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Sayville artist making music while tour is on hold

If you could take the spirit of Lana Del Rey, the angst of Soundgarden, the tragically poetic turns of phrase of Fiona Apple, and the commanding stage presence of Lita Ford, you would have the …

Sayville Library hosted a legislative and medical update regarding the status of reopening on Wednesday, June 24, the same day Long Island entered Phase 3. A Zoom meeting featuring town, county, …

With libraries serving as vital community centers, their closure due to COVID-19 regulations, has left a paucity in the towns they serve for cultural and social events. But in late June, …

The Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ will be hosting a sex trafficking: hidden in plain sight town hall on Monday, June 29 at 7 p.m. This nationally available live-streaming will …

On March 17, as many New Yorkers in the food and hospitality industry faced a grim future, Ryan Carroll lost his prestigious job at the Times Square Edition Hotel, where he worked under the likes …

While June’s biggest celebration, Pride Month, had some of its characteristic glitter and luster taken away due to the COVID-19 crisis, that did not stop the Transgender Resource Center …

A piece of nostalgia has come to Sayville as The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce presents “A Pop-Up Drive-In Movie Weekend.” Enjoy a fun family night out or a great date night this …

In a town just over 16,000, there were over 3.500 attendees at a Black Lives Matter protest against racism march on Sunday, June 7. Many locals were in attendance and often brought friends from …

“We know our customers, our clientele. We can protect them best,” roared Eileen Tyznar, president of the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce at a press conference held on Tuesday, …

After dropping off nonperishables at a nearby high school around lunchtime on Thursday, May 7, Carroll’s Kitchen delivered Italian food to the entire staff at a post office. It all …

When Sayville Ferry Service Capt. Mike Jayne guided the Fire Island Empress to Cherry Grove and the Pines, his final ferry ride at the helm, this is what he got: a Coast Guard escort, assorted …

When the call went out to celebrate Kay Porter’s 98th birthday with a car caravan, the response was quick. The Sayville Rotarians started it, then the Sayville Chamber, the Sayville Garden …

“Steve Burton is the kind of guy who knows how to get things done,” said Greater Sayville Civic president Christine Sarni. Burton, a Sayville resident, is civic’s second vice …

At least 50 brown bags of customer orders were lined up by the registers at Cornucopia Natural Foods at 9 a.m. on Monday. And this was the day after Easter. “We’re processing the …

Passion Week is upon us, and services leading into and on Easter Sunday are available at local churches online, whether on Zoom, Facebook Live, or YouTube. The web address for all services on …

The Browns River Marinas West and East, in Sayville and Bayport, respectively, will see dredging, though no timetable has been relayed. P.W. Grosser Consulting and the Town of Islip already …

Last Friday, March 27, the Sunrise Drive Elementary Community enjoyed the Honk-and-Hello Parade for students and their homebound families. “This is meant to spread some cheer and …

As the world ground to a halt, the unthinkable happened, with weddings and wakes being cancelled. Local florist Donna Stanfield Johnson was left with thousands of pink and white ros- es for …

The model is $14 per meal, plus your grandma eats free. He is also donating 25 percent of his proceeds to Island Harvest, the rest goes towards making more meals.

Four weeks ago, “coronavirus” was not even a word in most Americans’ vocabulary. Now, you can’t escape it, whether it is on television, social media, or walking the aisles …

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