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Art show captures ‘natural beauty’

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts hosted artist Jonathan Van Brunt at the Gillette House this past weekend for his curated exhibition, “Natural Beauty,” this coming weekend, Jan. 28 and …

Jeanna Masone, owner of Sayville’s Botox Beauty Bar on 120 Main Street, recently won the Bethpage Best of Long Island award for Best of Botox practice. The practice was only opened in 2022, …

Young Laney McGowan, who suffered severe damage to her heart and lungs following a viral infection and was admitted to the hospital in critical condition on Christmas Eve, has been taken out of her …

On Saturday, Jan. 21, at approximately 11 p.m., a vehicle crashed into the Bowlero sign at the shopping center on 5560 Sunrise Highway, in Sayville. The Suffolk County Police Department’s 5th …

Two males entered Dorothy's Fine Jewelry, located at 22 Railroad Ave., on January 19 at approximately 1:30 p.m. One of the men was armed with a handgun. The suspects fled with jewelry. Detectives are …

This year, our readers helped us raise a total of $1,400 through our Holiday Greeting Fund in support of the Chestene M. Coverdale Sayville Food Pantry. This past Friday, we presented the pantry with …

Laney McGowan, the 6-year-old from Sayville with Dravet syndrome who has been hospitalized since Christmas Eve after a virus damaged her heart and lungs, finally got to smile at her parents, Tiffany …

On Saturday, Jan. 14, the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for new business, Many Moons Merch Company, on Railroad Avenue in downtown Sayville. The company offers …

On Tuesday, Jan. 10, two Division IV foes scuffled on the hardcourt for an evening contest on Brook Street. The Miller Place Panthers visited the Sayville Golden Flashes in boys varsity basketball …

Sayville and the surrounding community have come together to support the McGowan family whose daughter, Laney, was hospitalized on Christmas Eve following a life-threatening episode affecting her …

Patiently waiting a year and a half at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café in Sayville, Piper, an adult cat, was finally adopted by a repeat adopter to the organization. Amanda Trantel had previously …

Award-winning photojournalist Ryan Sweezey held the first of a two-weekend showcase of his artwork at the Gillette House in Sayville co-hosted by the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts (BAFFA) and the …

The Suffolk County News asked leaders in the community for their resolutions for 2023, both for themselves and the people they serve. Here’s part two of the responses. Neil Foley, …

The Greater Sayville Civic Association held their first meeting of 2023 on Wednesday, Jan. 4. Elected officials Andy Wittman (R-receiver of taxes), Legis. Anthony Piccirillo (R-8th District), and a …

Each year, Dominique Maciejka, resident glamour girl of Sayville and owner of the Paper Doll Vintage Boutique on Main Street, collects and stores lingerie to launch at their annual Lingerie Soiree, …

Being a huge fan of Ryan Murphy (at least when he’s doing a series based on a real-life story to rein in his, perhaps, overly imaginative writers) and a historical home aficionado, “The …

With nearly half a dozen nominations for the 2022 Inspiration Award, Rich D’Andrea, of Sayville, was characterized repeatedly as a steadfast and dedicated supporter of the community who has …

The community rallied and donated over $50,000 in less than a week to a GoFundMe for Laney McGowan, a Sayville child suffering from Dravet syndrome, who has been in surgery for a life-threatening …

The Suffolk County News asked leaders in the community for their resolutions for 2023, both for themselves and the people they serve. Here are some of the responses. Angie Carpenter, Islip Town …

The knock at the front door came early November. “Hi, I’m Guy with the Sayville Historical Society. We need houses for our annual Historic House Tour and would like to include yours. …

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