireann Garvey, Emma Hogan, Mia Longo, Katherine Hogan, and Saoirse Garvey hosting a lemonade stand. The selling of lemonade on the streets of New York can be …

The Great South Bay will be hosting part of their Speaker Series at The View in Oakdale on Friday, July 12 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Titled “Restorative Aquaculture in the Bay,” the …

Dr. Christine Astarita will be running 100 miles within 24 hours on Saturday, Sept. 28 and Sunday, Sept. 29 while wheeling children with disabilities in an adaptive stroller alongside other athletes. …

Steven Niciforo plays the bass in the band Kool Spektrum, a group of fellow musicians that play classic rock covers, who, like Niciforo, are also on the autism spectrum. The band often plays at Rock …

Each summer, United Veterans Beacon House hosts a barbecue for veterans living in its 52 residences—along with any veteran anywhere that likes good food, entertainment, and the camaraderie of …

Legislator and deputy presiding officer Steven J. Flotteron (LD-11) and Citizens Campaign for the Environment (CCE) executive director Adrienne Esposito were joined by Cameron Engineering on June 17 …

The Dive Club and members of Save the Great South Bay, the Long Island Diver’s Association and Sayville Schools’ Rise (research) program participated in an eelgrass collecting dive …

Gov. Hochul announced $10 million for the Town of Islip Regional Shellfish Hatchery. The establishment of the Regional Shellfish Hatchery will expand New York’s blue economy and address …

On Wednesday, June 5, the Town of Islip Planning Board held a meeting to hear public comments on the proposed construction of 40 garden apartments for special-needs individuals on 405 Locust Avenue, …

With the month of Pride starting last week, local organizations have joined in on the message of unity. The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce “has long recognized the importance of …

One more rep.   Doing one more repetition—a set of push-ups, sit-ups, or squats—even after you hit the wall of exhaustion is what one more rep means. That’s what 220 athletes …

On Saturday, May 18, the Long Island Dog Owners’ Association (LI-DOG) held their first “Pack Walk” at San Souci Park in Sayville. LI-DOG schedules nine Pack Walks a year with …

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 …

St. John’s Church in Blue Point celebrated Orthodox Easter, Holy Week and the Anastasi (the “rising / resurrection” midnight service that takes place Saturday night into Sunday.) …

The Bayport-Blue Point High School hosted its annual Senior Dinner on Thursday May 2. Over 150 senior citizens from the community came, with members of senior class serving salads and food …

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 …

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 …

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