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What did Sayville football look like in the early '60's?

To give you an idea of the times, in 1961, John F. Kennedy was President. The East Germans put up the Berlin Wall, cutting off West Berlin from surrounding East Germany. United States-backed …

When school districts across Suffolk County reopened in September, many announced they’d be operating under a hybrid model of learning to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.The hybrid model …

Sayville history buff Mark Smith is always on the lookout for memorabilia or artifacts of Sayville. He trolls the internet and sometimes nabs an item at the last second of an auction, like his …

The St. Lawrence Columbiettes (the women’s complement to the Knights of Columbus) showered the tree in front of the parish with winter clothing items (mittens, scarves, hats) for their …

The beloved, altruistic hangout, The Shabby Tabby Cat Café in Sayville, is looking to walk its paws to another location, two blocks east of where “the coolest cats and kittens” …

Brooke, 8, from West Sayville, models a communion dress with headpiece, veil, hosiery, mask, and shoes. For the busy mom-on-the-go, Tiggy Winks in Sayville has made communion apparel shopping …

Inspiring nearly all of Sayville’s dedicated community groups is a woman whose story traces the fulfillment of so many different versions of the “American dream” with roots that …

Ever pass by a landmark and wonder how it got there? The 800 kids who play in the Baymen Soccer Field on Cherry Avenue in WestSayville every Saturday can thank Chris Bodkin of West Sayville, a …

Main Street fashion boutique Debra Canavan Classics will close its doors atthe end of this month, owner Debra Canavan announced. But not to fret, fashionmongers: the Sayville staple will be just a …

Linda Craig’s mom, Donalee Verry, “was the best nurse I ever worked with and the reason I became a nurse.” Verry was a utility nurse who handled every unit wearing her crisp …

Patti Collins started as a dining room server at The Bristal Assisted Living at Sayville. “I worked early morning,” Collins said. “You get to know the residents’ likes, so it …

Local officials will have to go back to the drawing board after Islip Town Planning Board members reserved its decision on an application to construct a new drive-through Starbucks in West Sayville, …

Optimism and looking to the future have been the unspoken mantra of Sayville resident Edna Limouze all her life. Just one example of her attitude: purchasing a new refrigerator last October with a …

This year our readers helped us raise a total of $2,315 through our Holiday Greeting Fund in support of the Chestene M. Coverdale Sayville Food Pantry. Earlier this week, we presented the pantry with …

Over two weeks, Sayville community members have raised nearly $7,000 in an effort to save Station Pub on Lakeland Avenue from shut down. Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce president Eileen …

In the apex Instagram/Pinterest photo opportunity paradise, The CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale is hosting its “North Pole Experience” through Dec. 20. Decking out the entire …

St. Ann’s, a picturesque church equally at home in the English countryside, is also a haven for an active and robust vestry that has taken the challenge of fundraising during a pandemic to new …

Adding some zest to the downtown Main Street area is Sayville N Spice, which had their grand opening/ribbon-cutting on Saturday, Nov. 21. With an enthusiastic crowd gathered outside, Sayville N …

Surrounded by inquisitive but cautious cats, drag performer Annie Manildoo (“any man will do”) led a bingo night at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café on Saturday, Nov. 21. The six-round …

Jackie Gordon, the Democratic candidate for New York’s Second Congressional District, called her opponent 36-year-old Andrew Garbarino Wednesday, Nov. 18 at around 4 p.m., conceding the …

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