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Boats burnt to cinders in a ceremonial final blaze

The Long Island Maritime Museum, on Oct. 28, hosted its 32nd Boat Burning. The event brought together hundreds of West Sayville citizens as they watched two decommissioned wooden boats be burnt down …

The Bohemia, Oakdale, and Sayville Civic Associations hosted their fourth, joint Meet the Candidates Night on Thursday, October 20 at the old junior high school auditorium in Sayville. Present …

Legend has it that two knights, uncertain of one another’s intentions, crossed paths in the woods.  Is he friend or foe? each thought.  To make eye contact, these gallant knights …

The West Sayville Fire Department Flying Dutchmen drill team came out on top, winning against 13 other volunteer fire departments from Suffolk County on Saturday, Sept. 3 at the Hagerman Fire …

The last vestiges of summer, blue skies, fair-weather clouds and the warmth of the sun served as the backdrop for the fifth annual Blue Island Oyster Festival this past Saturday in West Sayville. The …

On Saturday, July 16, The West Sayville Fire Department Flying Dutchmen drill team emerged as victors of the annual Joseph E. Gonnelly Invitational Drill, held at Hagerman Fire Department’s …

The Seafood Festival was held at the Long Island Maritime Museum this weekend, Aug. 20 and Aug. 21, for the 29th time since its inception in 1992. Over 12,000 people from across Long Island enjoyed …

On Monday, Aug. 15, state Sen. Alexis Weik (R-3rd District) presented Eileen Tyznar, founder of TEACH Consulting Services Inc. in Sayville, with a New York State Senate Empire Award for Tyznar and …

The Long Island Maritime Museum’s 29th annual Seafood Festival will be held this Saturday, Aug. 20 and Sunday, Aug. 21, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and is expected to bring in over 15,000 people …

On Tuesday, June 28, the 17-year anniversary of the tragic day of Operation Red Wings, the Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum held its ribbon cutting in West Sayville to a crowd of over …

The Lieutenant Michael Murphy Navy SEAL Museum in West Sayville will be hosting an invitation-only ribbon cutting on Tuesday, June 28, in commemoration with the 17th anniversary of Operation Red …

The Sayville Fire Department held their annual 5K fundraiser on Saturday, June 18, with over 250 runners taking part. First place in the men’s division went to 19-year-old George Wenrner …

On Tuesday, May 10, a town board meeting was held at Islip Town Hall East. While pandemic regulations had limited the number of occupants in the meeting room, this past board meeting invited …

Wow! One hundred and ninety guests came to Land’s End for the annual Sayville Garden Club Luncheon on Monday in support of the nonprofit’s good work and beautification …

St. John’s Lutheran Church, located at 48 Greene Avenue in Sayville, will be hosting two concerts with award-winning, national musicians.   May 22 at 4 p.m. Organist Clara Gerdes …

School Budget:   Yes: 2010 vs No: 688   Library Budget:   Yes: 2072 vs No: 622  Historical Society: Yes: 2161  vs No: …

From the Sayville School District:   Desmond Megna—one of three candidates on the ballot for the Sayville school board seat vacated by Norm deVenau, running against Mark Ruf and …

State Sen. Alexis Weik today announced that she has introduced legislation to provide homeowners with a one-time rebate for home heating oil costs that have soared in the past year amid raging …

Brentwood resident Celeste Richards, a vegetation specialist for PSEG Long Island, celebrated the 150th anniversary of Arbor Day on April 29 by planting trees to beautify Charles R. Dominy …

The Suffolk County News collected community questions from online forums and compiled them. The questions were then emailed to the candidates and they were given a week to respond. Here are …

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