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Glamorous gowns and tidy tuxedos for prom night

A glamorous weekend with Bayport-Blue Point, Sayville, and Connetquot high schools all hosting proms, the Class of 2022 got together for their last party of the school year (or first party of summer, …

Long Island’s largest and longest-running four-day music festival is finally back. Presented by the Blue Point Brewing Co., Great South Bay Music Festival will be celebrating its 14th …

As the summer season kicks into full gear, backyards will soon be filled for barbecues and pool days. While hamburgers and hot dogs are a staple of warm weather gatherings, a new must-have appetizer …

Celebrating the literary tradition and glamour of the legendary James Joyce, the Patchogue Arts Council in partnership with the James Joyce Pub will be hosting an evening honoring Bloomsday on …

The Bayport Aerodrome Society held its annual pancake breakfast this Sunday, May 22, with members donning short-order cooks titles and proudly displaying their aircrafts on a bright, clear-sky …

The Sayville farmers’ market is in full swing and will be held at the Islip Grange on Broadway until the end of fall. One of the staples of the farmers’ market is Taylor Kyriacou of …

During a zone changing meeting at the Town of Islip, Town Hall East, a 4-1 vote passed the request of Starbucks, represented by Steve Bertolino, the Bay Shore developer J. Nazzarro Partnership, for a …

Summer started earlier this season for Blue Point with the indisputable summer gathering spot for the community, Flo’s, opening on Thursday, April 14. Owner Connor Vigliotta said of the …

Sayville’s beloved Parkville Plaza Deli had its grand opening on Friday, April 15. Opening up at 5 a.m., Suffolk County News’ reporter was the 10th customer of the day at 7:15 …

Each year, Chabad of Islip Township distributes hundreds of pounds of shmurah matzah to the local Jewish community. With Ukraine being from the world’s largest suppliers of wheat, many …

For many couples, a fur baby is usually the first born of the family and a welcome older sibling to the arrival of their human child. Sometimes, the transition to a new sibling, especially when …

Check out some great dinner spots and family-friendly events for your Easter holiday this year. With many pandemic restrictions lifted, a return to egg hunts and in-person blessings has …

From the outside world (Patchogue’s Main Street), Chop’s Steakhouse looks dark and closed. But if the red light above the entrance is on, diners are welcome to enter. If you’re then …

At a change of zone meeting for the Town of Islip held on Thursday, March 10, town supervisor Angie Carpenter made a motion that was seconded by councilman John Cochrane to adjourn the decision on …

A winter storm dropped more than 23 inches of snow on Long Island Friday night into Saturday, leaving local residents with a Sunday filled with digging out or playing in the snow. Snowed in, …

Otto, a just-over-1-year-old puppy, is the face of an exciting new brew company based in East Islip. Otto’s Coffee Shop is Touro law student Alexa Zuppa’s creation that came at a time …

REVIEW- SNAPPER INN Celebrating at the Snapper Inn was made easy with the incredible waitstaff, especially if you are lucky enough to be served by Caroline and be treated by eye-pleasing views, a …

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