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Friends of the Sayville Library raising funds for free and discounted tickets

Guess who gets you free museum passes to great places including the Intrepid Museum? Or discounted tickets to the Bronx Zoo, Long Island Aquarium, Suffolk County Fair and Splish Splash? There are …

Sayville’s former Sewer Committee re-commits to preserving the hamlet, rebranded as the Greater Sayville Hamlet Study Committee, with goals to be more transparent, inclusive and provide …

The 2020 U.S. census will begin soon, and it is already underway in some remote parts of the country. Communities across the U.S. are coming together to get “complete counts” in order to …

Suffolk County officially announced on Tuesday its new Veterans Resource Guide: a compiled document of resources throughout the county for veterans. The guide is available in print and online from …

“I will spend 55 days of my life in traffic at the Oakdale Merge commuting from Sayville to my job in Nassau County,” said James Bertsch, a Sayville Board of Education member and …

Since purchasing the 30,000-square-foot St. Ursula’s Retreat Center on Middle Road, Bayport-Blue Point Library seeks funding to upgrade the two sanitation …

Copaigue resident Jackie Gordon is the front runner for Rep Peter King’s CD2 seat.  “Yes she is the front runner and is going to be the nominee against Assemblyman …

Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I Sayville) has been officially declared the Republican candidate for Congressman Peter King’s 2nd CD seat today, February 4. Garbarino, who was elected to …

After reader interest, the Suffolk County News filed a Freedom of Information request with the Suffolk County Board of Elections for results of the Nov. 5, 2019 election, specifically the results …

In the most gracious of parenting efforts, Amy Teplitz has ingrained in her children that vacation time is not only for rest and relaxation of self, but also for charity of the soul. While the …

Suffolk County Council on Environmental Quality met on Wednesday, Jan. 22, to discuss the 21 applications submitted in request of funding from the Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program. …

Thomas Valva had been left in the attached, unheated and unfinished garage overnight with outside temperatures of 19 degrees. He also sustained head and facial injuries that also did not fit the father’s account.

A living legend, Pam Raymond’s life story is one for a sweeping Lifetime biopic. In a casual interview with her, the rich and famous lives she has encountered and mingled with are enough to …

“JT” is a household name in the Bayport-Blue Point community. And Justin Tempelman’s newest venture is a rustic, elegant restaurant in the heart of Bayport: JT’s …

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 …

Following a contentious board of education meeting in November surrounding a proposal to cluster elementary grades—known as the Princeton Plan, where all students in the district in the same …

On Jan. 1, an array of criminal justice laws became effective in New York State, after several bills were passed in the Legislature last year. One of the laws — the gathering of evidence for …

On Monday, Jan. 6, newly inaugurated Legis. Anthony Piccirillo (R-Holbrook) released a press release demanding the return of 37 years of county constituent files from predecessor Bill Lindsay …

The greatest gift to any artist is an audience. One of the hardest challenges to being an artist is staying an artist because the passion tends to die without anyone reinforcing the work. Ryan …

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