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Sept. 11, 2020, was very special, as Sayville saw the renaming of Lowell Road, at the intersection of Versa Place, to 1983 Sayville High School graduate Robert A. Zane Jr. Way. This renaming started …

A magical, friendly aura filled with creation, color, imagination and hope swirls in this Sayville Main Street storefront. That’s what The Catbird Seat owner Debi Wickliffe is hoping visitors …

Over the years, besides the American and POW flags, the beautiful, historic Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ has placed signs and symbols on its front lawn as moral-compass nudges: 693 …

While a picturesque small town evoking all of Americana revelry, Sayville in the past few months has reflected the national unrest that has electrified the country. From the dire closures of …

Local dogs will now be able to relax and socialize in a place of their own when Unleashed opens in Sayville. The joint-venture of two animal-friendly businesses in Sayville, The Shabby Tabby …

The Facebook concerts started in March. “It was a week after we had to shelter with COVID,” said Philip Augustine, a Sayville resident. “I remember being very scared because …

In keeping with its 45-year tradition of serving the community, the Pilot Club of Sayville has stepped up to help locals and front-line workers during the …

What was supposed to be a drive-in movie double feature turned into something a lot bigger—an award ceremony. TD Bank, which sponsored last Friday’s movie night for the Greater …

Once upon a time, Sayville had three men’s stores: Sayville Men’s Shop, Town Squire and Stein’s. Then there were none. For a long while. But Alicia LaGala, who owns Sayville …

The true mettle of any diner lies in its breakfast service. For the recently reopened Main Street Diner in Sayville, it functioned as a main- stay of weekend brunch. My husband and I, avid …

It is good to be interested in your dad’s work. At least it was for 17-year-old George Gurney, whose father, Scott Gurney, is a National Park Service ranger at the Sagamore Hill National …

On Saturday, Aug. 1, a Back the Blue rally was held at the Sayville Long Island Rail Road station with a march to and from the parking lot through downtown Main Street. For the past five years, …

It’s hard to believe that for about 15 years, concerts have been performed at The Common Ground at Rotary Park in Sayville. The iconic Pamela Raymond pavilion and the Peace Labyrinth were …

Multiple presidents of chambers of commerce within the Town of Islip have worked toward expanding outdoor dining and shopping in their respective hamlets. Upon discussions of setting aside an …

With the sobering, elevated statistics for both suicide and homicide among the transgender community, support systems are desperately in need to provide the emotional, financial, and social care …

In a time where small businesses are fighting for their lives, the Sayville Village Improvement Society has decided to give back to the business owners who have supported them throughout their …

In order to help small businesses adjust to new public health requirements as commercial districts reopen for business, PSEG Long Island is encouraging chambers of commerce and business …

If you could take the spirit of Lana Del Rey, the angst of Soundgarden, the tragically poetic turns of phrase of Fiona Apple, and the commanding stage presence of Lita Ford, you would have the …

Sayville Library hosted a legislative and medical update regarding the status of reopening on Wednesday, June 24, the same day Long Island entered Phase 3. A Zoom meeting featuring town, county, …

With libraries serving as vital community centers, their closure due to COVID-19 regulations, has left a paucity in the towns they serve for cultural and social events. But in late June, …

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