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Thank your nurses

We asked our readers to let us know what they admire most about the nurses in their lives who serve our community. Here are the responses: Vicki Haber of Bayport, oncology Nominated by: …

This Saturday, May 7, the 10th annual Courtney Lynn Blakeslee Foundation 5K race will be held in Blue Point. Held since 2012 when the foundation was formed for a remarkable young mother who died …

Thirty-four Long Island schools traveled to Bohemia and Connetquot High School on April; 22 to take part in the 15th annual Joe Brandi Track Relays.  According to current Connetquot track coach …

Sadly, there is no denying that tragedy has struck our community with multiple youth suicides, the latest victim to succumb an elementary-school child. Handling mental health issues is …

Legis. Piccirillo (R-8th District) has two charity events this Saturday in his district. The first is Sayville’s annual cleanup that starts at 10 a.m. Held in conjunction by …

HPV is an extremely common infection. It is estimated that 80 percent of people under 50 will have HPV at some point in their lives. For most people, it is simply an infection, and in 90 percent of …

Long Island Community Hospital and NYU Langone Health today announced that the affiliation between the two organizations, previously announced last summer, is official, having received state and …

All of the different occupations of Nikeya Burnett’s life have led her to what she does today: helping women feel their best. Burnett, the owner of Sereen Hair Studio in Islip, went to …

It was a close one! The USA Patriots, formerly known as the Wounded Warrior Softball Team, recently squared off against the Bayport-Blue Point All Stars, in a game that lasted nearly three hours and …

The recently reborn Hot Yoga Works in Bayport hosted world-renowned yogi Rajashree Choudhury for a workshop on Wednesday, June 16. Four of the instructors at Bayport attended the in-demand session …

Beginning this week, any New York resident getting a COVID-19 vaccine is eligible to receive a free two-day pass to any New York State Park.  Any person who gets their first dose of the …

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