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$10 million for Islip Regional Shellfish Hatchery

Gov. Hochul announced $10 million for the Town of Islip Regional Shellfish Hatchery. The establishment of the Regional Shellfish Hatchery will expand New York’s blue economy and address …

On Wednesday, June 5, the Town of Islip Planning Board held a meeting to hear public comments on the proposed construction of 40 garden apartments for special-needs individuals on 405 Locust Avenue, …

With the month of Pride starting last week, local organizations have joined in on the message of unity. The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce “has long recognized the importance of …

One more rep.   Doing one more repetition—a set of push-ups, sit-ups, or squats—even after you hit the wall of exhaustion is what one more rep means. That’s what 220 athletes …

On Saturday, May 18, the Long Island Dog Owners’ Association (LI-DOG) held their first “Pack Walk” at San Souci Park in Sayville. LI-DOG schedules nine Pack Walks a year with …

At the Town of Islip Board Meeting on Tuesday, May 14, the town voted unanimously to award Kargili Enterprises Ltd., aka Tasty Frosty, based in Bay Shore, to build an operate the three-season …

St. John’s Church in Blue Point celebrated Orthodox Easter, Holy Week and the Anastasi (the “rising / resurrection” midnight service that takes place Saturday night into Sunday.) …

The Bayport-Blue Point High School hosted its annual Senior Dinner on Thursday May 2. Over 150 senior citizens from the community came, with members of senior class serving salads and food …

On Saturday, May 4, the Sayville Farmers’ Market began their season that runs until November from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Islip Grange Park on Broadway Avenue. “Last year our patrons …

The Bohemia, Greater Ronkonkoma, and Oakdale civic associations held a joint Meet the Candidates night for the four individuals running for two seats on the Connetquot Board of Education at the …

On Saturday, April 27, The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce held their annual Springfest. Originally scheduled earlier this year in March, the event was moved to April following heavy rains. …

On Saturday, April 27, the Oakdale Historical Society hosted volunteers with the West Sayville Junior Fire Department for a cleanup of the grounds of colonial church, St. John’s in Oakdale. …

On a rainy Saturday morning, about 40 volunteers from Save the Great South Bay, wearing yellow safety vests, fanned out across two sites in Patchogue to collect trash. James Bertsch, a Save the …

The Blue Island Oyster Foundation held the eighth annual Run to Protect the Bay fundraiser on Saturday, April 20, with dozens of runners from Long Island. As part of a spring run series …

On Saturday, April 20, volunteers took to cleaning up areas in downtown Main Street and surrounding parts of Sayville. Over a dozen trash bags were collected from debris that had accumulated …

The Christopher A. Coluccio Foundation, a Bayport-Blue Point-based charity, held its annual Ping Pong for Positivity event on Saturday, April 20, at Danzi Athletic Center at St. Joseph’s …

Members of the Sayville Michael Murphy Team and the LT Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum recently welcomed a young veterans’ business networking group to the Portly Villager. Led by veterans …

The Suffolk County Legislature unanimously voted to authorize the county attorney to start negotiations to purchase the former John J. Foley nursing home located at 4 Grover Drive, in Yaphank, for …

Under the Consolidated Appropriations Act that was passed last month, congressman Andrew Garbarino (R-2 nd District) was able to secure $2 million for the Oakdale sewer project. Last July, …

On Sunday, April 14, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Sayville Fire House (located at 107 North Main Street) will be giving away smoke detectors for community members who are residents of the Sayville …

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