Many of our bay beaches have been closed to bathing more often than not this year. Read about the bacteria being found in the water.
After more than 22 years writing for the Islip Bulletin and Suffolk County News – nine of them as editor, Liz Finnegan is retiring.
Vincent “Charlie” Moller has a long history with the Sayville Fire Department and so return to visit his former station.
A plan to help clean up water pollution is often dismissed. Read how one resident perceives this reaction.
The 50th anniversary of an iconic weekend of music was recreated last week. Read about one attendee’s impression of the event.
Suffolk County is mulling over the idea of having lawmakers to attend meetings and vote on bills via Skype. Here’s why it’s not a good idea.
A number of speakers, some of whom turn up at the monthly board meetings, address the board. Read here what they had to say.
Suffolk County prepares for the unthinkable in the wake of gun violence around the country.
The Town of Islip Animal Shelter will hold a special event called Clear the Shelters today. Here’s why you should consider going.
A film historian will shed new light on the silent film industry in Bay Shore. Read about it here.
This former Islip Town resident penned his memoirs of a journey through the Spanish countryside.
The grandmother of 10 was also a longtime education advocate
The entire incident took a little over a half hour
The nuns of Nonnberg Abbey, with jubiliant voices singing the “Preludium,” proceed down the aisles with candles. That entrance launches the gorgeous luster that permeates The Gateway’s new production of “The Sound of Music” in every scene.
Read about the latest Long Island to come home to play for the NY Mets.
Read about the stories from our past taken from the archives of this newspaper.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone is joining forces with elected officials and SCPD to draft legislation that enhances penalties for similar attacks on police.