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You helped give $1,600 to Sayville Food Pantry

This year our readers helped us raise a total of $1,600 through our Holiday Greeting Fund in support of the Chestene M. Coverdale Sayville Food Pantry. Earlier this week, we presented the pantry with …

The best way to describe Eileen Tyznar’s role in the community would be “fairy godmother.” As someone who has enough titles to fill the calendars of at least five other …

We have collected a little over $1,200 compared to last year’s total $1,200 for our Holiday Greeting Fund. So, we are so close to exceeding that amount. Each year we donate to the Greater …

To visitors, boaters and those who work the water, Fire Island and the Great South Bay’s shimmering, magical lure are inspirational bell-ringers. So when Brian McAuliff was sworn in at Watch …

The Suffolk County News is getting ready to debut its brand-new website, after months working on a rebranding effort. The site will feature additional web-only content, more multimedia, an enhanced …

Alexis Niblock is a hardworking, competitive athlete with confidence in her ability to perform well on a lacrosse field, particularly low, on defense. Niblock, 16, is a junior at Bayport-Blue …

When the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall 433 needed to have their attic stairs and door repaired, they only had to look next door to the Sayville Community Ambulance for help. Frank Sinisi, 56, a …

We found these South Shore haunted sites just in time for Halloween.

Global climate change this year’s focus

A committee has been established to tackle the declining enrollment at Bayport-Blue Point Schools

This annual event has drawn visitors near and far to the Long Island Maritime Museum on the Great South Bay in West Sayville.

Bayport-Blue Point Library director Mike Firestone said the construction package for the new library location, the former St. Ursula Center, is nearing completion. Testing of the building for asbestos, and lead paint passed overall except for a very small trace of asbestos in the laundry room.

The first Sayville Sewer Committee meeting took place July 8 at the Sayville Library. The committee is tasked with suggestions of what they would want Main Street to look like.

Pines’ all-night party in 1979 brought together the straight and gay communities to help the Pines Fire Department raise funds for a new truck was a groundbreaking event. Bobby Bonanno, a Pines frequenter, wrote a recent book about the party that attracted thousands.

Future growth that meets local needs

Read here about this decades-enduring rock band and their leader, Lonnie Jordan.

The record braking heat wave last weekend caused some issues locally. Read about it here.

Bay Shore High School graduate Parker Ahmad is the recipient of the 2019 Honorable Peter Fox Cohalan scholarship presented by the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. Read more about it here.

Read about our past through articles taken from the archives of this newspaper.

Sea cadet program named after LT Michael Murphy builds leadership

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