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A mere 12-year-old, Jessie Rees preached “Never Ever Give Up” (NEGU) in her heroic battle against childhood cancer.  Sixteen-year-old Sayville teen Matthew Zender, who also adopted …

Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I Sayville), elected to serve 7th Assembly District constituents in 2012 and subsequently re-elected to his 4th term, filed his statement of candidacy for Republican …

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, …

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, …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Main Street parade followed by ice skating, winter fest and tree lighting

“Sayville’s Grand Old Lady” and civic leader extraordinaire

Tenth annual Small Business Saturday is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 30

Town employees largely account for the slight taxpayer increase, elected officials say

Pilot Clubs focus on brain safety and health and the support for caring of others. 

Sayville Rotary honors vets; collects for General Needs

Sayville’s Chris Imperato offers ancient objects

Islip Town incumbents re-elected; Flotteron and Cilmi hold seats

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.

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