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13th annual Civil War Weekend held at the Grange

This past weekend, Oct. 16 and 17, the 13th annual Civil War Weekend was held at the Grange in Sayville. The event was a completely immersive experience that transported visitors back in time to both …

The Sayville Golden Flashes stayed undefeated in their homecoming game against East Islip on Saturday, Oct. 16, defeating the Redmen, 51-44. The game started off uneasy for the Golden Flashes …

When Charlene Lehmannn, executive director of the Chestene Coverdale Food Pantry in Sayville, got the call that the nonprofits who normally met at the Gillette House headquarters could finally return …

When Kay Cameron was a child, was she drawn to sparkling stones? Did she have an aunt or relative whose necklaces, earrings, bracelets or rings set off a glamour-girl bell? “No,” …

The 13th annual event will take place this year on Oct. 16 and 17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 3 p.m., respectively. There is free admission and parking. The event is hosted by the 67th New York …

As the honored Americana tradition of homecoming returns to the South Shore after a year of COVID restrictions, local schools are making an effort to come back as strong as years past. In …

On the first weekend of October, the Sayville Golden Flashes and Westhampton Beach Hurricanes went head-to-head. The two longtime Division III rivals faced off under the lights on the gridiron on …

Sayville Main Street had not one, but two ribbon cuttings held by the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce for new Main Street businesses. In a theme of self-care and beauty regimens, Wondrous …

In celebration of St. Francis, whose official festival day was Monday, Oct. 4, St. Ann’s Episcopalian Church in Sayville held a Blessing for the Animals on Sunday, Oct. 3. “It could …

At the Town of Islip Planning Board meeting last night, Thursday, October 30 a presentation was made by Safeguard Storage in conjunction with an application for a zone change on two parcels of land …

Rupert is the nickname I had for the beloved BBP town Santa Claus, Tom Reid. The publisher of the Bayport-Blue Point and Sayville Gazettes, Rupert (cheekily called that by me for being a rascally …

The Sayville Rotary Club held its 44th annual Pet Parade on Saturday, Sept. 17. It was an early rise for puppers and other animals, who had to be at registration by 8 a.m. to participate in the jaunt …

This coming October, there will be a new boat shop at Westin Marine Center, by longtime mechanic Scott Wissemann in conjunction with the existing business at Westin Marine Center. “I’m …

The Sayville Golden Flashes played against the Harborfields Tornadoes in an opening kickoff of the fall 2021 varsity season last Friday. To honor the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, a …

The Sayville Common Ground at Rotary Park hosted a 9/11 Moonlight Memorial Service at 7 p.m. on the 20th anniversary of that historical day this past Saturday. The annual event has been hosted in …

Local libraries will be hosting a number of workshops and events for preschool and elementary-aged children (K-5) this September. Only library card holders are eligible to sign up and spaces fill …

Sayville High School alum Jack Coan made quite a debut in his first game for Notre Dame, leading the No. 9 Fighting Irish to a 41-38 win in overtime over Florida State. Coan, a graduate transfer …

Suffolk County Police Fifth Squad detectives are investigating a crash that killed a pedestrian in Sayville early this morning.  A man was in the lanes of travel on eastbound Sunrise Highway, …

Longtime Sayville resident John Young recently published a children’s book titled “The Dolphin Keeper.” The Suffolk County News sat down with Young to discuss the book and what …

The Sayville Rotary’s Beefsteak event last week sold 341 tickets, with over 300 guests and families attending, including sponsors, for this feel-good charity fundraiser held on the grounds of …

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