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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 …

Santa Claus came for a picture-perfect visit to the old-English-style pub, Crickets, with the help of the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce and Douglas Elliman Realtors. For over 20 years, …

Celebrating Sayville’s rich and enveloping Dutch and sea-faring heritage, the Long Island Maritime Museum held its “’Tis the Season” event on Saturday, Dec. 7, offering guided …

The West Sayville Fire Department is the heart and soul of the community. Their membership has never been stronger. In this regard and so many others, they are bucking the trend. Why? Meet the West …

By Gary A. Schaum   It has been a good season for the Flying Dutchmen Drill Team of the West Sayville Fire Department, with four tournament victories: Long Island Invitational Champions, …

When the live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” was announced, I, and almost every other woman in her early 30s, rejoiced and shared the news on Facebook. One of a handful of …

The interior of the Sayville Congregational Church, built in 1888, is a stunner, with its dark wood, ceiling designed like a ship’s hull, and 18 stained-glass windows. But its beauty will be …

The Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ at 131 Middle Road in Sayville is presenting its 28th Annual Victorian Tea on Friday, December 6 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m, Saturday, December 7 at noon …

Looking to make the Christmas cinema experience extra special this season? Then take the family to the CM Performing Arts Center Noel S. Ruiz Theatre in Oakdale for live-action plays of Yuletide and …

The Bayport-Blue Point community Lions Club will host its 14th annual coat drive to help community members in need of some extra warmth this holiday season.  Started in the winter of 2005, …

Taking advantage of the entertaining pull of next weekend’s Army-Navy college football game, a group of Sayville residents joined forces to raise money for the LT Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL …

Each year, The Suffolk County News recognizes the volunteer work of outstanding local residents and organizations. These are the folks who work diligently and passionately on community and charity …

While starting high school carries with it the burden of new beginnings, Bohemia resident Marina Duszak, at age 14, was faced with what she thought might be the end of her running career—a …

Donations for our holiday greeting funding have just begun. And this year you can donate by mailing a standard check or calling us at 631-475-1000 with a debit or credit card over the phone. Thus …

Serving up cookies and hot chocolate, the Bayport-Blue Point Chamber is hosting a Christmas tree lighting on Monday, Dec. 2 and a menorah lighting on the first day of Hanukkah, Dec. …

For a spectacular start to the holiday season, the Bohemia Fire Department is hosting their 34th annual Christmas parade along Smithtown Avenue (north of the recreation center) on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 5 …

Going on more than a decade, the annual holiday boat parade featuring 25 to 30 boats on the Connetquot River will begin at 4:45 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 30, and a fireworks show presented by Grucci …

The Greater Sayville Food Pantry is currently celebrating a successful Thanksgiving drive and will be gearing up for more holiday donations in the coming weeks. But once the holidays have come and …

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart today announced that the Suffolk County Police Department is planning to increase patrols in an effort to …

Legis. Tom Cilmi and Liuba Grechen Shirley decide not to run for the longtime congressman’s seat next year

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