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Proposed self-storage facility met with community opposition

At the Town of Islip Planning Board meeting on Thursday, Sept. 30, a presentation was made by Safeguard Self Storage in conjunction with an application for a zone change on two parcels of land at 246 …

On Sept. 26, the First Congregational Church in Bay Shore and the Islip Arts Council will be hosting violinist Rachel Ellen Wong from 2 to 4 p.m. Wong made her first public appearance with the …

It’s been nine years since Phil Nolan served as Islip Town supervisor. Although he has not held political office since then, he has continued to make a mark on local interests. Nolan oversaw …

The Town of Islip held their monthly board meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 5:30 p.m. The first 15 minutes of the meeting were mired with audio problems, and numerous members of the audience in the …

On Wednesday, Sept. 8, the Long Island Authors Group bookstore celebrated its grand opening in the Islip Arts Council Gallery at the South Shore Mall. The event featured food and drink, with lots …

The Town of Islip hosted a poignant 9/11 remembrance ceremony on Saturday morning. Town board members and supervisor Angie Carpenter walked down Main Street in front of Islip Town Hall with …

On Wednesday, Sept. 1, the Town of Islip kicked off Opioid Awareness Month and the third annual Islip Goes Purple campaign. For the month of September, the Islip Town cupola will be aglow in the …

In anticipation of Hurricane Ida, the Town of Islip Public Works Department went out to pump drains in known flooding areas in Sayville, including the drain near the Land’s End resort on Browns …

The last year at South Shore University Hospital has been a whirlwind of emotions and trauma. Nurses and frontline workers battled a worldwide pandemic, with very little time to stop and process …

In the last few years, the price of providing emergency services has skyrocketed. According to a FOIL request letter obtained by the Islip Bulletin in February 2019, Town of Islip supervisor …

One word that would describe John DeBacker is selfless. DeBacker, who lives in Seaford, travels all across Long Island to help save cats, or to trap colonies of stray or feral cats to do …

The last year at South Shore University Hospital has been a whirlwind of emotions and trauma. Nurses and frontline workers battled a worldwide pandemic, with very little time to stop and process …

On your next trip to pick up school supplies for the upcoming year, why not pick up a few extras for those in need? Here are some local school supply drives that are collecting much-needed items for …

Neither the Aug. 10 Town of Islip Board Meeting or the Aug. 12 Change of Zone meeting provided microphones for community speakers.In addition, seating was limited in the meeting space to allow for …

At the Town of Islip Board Meeting on Aug. 10, the board voted to opt out of legal sale of cannabis products, reserving the right to opt in at a later date. A spokesperson for the town said, …

The Islip Town Board Meetings returned to in-person sessions on Tuesday, Aug. 10, and community members took full advantage to voice concerns about ongoing issues in their respective …

The COVID-19 pandemic shut schools, restaurants and social gatherings, including the local Bayport-Blue Point chapter of Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America (OSDIA). Now, the chapter is open …

Islip Town supervisor Angie Carpenter, councilmen John Cochrane Jr., James O’Connor and councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen, recently attended the Broadway Avenue Field ribbon cutting in …

On July 22, Islip supervisor Angie Carpenter was joined by Sen. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand to announce that Long Island MacArthur Airport will receive $8.4 million in airport capital …

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