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Theater sets the bar high with ‘Hello, Dolly!’

Taking a stab at the sartorial, Sadie MacGinley of Bayport and Brielle Coppola of Three Villages started an impromptu fashion business on April 30 when they found an old tie-dye set from a yard …

The Suffolk County News  asked the community in online forums to submit questions for the candidates and spent a week collecting and compiling them. The candidates were then emailed the …

The local civic groups in our community have been hard at work with ongoing projects and new initiatives to bring out the best in our towns. From new events supporting established charities to …

A book titled “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” by nonbinary author Maia Kobabe, has come under fire in the Connetquot School District with parents asking administration to take the book out of …

Feather flags announcing the upcoming 5K Firecracker Run on July 4 were received by the Oakdale Historical Society and charity leaders this Saturday, April 16. An incredibly windy day, the feather …

Drawing inspiration from the John Legend version of “Jesus Christ Superstar,” the CM Performing Arts Center put on a genuflection and celebration of one of the world’s oldest …

Breaking the fourth wall brought razor-sharp wit and probing commentary to “The Drowsy Chaperone,” performed at the Noel S. Ruiz theater in Oakdale for opening night on Saturday, Feb. …

The long-mired Idle Hour mansion in Oakdale, formerly Dowling College and a popular spot for break-ins, vandalism, and reported illicit activity, has recently had new owners take over for Mercury …

Celebrating their 35th year in providing the community with high-quality and locally minded theatrical experiences, the Noel S. Ruiz Theater hit the high bar set by their founder in their production …

A winter storm dropped more than 23 inches of snow on Long Island Friday night into Saturday, leaving local residents with a Sunday filled with digging out or playing in the snow. Snowed in, …

The Suffolk County News asked prominent members of the community what their goals were as individuals and as representatives of their organizations for 2022. Here are some of the …

With windmill chases and epic romance, “Man of La Mancha” is the ultimate in escapist high literature. For a special two-night performance only, the CM Performing Arts Theater in …

The first snowstorm of the year came in on Friday, January 7 and gave some kids (and some adults an unexpected 3-day-weekend. While not everyone got a real snow day and had to learn distance, there …

New York State recently approved millions in regional economic development grants, including money that will go towards supporting Local South Shore spots. “These grants will provide …

BY SAM DESMOND On Tuesday, Dec. 21 at the monthly Oakdale Historical Society meeting, the organization honored a group of Girl Scouts from local Troop 2798. The four young ladies, Amanda Bast, …

Looking for activities to ring in the New Year? Every town, from Patchogue to Oakdale, has you covered. Patchogue Midnight on Main The event will start at 7 p.m. on Main Street in Patchogue …

Do you have a glamorous woman in your life? Or perhaps, several of them? Thankfully, our local merchants are stocked with only the best of items to get her a last-minute but lasting gift.

For over 35 years, the Larson family has been supplying Christmas trees from miniature tabletops to giant municipal spectacles all over Long Island. For the majority of that time, they had set up …

Fire districts across Long Island held their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Bayport The winner was Edgar Borrero, who won the write-in ballot with 39 out of 55 votes. Bohemia The …

Hosting the fourth annual Civil War Christmas at St. John’s historical Church in Oakdale on Saturday, Dec. 11, was the Oakdale Historical Society, who put on a unique and memorable Christmas …

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