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Margot J. Garant, the longtime mayor and resident of the Village of Port Jefferson, stepped down due to medical concerns. Garant originally announced her candidacy for Brookhaven Town supervisor on …

With extreme heat forecasted for the next several days, PSEG Long Island has sufficient electric capacity to meet projected peak demand and is here for customers and the community. According to the …

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 …

Dr. Chris Gobler, of Stony Brook University's Gobler Laboratory, met with Citizens Campaign for the Environment and the Nature Conservancy earlier today at Mascot Dock in Patchogue Village to debrief …

Mastic Beach Conservancy held its first paddle race, Race the Narrows, on Saturday, July 15th followed by Bash by the Bay, a free community event with live music. The two-mile recreational race took …

According to Mastic-Moriches-Shirley Community Library officials, the library district is committed to not going back to the taxpayers to ask for permission to borrow more. Rather, the board promises …

Mold issues, drains that back up with sewage near dog cages, urine-soaked blankets, and cages with feces—these were the issues brought up by Brookhaven Animal Shelter volunteers, several …

A new business in downtown Patchogue is looking to become a go-to place for filming movies, TV shows, and commercials on Long Island. Walk into Underworld Productions’ unassuming …

“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 …

William Floyd High School’s valedictorian, Eric DiGiacomo, and salutatorian, Merry Vo Nguyen, took the time to speak with the Long Island Advance about their future and advice for their fellow …

William Floyd High School principal Philip Scotto recently conferred the Principal’s Award to the top 10 students for the William Floyd High School Class of 2023. This year’s …

With the beginning of boating season underway and summer right around the corner, Long Island residents are boarding their boats and hitting the water. Despite packing snacks, sunglasses, and …

Suffolk County Police Seventh Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that killed a Moriches man in Mastic Beach this afternoon. Brian Baker, owner of the Bellport Brewery, …

Colin Mochrie, of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” is coming to the Patchogue Theatre for Performing Arts on April 30. He will be performing his highly acclaimed two-man improv …

Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposed New York Housing Compact has been scrutinized by elected officials from both major parties in the Assembly and Legislature from suburban areas in the state. The …

In 2021, Winters Bros. closed on over 200 acres of land neighboring the current Brookhaven Town Landfill in Yaphank, just south of Horseblock Road. The purchase of the property, according to Will …

A public hearing for the Beaver dam Boat Basin, located at 320 South Country Road in Brookhaven, was postponed by the owner last week and will be rescheduled by the Brookhaven Town Zoning Board for …

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts is hosting a live discussion with Jon Heder, Napoleon; Efren Ramirez, Pedro; and Jon Gries, Uncle Ricco; on Friday, April 14. Tickets are on sale now, though …

Dunkin’ is now located at 454 William Floyd Parkway, in Shirley, in place of the old and abandoned Dairy Barn. The owners opened the storefront last week, offering free donuts to all …

Pinball enthusiast and Patchogue resident Joshua Guskin can’t wait to invite the public to his Pinball Long Island storefront, at 48 West Main Street, this St. Patrick’s Day …

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