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Among a sea of vendors selling delicious food, fresh produce, and beautiful art, one stand at the Patchogue Farmers’ Market offered the most precious good of all—free Narcan training and …

An ebullient, soaring performance powerhouse of talent emerged Friday night at The Gateway’s Long Island premiere of “Jersey Boys,” with its four stars, cast, and orchestra blowing …

After the Suffolk County Legislature voted to recess, the Suffolk County Clean Water Plan will not appear on the 2023 general election ballot in November. The Long Island Advance took the …

A facility in Yaphank that will convert food waste into renewable natural gas and fertilizer is expected to be completed and ready to accept material by the end of 2024, its developer says. …

Clean water is elemental to the health, economy, recreation, and overall well-being of Long Island and its residents. Yet, on Tuesday, July 25, the Suffolk County Legislature failed to allow the …

The Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA) is implementing a new policy aimed at addressing long-overdue water bills. SCWA will begin placing liens on properties with outstanding water bills on active …

Suffolk County Water Authority reminds residents to conserve water this summer as drought warnings are issued and water demand surges. Though we have been lucky lately with plenty of rain, …

Magic Fountain’s ice cream tastes noticeably different. And while as a frequent flyer, I have chocked it up to magic, destination, and my overall love for the cold stuff, the reporter in …

On July 11, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone signed into law a bill passed unanimously by the Suffolk County Legislature on July 5 requiring all police vehicles to be equipped with EpiPens, …

The Girl Scouts of Suffolk County (GSSC) has been awarded a one-year grant of $25,000 from the Advisory Board of the Long Island Community Foundation (LICF). The grant aims to aid GSSC in increasing …

TRITEC Real Estate Company announced today that Great South Bay Brewery has signed a lease for 8,428 square feet of space at Station Yards, a mixed-use development at the Long Island Railroad Station …

On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress passed an act establishing an official flag for the new nation. The resolution stated, “Resolved, that the flag of the United States be 13 stripes, …

Tired of having puddles on your lawn after it rains? Want a cost-effective (and beautiful!) way to reduce it? Try planting a rain garden!  Rain gardens have many benefits Aside from …

On June 7, City of New York’s Corporation Counsel, Sylvia O. Hinds-Radix, announced that the City of New York was filing suit against more than 30 New York localities that issued what …

“They gave up their tomorrows for our todays,” Dan Murphy declared this Memorial Day at the Lt. Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum. Dan Murphy, the Gold Star father of Medal of Honor …

**MILD SPOILER ALERT**   As the warmer weather rolls in, Netflix has heated up its pairings of chemistry-laden couples to watch, in both creation and self-destruction. Two …

On Saturday, May 20, Artspace, with gallery leader Tracy Todd Hunter, hosted the submitted artwork for congressman Andrew Garbarino’s (R-NY-2nd District) art competition for the Second …

The “Boys of Summer” we are not. More like the “Guys of Early Autumn.” But in the winter of 2006 (see how I’m using all the seasons here?) I met each of these guys for …

Suffolk County town supervisors and legislators have made their opinion, cautioning against retention of migrants to be placed in Suffolk County, known. In a joint-statement by the Suffolk …

Long Island homeowners looking to play a role in reducing stormwater runoff, which is one of the leading causes of nitrogen pollution in our waterways, will soon be eligible for grants to help cover …

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