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On Tuesday, June 21, Suffolk County Police  arrested an East Islip man who committed violent acts against two movie theater employees, including a teenager, outside a Sayville movie theater this …

Drew Baldwin was sworn in Monday night at Land’s End by congressman Andrew Garbarino with his board members, as the Sayville Rotary Club’s new president. Baldwin’s mission for the …

In response to the 27 school mass shootings across the country since Jan. 1, 2022, the Sayville Board of Education passed a resolution on June 5th to implore New York State to amend its regulations …

Roaring colorfully into downtown Sayville and resting in the Common Ground, the 2022 Pride Parade and Picnic was a community, family, and self-awareness event that brought individuals from the …

Suffolk County News asked this year’s valedictorians and salutatorians about impactful moments in their school lives and their future. BAYPORT-BLUE POINT Annelise Schreiber, …

The Sayville Fire Department hosted a parade for Memorial Day and culminated in a presentation of wreaths and stone dedications put together by The American Legion Post 651’s David Isaacs and …

  Local veterans’ organization Bravo Foxtrot United Veterans Inc. has found a new administrative home in Sayville. The organization, which had been based on Main Street in Bay …

First ladies are an important group that tend to be forgotten by history. On June 2, National First Ladies Day, a new book for readers aged 9 and up will try to remedy that fact. “Ladies, …

The Common Ground has a full list of events for families this summer. Here are some of the fun activities coming up. Saturday, June 4, 18Gardening in the Park  Join other dedicated …

Until May 29, the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts Gallery, located at the Gillette House in Sayville, will be hosting the exhibit “Art Grows Here,” conceived and curated by Women …

Thursday, May 19, was time for a matinee rivalry on Academy Street. Two longtime adversaries, who geographically cannot get any closer, faced off in a win-or-go-home game for the first round of the …

This Monday, May 30, is the official date to acknowledge Memorial Day this year. There are a number of events planned across our reader areas, where those who paid the ultimate price for our …

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 …

The Sayville Village Improvement Society completed their sign project and held a dedication ceremony near one of the two signs that promote volunteerism on Saturday, May 14. The signs, located in the …

St. John’s Lutheran Church, located at 48 Greene Avenue in Sayville, will be hosting two concerts with award-winning, national musicians.   May 22 at 4 p.m. Organist Clara Gerdes …

Wow! One hundred and ninety guests came to Land’s End for the annual Sayville Garden Club Luncheon on Monday in support of the nonprofit’s good work and beautification …

On Tuesday, May 10, a town board meeting was held at Islip Town Hall East. While pandemic regulations had limited the number of occupants in the meeting room, this past board meeting invited …

School Budget:   Yes: 2010 vs No: 688   Library Budget:   Yes: 2072 vs No: 622  Historical Society: Yes: 2161  vs No: …

From the Sayville School District:   Desmond Megna—one of three candidates on the ballot for the Sayville school board seat vacated by Norm deVenau, running against Mark Ruf and …

The Greater Islip Association, better known as the Stop Island Hills group on Facebook with over 1,300 members, held a Zoom meeting on Thursday, May 5 to discuss developments with community outreach …

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