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PAWS for Veterans Therapy Act, sponsored by Sen. Thom Tillis, has recently passed the Senate and the House, allowing insurance benefits to cover service dog expenses for veterans with …

On Aug. 16, Dress for Success Brookhaven presented more than 100 brand-new women’s bras to Madonna Heights homeless shelter for women and teens. The bras were donated by Victoria’s Secret …

Students head back to school in a week, and, just as in previous generations, they’ll show off their new backpacks, lunchboxes, and folders to friends, asking to see the friend’s new …

When Yuleisy Lanns decided to create a balloon garland decoration for her birthday party, she never imagined things would “pop off” the way they have. Now, two months after testing the …

In the past month, many beaches on Fire Island have closed temporarily due to shark sightings close to shore. The sharks are drawn in due to massive schools of bunker, or menhaden, that gather. …

On August 24, Councilman Dan Panico (left) and County Legislator Jim Mazarella (right) were on-hand when the Town of Brookhaven demolished a vacant and abandoned “zombie house” at 108 …

The Long Island Advance, Suffolk County News and Islip Bulletin publisher Terry Tuthill has partnered with local publisher Thomas Graf in a new endeavor called Our Island Life. Editorial coordinator …

Philippine Sea—On Aug. 7, Aviation Structural Mechanic Patrick Gross, from Mastic Beach, N.Y., carried a fold poll aboard Independence-variant littoral combat ship USS Charleston (LCS 18), …

The Islip Town Board Meetings returned to in-person sessions on Tuesday, Aug. 10, and community members took full advantage to voice concerns about ongoing issues in their respective …

Back to school can be incredibly stressful; combine that with the uncertainty of COVID-19, and children have enough to worry about than where to get a backpack and supplies. To ease that burden …

On Tuesday, Aug. 3, the Suffolk County Police Department’s 7th Precinct and the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library hosted a National Night Out event at the William Floyd High School …

Two men, who were swimming in the water at Smith Point Beach, were struck by a large wave at approximately 7:55 p.m. on August 6. One of the men made it back to the shore and the other was pulled out …

Maura Spery wants to see more kids down by the water enjoying nature. However, Spery, former Mastic Beach mayor and current chairperson for the board of directors for the Mastic Beach Conservancy, is …

On July 31, supervisor Ed Romaine was on hand to celebrate the Mastic Beach Property Owners Association Summer Fest. The event, which was held on the grounds adjacent to the association’s …

By Amy E. Loeb, EdD, MBA, RN, executive director at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead The vaccine rollout throughout New York, and especially Long Island, has been a success. Nearly …

Town of Brookhaven released a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a master developer to redevelop the downtown area of Mastic Beach. The RFQ, according to the town, will task potential interested …

St. Jude Roman Catholic Church held a dedication ceremony for its recently refurbished St. Jude shrine and the area surrounding the shrine. The project began in 2014 and was made possible after $1.4 …

On Tuesday, Aug. 3, the Suffolk County Police Department’s 7th Precinct and the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library will be joining communities across the United States for a National …

Settlement agreements with several defendants in the county’s pending opioid litigation were reached last week. They included Rite Aid, offering $1.5 million; CVS, offering $3.5 million, plus …

  The Suffolk County Police Department Community Relations Bureau (CRB) and 7th Precinct recently hosted a Barber, Beauty & Books event at Jenny’s JNT Beauty Barbershop. The purpose …

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