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The Sayville community was stunned and saddened with the closing of Starbucks on Main Street, a popular hangout and staple of window shopping for the area, the day after Christmas. The business at …

With the pandemic continuing and supply chain issues, this Christmas was about savoring what you got, whenever it got there. The Suffolk County News asked readers to submit photos for a contest of …

Looking for activities to ring in the New Year? Every town, from Patchogue to Oakdale, has you covered. Patchogue Midnight on Main The event will start at 7 p.m. on Main Street in Patchogue …

Joel Camp, who owns the newly opened School of Rock in Sayville with his wife Emilia, is the offspring of family members who surrounded his life in notes, chords and songs. “My dad is a …

On Friday, Dec. 17 at 7 p.m., the Greater Sayville Civic Association and large swaths of the community participated in the third annual Light the Night by placing luminaries outside of their …

The Town of Islip unanimously approved a resolution during their board meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 14, to “not entertain” the Draft Environmental Impact Statement presented by Rechler Equity …

Fire districts across Long Island held their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Bayport The winner was Edgar Borrero, who won the write-in ballot with 39 out of 55 votes. Bohemia The …

Theresa Dodaro’s latest book, “The Bayman’s Daughter,” grabs the reader with an absorbing background glimpse of Sayville’s historic sites and owners, iconic locales we …

This past weekend from Friday, Dec. 10 to Sunday, Dec. 12, the Sayville Congregational United Church of Christ held their annual Victorian Tea. This year was the 30th tea and the first since the …

Do you have a glamorous woman in your life? Or perhaps, several of them? Thankfully, our local merchants are stocked with only the best of items to get her a last-minute but lasting gift.

Fire districts across Long Island will hold their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Bayport No one filed an official application for the vacant fire commissioner seat. But an election must …

On Saturday, Nov. 20, the Sayville Veterans Gravestone Restoration group, headed by Sayville school board trustee James Bertsch, had over 60 volunteers from various community groups from Sayville, …

With entire families attending to pick out their seasonal tree at St. Ann’s Christmas tree sale, complete with dogs in sweaters, it was a community event worthy of a heroine fawning in a …

At a planning board meeting for the Town of Islip on Wednesday, Nov. 17, the board decided not to grant the zone of change application made by Safeguard Self Storage in conjunction with the property …

You’ve got to love a store that not only sells healthy, nutritious food for dogs (also cats), but features dogs that need a permanent home. And also, a weekly Facebook star who models doggie …

The fans, bundled warmly and waterproofed with rain slickers, began to arrive at the football field. As the fans began walking through the gates, I saw many friends from my youth. Many of them were …

After a saddened year of hiatus, the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce came back bigger and better than ever with Miracle on Main, an all-day event for the community to celebrate the start of the …

Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore. This week, she walked through the Town of Islip’s Grange Park in Sayville. Before I discuss the historical significance of …

Cooper Gavin, a fifth grader at Sunrise Drive Elementary School, broke his foot during gym class a day before Halloween. Defeated by being unable to maneuver, he decided to help his mother with a …

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