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Jack Flood is a decathlete with a considerable drive. Graduating from Bayport-Blue Point High School in 2013, Flood has since remained focused on his goal of representing the United States in not …

As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we take a look at perhaps the most important role of women—as mothers. But in the frenzied days of stay-at-home moms that involve being the CEO of a …

The Greater Islip Association encouraged residents attending their Stop Island Hills meeting at Sayville Library on Saturday to gather in protest at Islip Town Hall on April 21, an hour before the …

The one-way Overton Street in Sayville is a right-hand veer off North Main Street that can only be accessed traveling west. A single story office building is proposed at this location, with a …

Trevor Cudmore, of Bayport, is running in the 2020 London Marathon on April 26. The English expat has lived on Long Island for over 20 years and returns to his home country to raise money for the …

Eastern Suffolk BOCES and its Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology’s barbering and cosmetology students will offer sessions of shaving heads, providing paraffin hand treatments and …

Bayport Blue-Point School District holds one of the highest opt-out (or refusal, according to New York State) percentages for the third- to eighth-grade assessment tests on Long Island. As 75 percent …

The average American family spends about $919 on its prom-goers, according to a Visa survey. The average cost of the dress alone: $100 to $600. To help teens and their families with some of those …

We are looking for interns to join our staff for the summer of 2020. Interns are unpaid, but have an opportunity to apply for a $2600 stipend through the New York Press …

The Browns River estuary has been no stranger to dredge spoil deposits, and the Town of Islip has acknowledged that addressing the issues here is “a top priority.” “We are …

Addressing the litter on the major roadways in the Town of Islip is an integral aspect of the mission Keep Islip Clean’s membership not only preaches but practices, too. The Long Island …

On Monday, March 2, the Bayard Cutting Arboretum will be hosting a symposium on the “Evolution of the American Landscape: Gardening in the 21st Century,” where leaders in the horticulture …

Everyone values a home-cooked meal. It was made with love, it was made for you (probably with a unique recipe, too). And it’s hard for restaurants to recreate this—a space with a homey …

As the cost of a college education continues to skyrocket and many degree-holders find themselves debt-ridden without jobs to cover the debilitating loan payments, a resurgence of interest in …

After a fire destroyed the Whalehouse Point Beach Bar & Restaurant at Watch Hill Marina on Fire Island last September, Watch Hill concessioner LoveFINS and the National Park Service are planning …

The New York State Department of Transportation announced that motorists should expect road work this weekend on both direction of State Route 27A (Montauk Highway/Main Street) in the Town of Islip, …

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 …

The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce proudly welcomed new board members, Craig Sweezey of Sweezey Photography (pictured left) and Frank Palermo of Claws (second left), at their monthly meeting on …

The Town of Islip Youth Bureau Teens for Jeans Drive is underway. The Islip Youth Bureau is looking for new and gently used jeans for distribution to teenagers living in local homeless …

An application submitted by Bayport-Blue Point Library to the Suffolk County Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program Committee for an upgraded septic system at its purchased property on …

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