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This month, June 28 through 30, the St. John’s Greek Festival will return for food, pastries, and Greek traditions. The event has been a mainstay annual event in Blue Point for over 40 years. …

Bayport-Blue Point boys varsity lacrosse needed one more win to reach the nirvana. The season has been indelible, full of blissful memories amongst this proficient group poised for nothing but …

Sayville girls varsity lacrosse encapsulated their perfect 21-0 season when they defeated Rye 9-5 at Cortland High School last Saturday to win the 2024 Class C New York State Championship.  …

On Saturday, June 8, the Grange on B roadway Avenue in Sayville was filled with historical groups from the community to educate the public about the rich history of the Town of Islip. …

The Bayport Aerodrome will be hosting a pancake breakfast on Sunday, June 23 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 60 Vitamin Drive. Entry fee is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. In addition to …

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 …

As summer fast approaches, the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts (BAFFA) Chorus and Symphony Orchestra welcomed the increasingly sunny days with their concert “Weather” on June 8. …

On Sunday, June 9, the Long Island Maritime Museum hosted “Keels and Wheels” with vintage transport examples in automobiles, motorcycles, and boats. Among the car makes were Jaguar, …

In 2008, the Islip Arts Council wanted to encourage students to continue their education and pursue careers in performing arts and theater. Thus, The Teenys Gala was born: Islip Arts Council’s …

The Baymen Soccer Fields, on Cherry Avenue in West Sayville, are usually filled with kids heading, punting, and tackling soccer balls. But at one time, there was a historic wireless station, one of …

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, …

Stephanie Bricker was appointed on June 6 as the new principal of Sayville High School! “After a thorough interview process, Ms. Bricker emerged as the candidate who best embodied the …

Many Sayville varsity football graduating seniors have taken home many merits to add to their trophy case and are looking forward to their future in the fall. After going undefeated and winning …

After relinquishing a 5-0 first quarter lead, Bayport-Blue Point High School held on to defeat Wantagh High School 9-7 in the Class C 2024 Long Island Boys Lacrosse Championships held at East Islip …

Sayville High School junior, Vicki Li, stands with her winning poster for the 110th anniversary of the Sayville Village Improvement Society. With Vicki are SVIS incoming president Sherri Casey …

Blue Point-based charity, The Johnny Mac Foundation, held its third annual Johnny Mac Day at the Bayport-Blue Point Library on the corner of Blue Point Avenue and Middle Road on Sunday, June 3. …

On Sunday, June 2, the Sayville varsity girls lacrosse team had a blowout win (12-4) against Wantagh for the Long Island Class C Championship. The first award in program history, head coach Gary …

One might wonder how to possibly do a musical with serious overtones like murder, the mob, and mayhem, but Argyle Theatre’s production of “A Bronx Tale,” based on a play by Chazz …

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 …

During the public portion of the Tuesday, May 14 Islip Town Board meeting, a concern brought forward by Central Islip resident Elvin Fuentes stood out above the rest. Fuentes, who is a director …

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