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Adding some zest to the downtown Main Street area is Sayville N Spice, which had their grand opening/ribbon-cutting on Saturday, Nov. 21. With an enthusiastic crowd gathered outside, Sayville N …

Surrounded by inquisitive but cautious cats, drag performer Annie Manildoo (“any man will do”) led a bingo night at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café on Saturday, Nov. 21. The six-round …

Jackie Gordon, the Democratic candidate for New York’s Second Congressional District, called her opponent 36-year-old Andrew Garbarino Wednesday, Nov. 18 at around 4 p.m., conceding the …

On Saturday, Nov. 14, the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce and elected officials, including Islip supervisor Angie Carpenter and Legis. Anthony Piccirillo, gathered to honor Chris Bodkin, Bill …

Neither lacrosse softwall rebounders nor brick walls are really that adequate for wall ball exercises. Laxworx, a Patchogue-based company, recently released its Lacrosse Hardwall Rebounder 2.0, which …

A brunch-style takeout restaurant may be coming to Foster Avenue in Sayville. Last Wednesday, Oct. 28, the Islip Town Planning Board approved a special permit for a minor restaurant located at 32 …

In a fitting October gathering, The Flow Collective held a Halloween Art Show where a collection of horror movie-inspired pieces were on display for a haunting, macabre experience. Liz Slionski …

G.K. Chesterton must have known John and Carol Ann St. Lawrence.  John was astonished to learn his uncle, a veteran, could not be honored alongside other veterans.  That was because no one …

The alchemy of nature has a calling some answer if they’re lucky. Steve Kuhn followed the vocation that was offered. The glint of the sun on the water, puffy clouds, warm summer air, the …

The Suffolk County News is dedicated to keeping local journalism vital and central to the community. As part of that pledge to our readers and our local towns, we led a journalism merit badge project …

In a social justice movement marked by thousands of attendees, Leon Goodman, of Bay Shore, sought to make a difference as a lone soldier in the fight against systemic racism with his one-man, silent …

“No matter what your job is, you always do your best. You give 150 per- cent,” said Scott Stevens, the beloved UPS deliveryman of Sayville and West Sayville for the past 30 …

As restaurants rebound from the pandemic closures and slowly reopen, Sayville’s main eateries are coming backwith all the hometown favorites. Restaurants in Suffolk County have allowed …

A gathering of over 200 people was held in honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at the Common Ground. With the event onlyannounced two days prior and on the same evening as Open …

The night before opening his campaign headquarters in the former Thornhill’s Pharmacy in Sayville, Republican Congressional candidate and NYS assemblyman Andrew Garbarino attended The …

There were 20 volunteers with masks, shovels, and clippers by Old Montauk Highway and Old Broadway Avenue Sat- urday morning. Among them was Jackie Gordon, the Democratic contender for the 2nd …

“If an alien visited Times Square in the ‘70s and wanted to contact California, they would use a pay phone. If they came back in 2020 and didn’t see any payphones, they might think …

Sept. 11, 2020, was very special, as Sayville saw the renaming of Lowell Road, at the intersection of Versa Place, to 1983 Sayville High School graduate Robert A. Zane Jr. Way. This renaming started …

A magical, friendly aura filled with creation, color, imagination and hope swirls in this Sayville Main Street storefront. That’s what The Catbird Seat owner Debi Wickliffe is hoping visitors …

Over the years, besides the American and POW flags, the beautiful, historic Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ has placed signs and symbols on its front lawn as moral-compass nudges: 693 …

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