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This month, June 28 through 30, the St. John’s Greek Festival will return for food, pastries, and Greek traditions. The event has been a mainstay annual event in Blue Point for over 40 years. …

Sayville girls varsity lacrosse encapsulated their perfect 21-0 season when they defeated Rye 9-5 at Cortland High School last Saturday to win the 2024 Class C New York State Championship.  …

On Saturday, June 8, the Grange on B roadway Avenue in Sayville was filled with historical groups from the community to educate the public about the rich history of the Town of Islip. …

As summer fast approaches, the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts (BAFFA) Chorus and Symphony Orchestra welcomed the increasingly sunny days with their concert “Weather” on June 8. …

The Baymen Soccer Fields, on Cherry Avenue in West Sayville, are usually filled with kids heading, punting, and tackling soccer balls. But at one time, there was a historic wireless station, one of …

Stephanie Bricker was appointed on June 6 as the new principal of Sayville High School! “After a thorough interview process, Ms. Bricker emerged as the candidate who best embodied the …

Many Sayville varsity football graduating seniors have taken home many merits to add to their trophy case and are looking forward to their future in the fall. After going undefeated and winning …

Sayville High School junior, Vicki Li, stands with her winning poster for the 110th anniversary of the Sayville Village Improvement Society. With Vicki are SVIS incoming president Sherri Casey …

On Sunday, June 2, the Sayville varsity girls lacrosse team had a blowout win (12-4) against Wantagh for the Long Island Class C Championship. The first award in program history, head coach Gary …

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 …

Last Wednesday evening, the Sayville Golden Flashes squared off against the Plainedge Red Devils for the Girls Flag Football Class B Long Island Championship at Long Beach High School. No. 1 …

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 Wednesday, May 22, Sayville High School hosted a Military Appreciation Day celebration featuring aircraft landings from the U.S. Marine Corps. In addition to the aircraft landings, attendees …

The library is an adventure every day, from the depths of the ocean to the Milky Way, from far-off lands to community parks, from a classic to the newest book. Your library card is a passport to …

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 …

Despite the rain, members of the Sayville community gathered together to honor those who lost their lives fighting for our country. With pride, patriotically dressed attendees lined Main Street …

Brian Robinson, who has produced Macy’s Flower Shows for the last eight years, entertained the Sayville Garden Club’s Spring Luncheon as the key speaker this year. Robinson is the …

The Suffolk County News asked valedictorians and salutatorians in our coverage area about their hopes, successes, and outlook for their bright futures and the classmates they shared the journey with. …

Suffolk County Police today arrested a man for selling cannabis products at a Sayville store. As part of the department’s “Operation Smoke Out,” Fifth Precinct Crime Section officers …

Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board recently honored Richard Mosback at the May Town Board Meeting for his courageous actions on April 3rd, 2024. Mosback, a Nassau County …

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