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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. …

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. …

On Sunday, June 9, the Long Island Maritime Museum hosted “Keels and Wheels” with vintage transport examples in automobiles, motorcycles, and boats. Among the car makes were Jaguar, …

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 …

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 …

Timothy J. Henck Memorial Field was the stage for the Sayville Golden Flashes hosting Kings Park in girls varsity flag football with a trip to the Suffolk County Title game on the line. It was …

BAYPORT-BLUE POINT Over the last three years, the Bayport-Blue Point school budget has come under the tax levy cap, but this year, the budget will come right up to the cap, which is set at 3.91 …

Bayport-Blue Point Tuesday, June 18 Pre- Prom – 5:30 p.m. at BBPHS front lawn (cafeteria in the event of rain) Prom – 7 p.m. – Land’s End Friday, June 21 …

On Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, there are a number of events planned across our readers’ areas, where those who paid the ultimate price for our collective freedom will be honored. Here …

On Monday, April 22, New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that for the FY 2025 budget, she would be increasing school aid by $1.3 billion to nearly $36 billion, including $24.9 billion in …

You could call Brian Stoll a Broadway superfan. The West Islip resident has the Playbill from each of the more than 300 Broadway productions he’s seen over the years, many of which are …

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 …

You’ll have a hard time counting all the hit songs when three of music’s biggest stars get together to perform at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts on April 12. The …

Suffolk County Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation filed a lawsuit against the Town of Islip in the Supreme Court of the State of New York in Suffolk County in January of this year for full tax …

With over 28,000 children in New York State diagnosed with autism and over 40,000 diagnosed with ADHD, the need for literature that addresses coping skills for students to maximize their learning in …

The Great South Bay will only be as healthy as the 50 creeks that flow into it. That is why Save the Great South Bay (STGSB) launched the Creek Defender Program, in which local Creek Defenders …

Last Wednesday afternoon, prior to a game vs. Kellenberg, three St. John the Baptist baseball legends were honored in a pregame ceremony at Buddy Corr Field. Logan O’Hoppe (No. 6), John …

On Wednesday, March 27, Dr. Marc Ferris, superintendent of Sayville school district, revealed the preliminary budget proposal for the 2024-2025 school year, which has a $5.8 million gap, mostly owing …

New York State legislators are hearing loud voices coming from Long Island colleges and universities, who are demanding that recently proposed legislation for schools include provisions for higher …

On Wednesday, March 6, the Town of Islip held their annual Sharp Shooter Competition for fourth- and fifth-grade students in the community. This year “broke all-time records,” according …

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