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Local libraries serve as central point for addiction resources

The Town of Islip held its fourth annual Islip Goes Purple event on the 20th anniversary of International Overdose Awareness Day, Monday, Aug. 31.The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce held …

High school senior Cade Nasca embarked on his Eagle Scout project earlier this spring at the Bayport-Blue Point Library. Wanting to invoke a sustainable approach to nature, Nasca envisioned his …

Returning to the stage after two years of pandemic shutdown, Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts’ (BAFFA) orchestra will be performing at the Bayport-Blue Point Library on Saturday, May 28 at 3 p.m. …

Journalist Linda Leuzzi was recognized last week at Bayport-Blue Point’s Library Board meeting for her detailed, continuing stories about the library’s plans to move from its former Blue …

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 …

The 2,604-square-foot Reading Sanctuary at the new home of the Bayport-Blue Point Library is aptly named. Formerly used by the Ursuline Sisters of Tildonk as their chapel, it still exudes calm, but …

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