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Bayport brews up bubble tea

The popular, posh, and Instagram-post-worthy drink, boba tea, has come to Bayport at The Whale Tea Bakery, making it one of the few bubble tea spots on the South Shore of Suffolk. Allen Zhang, …

Being a public persona grants you a wide audience, a gift artists and influencers can spend a lifetime chasing, but it also burdens you with unabashed opinion, a burden that can rattle even the most …

On or about Sept. 8, Suffolk County officials determined that the county’s systems had been affected by a cyberattack. The attack has disrupted legislator emails, postponed the date of civil …

Academy Street sixth-grader Jace Black started painting shells during his summer stays at Davis Park. In the summer of 2021, the 10-year-old started selling the shells at Davis Park to give back to a …

Cenote (pronounced seh-NO-teh) opened in Sayville at the site of the former Bistro 25 last Friday, Sept. 23. The bold and unique restaurant brings the Yucatan experience to clients through …

Sayville Garden Club awarded three homeowner gardens and one business that beautified the community in 2022. Jim and Eileen O’Connor’s winning gardens on Astor Drive in Sayville are …

On Sept. 21, councilman Neil Foley was in Blue Point to lead the ceremony to dedicate the corner of Buffin Lane and Abrams Court in the name of Christopher A. Coluccio, who was 14 years old at the …

The Bayport-Blue Point varsity football team had win against Miller Place at an away game for the Phantoms on Friday, Sept. 23, with a final score of 21-14. This is the third win a row for BBP as …

On Saturday, Sept. 24, William’s Warriors hosted its sixth annual Chalk the Walk community event at the Blue Point Preserve. With over 70 raffle baskets and a long list of sponsors, it was the …

On Sept. 25, Joseph D. Maniaci, loving husband, father, Papa, coach, and teacher, passed away at 75 years of age.  Born to Antonietta and Filippo Maniaci, Maniaci was raised by his Sicilian …

Sandy Brennan has worked in the caregiving industry for over 20 years. She began her journey in homecare, which she did for about a decade, before becoming a life-enrichment manager that plans …

On Saturday, Sept. 17 and Sunday, Sept. 18, the 67th New York Voluntary Infantry hosted its Civil War reenactment. It was the 14th annual Civil War Weekend at the Islip Grange and the tradition began …

The Oakdale Civic Association came together at the Bourne Mansion on Monday, Sept. 13. President Brian M. Bast remarked on how helpful and accommodating Amity Education Group was in hosting their …

The Bayport-Blue Point Heritage Association held their annual Historic Bike Tour on Saturday, September 17 with over two-dozen attendees. Frank Giebfried, a director at large of the BBPHA coming, led …

The Blue Point Civic Association held their September meeting on Monday, Sept. 12 in the Gene Horton Room of the Bayport-Blue Point Library. Vice president Alex Wellems discussed 2023 membership …

On Tuesday, Sept. 13, the Town of Islip held their monthly board meeting at Town Hall. Hispanic Heritage Month The meeting was opened with a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, which …

This weekend, Sept. 23 through 25, marks the return of the St. John’s Greek Festival. The event has been a mainstay, annual event in Blue Point for over 40 years. After a brief drive-through …

The CM Performing Arts Center opened its second show for its 49th season on Saturday, Sept. 17 with “Cabaret.” First-time director at CMPAC, Andrew J. Beck (who previously portrayed a …

With Hispanic Heritage month starting on Sept. 15 (ending Oct. 15), the Bayport-Blue Point library is hosting original pieces along its halls by ProjectingART, an organization whose “mission is …

The last vestiges of summer, blue skies, fair-weather clouds and the warmth of the sun served as the backdrop for the fifth annual Blue Island Oyster Festival this past Saturday in West Sayville. The …

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