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During GiGi’s Playhouse’s third annual Black-tie Gala, held on March 16, congressman Andrew Garbarino (R) announced that he had secured a $1 million federal grant for the organization. …

Legis. Dominick Thorne (R) recently held a lithium-ion battery safety course at the Patchogue-Medford Library last week, alongside Suffolk County fire safety educators. Thorne has recently …

Mastic Beach author Kim Feliciano is out with a new children’s book. “10 Little Ants,” which was published earlier this month by Austin Macauley Publishers, helps youngsters …

Suffolk Cooperative Library System and St. Joseph’s University in Patchogue are partnering on a free event on Saturday, April 13, for young readers to hear from and meet some of their favorite …

The volunteer workdays are available at the Long Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex. These workdays are a great opportunity for local residents to give back to the environment and help protect …

Local author Amy Nicole has recently released her children’s book “An Apple a Day,” published by Pegasus. The book is her third published book. It can be found in paperback for …

Deborah Brown-Volkman wants people unhappy in their jobs to successfully make a career jump and succeed. Especially after experiencing childhood trauma, like she did. The East Moriches career …

In honor of World Water Day, Suffolk County executive Ed Romaine recently launched the Suffolk County Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program and Land Stewardship Initiatives, known as …

Town of Brookhaven supervisor Daniel J. Panico has announced that the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering Low-Interest Federal Assistance Loans to eligible Long Island …

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 …

An immigrant from El Salvador who needs a job, a sponsor and whose visa is running out, is the premise of filmmaker, comic, and actor Julio Torres’s movie “Problemista.” Torres, who …

If you’ve ever scanned grandparents’ or great-grandparents’ photos, chances are scenes of front stoops, fire escapes, small-business storefronts, a subway entrance, and a distant …

This year brings promises of a spring packed with Easter happenings. Below is a compiled list of some of the local events this spring. Bunny Run and Easter Egg Hunt, Patchogue Village …

Suffolk County executive Ed Romaine said he will hold a meeting of officials of Suffolk County’s 10 towns in April to forge a regional approach to handling the disposal of the county’s …

Members of the Brookhaven Landfill Action & Remediation Group had a clear message when they met last week with officials from New York State attorney general Leticia James’s office. …

Shirley resident and owner of Freshy Fresh Bagels, Will Backhaus, and his son Joshua, 22, a William Floyd High School graduate, will open their second location at the former Spicy’s chicken …

The Town of Brookhaven has announced that the Brookhaven Animal Shelter and Adoption Center will provide $65 adoptions during the “I-rish I Had a Home” St. Patrick’s event (March 16 …

“Trapper, this is not goodbye, it’s see you later,” Kirsten Holley said as she handed Trapper’s leash to Karen Steelman. Surrounded by loved ones and furry friends, three …

It’s gonna cost you dearly if you illegally dump. On Feb. 29, Timothy Hughes of Shirley, who was charged with illegally dumping a 24-foot boat in the Pine Barrens in Manorville earlier in …

Suffolk County district attorney Raymond A. Tierney recently announced that Randell Hollman, 16, of East Patchogue, was sentenced to three to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to burglary, …

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