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You could call Brian Stoll a Broadway superfan. The West Islip resident has the Playbill from each of the more than 300 Broadway productions he’s seen over the years, many of which are …

Connetquot student artist Drew DeSiano’s sculpture “The Cat” is equal parts Edward Gorey and Tim Burton. This rendition of the beloved “Cat in the Hat” is not the …

On Sunday, April 28, from 1 to 4 p.m., the Bayport-Blue Point Public Library will be hosting the “Bayminster” dog event that will include a dog parade at 3 p.m., vendors, a barbecue food …

Congratulations to Sayville High School students Emma Dean-Stahl and Helena Pirozzi for being featured in and winning awards in Long Island’s Best: Young Artists at the Heckscher Museum 2024. …

The annual Congressional Art Contest was held at the Islip Arts Council in Bay Shore on Sunday, April 14. Two students from Connetquot, Sidney Shurgin and Sofia Policano, won first place and …

On Saturday, April 13, Save the Great South Bay hosted its annual spring cleanup in Bayport as part of the island-wide Creek Defender Program that is responsible for 50 locations. Bob Draffin, …

On Friday, May 10, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at The View in Oakdale, Save the Great South Bay will be hosting their annual Oyster Shindig with tickets at $50 per person, on sale through Friday, May 3. …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts (BAFFA) held their annual juried invitational high school exhibition at their gallery in Gillette House. With submissions from high schools throughout Suffolk …

Members of the Sayville Michael Murphy Team and the LT Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum recently welcomed a young veterans’ business networking group to the Portly Villager. Led by veterans …

On April 25, Bayport native Jim Weiss was interviewed about his role in launching TCM, Turner Classic Movies, the authority on film in the Golden Age. A Bayport resident from 1962 until 1992, …

On Sunday, April 28 at 3 p.m. in St. John’s Lutheran Church (48 Greene Avenue, Sayville), the esteemed Long Island Brass Guild will perform with organist, Cindy Holden, in a benefit concert for …

The Suffolk County Legislature unanimously voted to authorize the county attorney to start negotiations to purchase the former John J. Foley nursing home located at 4 Grover Drive, in Yaphank, for …

Plans by waste disposal company Winters Bros. to run a rail line through some of the last undeveloped land in Yaphank to serve what opponents say would be the largest waste transfer station in state …

Going into the showdown with Bayport-Blue Point, Sayville was 5-0 for the season. “BBP is the defending state champions, they were the toughest to play,” said coach Gary Jensen, who …

Under the Consolidated Appropriations Act that was passed last month, congressman Andrew Garbarino (R-2 nd District) was able to secure $2 million for the Oakdale sewer project. Last July, …

On Sunday, April 14, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Sayville Fire House (located at 107 North Main Street) will be giving away smoke detectors for community members who are residents of the Sayville …

On Wednesday, April 3, a house caught fire on Astor Drive in Sayville, where a good Samaritan rescued a resident from a second-story window. Suffolk County Police Fifth Precinct officers …

On Wednesday, April 3, the Bayport-Blue Point community voted to pass the 2024-2025 library budget with 263 yes votes and 113 no votes. Trustee Jason Borowski was elected to a full five-year …

On Sunday, April 7, Jason Borowski and the Blue Point Civic Association gathered at the property on Kennedy Avenue and Montauk to clean up the area as part of Save the Great South Bay’s Creek …

On Sunday, April 7, the Bay Area Chorus, one of the three branches of the Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts, held a concert at the United Methodist Church’s auditorium in Bayport. Titled …

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