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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 …

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 …

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 …

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, …

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 …

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 …

Recreate the dance from “The Breakfast Club.” No, this isn’t a dare. Nor is it a challenge from an ‘80s movie board game. It’s one of 71 different “missions” …

On a sultry August Friday afternoon, the Little Shoppe of Crystals, at 12 Main Street in Sayville, was crowded with shoppers. Baskets and bowls of semiprecious stones, crystalline geodes, slices of …

The Browns River in Sayville is a critical federal waterway that feeds into the Great South Bay.  There are numerous businesses located on the river, including the Sayville Ferry Service, which …

The Long Island Maritime Museum grounds are empty now, but they won’t be next Thursday, Aug. 12, when the Rotary Club of Sayville hosts its 69th annual beefsteak event for charity at the LIMM. …

On Friday, July 30, a grand-reopening ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce president Eileen Tyznar and board members Ron Trotta, Chris Olsen, Mayra Robayo and …

Sayville School Board of Education trustee Keith Kolar resigned from his position after serving for nearly 20 years. The board of education is now actively seeking a new trustee to serve …

Sayville’s Brown’s River is a busy commercial and recreational waterway. Sayville Ferry Service, which provides service to four communities on Fire Island as well as numerous other …

While playing baseball is a rite of passage for any Long Island athlete, organizing and coaching a team is a feat for only the most dedicated sportsmen. Gabe Hamill of Bellport and Rob Burgos of …

Drive down Middle Road in Bayport and there is a hidden gem that if you don’t know is there, you would never see. But make a left turn down a bumpy dirt road with tall beach grass on either …

Assemblyman Jarett Gandalfo (R-District 7) contacted Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce president Eileen Tyznar to organize a Chalk Walk on Main Street after hosting a similar event in …

On July 7, at Luxor Nursing & Rehabilitation at Sayville on Broadway Road, New York State senator from District 3 Alexis Weik (R) visited the staff to say thank you for the hard work they have …

Curious about the document that launched this country? At the Long Island Coin Shop in Sayville, Chris Imperato, president, United States veteran, professional numismatist and anthropologist, will …

While the stunning Bayard Cutting Arboretum and its Westbrook Estate mansion in Great River is the setting for Sayille resident Elaine Kiesling Whitehouse’s latest historical novel, …

Suffolk County Police are searching for a missing boat passenger who fell into the water following a crash. A boat appears to have struck a jetty in the Brown's River Corridor in the Great South Bay …

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