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After years without a permanent pastor, new one joins

For the past three and a half years, East Patchogue’s Emanuel Lutheran Church on East Main Street has been without a permanent pastor, with retired Rev. David Wackenhuth filling in temporarily. …

Thirteen-year-old Javien Coleman, a former student of South Country School District’s Frank P. Long Intermediate School, died last year of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Earlier this month, his …

1998 Bellport High School grad, Greg Delimitros is the Vice President of Equipment operations for the Philadelphia Eagles. He has 19 years with the team and is hoping to bring home his second …

Who would have thought 1985 Ridgefield, New Jersey in the popular era of big hair, Masters of the Universe, club life, and rock music would offer such endearing nostalgia, but it’s the perfect …

At William Floyd High School, John Ryan is an 11th and 12th-grade English teacher with 31 years of experience. However, some know him as Coach Ryan of the Colonials varsity girls cross country and …

These aren’t your mother’s Girl Scout badges! In keeping with the rapid changes in the digital age, the Girl Scouts have developed innovative new badges to spark the imagination of …

The Smith Point Bridge Replacement Project held a Construction Awareness Information Session on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m., in the William Floyd High School auditorium, located at 240 Mastic Beach …

The L.I. Advance contacted the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to find out more information about State Environmental Conservation officials making an announcement that …

In an effort to encourage members of the community to experience all their library has to offer, while also incentivizing shopping locally—and supporting small businesses—the South …

After longtime Brookhaven Town clerk Donna Lent announced her retirement after 30 years of service, a special election was set to fill her vacated seat. The election will be held on Jan. 17 at your …

In ancient Roman myth, Janus is the liminal god of the Roman pantheon, symbolically presiding over beginnings, gateways, transitions, time, and duality. He is typically depicted as having two faces, …

Sometimes, the best mentors are those who have overcome their own struggles and are now equipped to guide the next generation in avoiding some of the same pitfalls that they themselves narrowly …

Gateway shows at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts ended this year after blockbuster productions like “The Cher Show,” and “A Christmas Carol.”  Their …

The process to finally acquire the 11.5-acre historic Avery property in East Patchogue for preservation has been quietly progressing. “We’re working through Phase 2,” explained …

Lighthouse Missionadopts the South Country School District Every year, Lighthouse Mission teams up with the South Country School District’s social workers and hands out thousands of free …

The holiday season is here! All across the state, New York residents are setting up holiday candles, trees, and lights to decorate their home. The Firefighter’s Association of New York (FASNY) …

The audience was grabbed when Marley’s ghost drifted down to the expansive Patchogue Theatre stage, a wild, white-haired specter, ghost-faced with red lips, warning Scrooge on Christmas Eve. …

Edna White is a very busy lady. The 58-year-old, who lives in Riverhead, is the president of the Gordon Heights Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Chairperson at the NAACP of Brookhaven, and …

After years of no Midnight on Main, Patchogue Village’s unique and the family-friendly ball rise at 9 p.m. on Main Street, is to make its comeback this New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31. Last …

Last month, longtime Brookhaven Town clerk Donna Lent announced her retirement after 30 years of service.  During the meeting in which she announced her retirement to the public, she was …

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