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We found these South Shore haunted sites just in time for Halloween.

Details of the proposed overlay said to pre-plan for sewers in Sayville.

The show can be viewed at their Main Street location over the next couple of months.

We don’t feel this process is transparent or taxpayer friendly

2020 tentative budget shows an $18 average increase per household; does not pierce the tax cap

Sayville’s former Sewer Committee re-commits to preserving the hamlet, rebranded as the Greater Sayville Hamlet Study Committee, with goals to be more transparent, inclusive and provide …

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 …

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 …

Sayville’s annual Fall Festival was held on Main Street on Saturday.

Flooding over the weekend in coastal areas of Long Island.

It was just time for longtime Sayville Pizza co-owners Frank Pezzuto and Chad Johnson. A bittersweet goodbye it will surely be, but after all, the hours it takes to run a town-favorite pizza joint …

Girls earned a Silver Award and are continuing to improve the facility

The greatest gift to any artist is an audience. One of the hardest challenges to being an artist is staying an artist because the passion tends to die without anyone reinforcing the work. Ryan …

On Monday, Jan. 6, newly inaugurated Legis. Anthony Piccirillo (R-Holbrook) released a press release demanding the return of 37 years of county constituent files from predecessor Bill Lindsay …

On Sunday, Jan. 5 at the Sayville Republican Club, located on Main Street in Sayville, Legis. Anthony Piccirillo gathered with his supporters for his inauguration by former assemblyman and current …

The event is rain or shine

Event will be hosted by Long Island Maritime Museum

The best way to describe Eileen Tyznar’s role in the community would be “fairy godmother.” As someone who has enough titles to fill the calendars of at least five other …

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