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The decadent and swanky Stereo Garden in Patchogue was an apropos setting for the overwhelming Republican victory party on election night. Decked out in red, white, and blue balloons, lights, and …

The winter months are best spent curled up on the couch, warming your hands around a mug of hot cocoa with your favorite movie on the screen. And the thing about holiday movies is, everybody has a …

The businesses of the Moriches, Center Moriches, and East Moriches communities are decorating their building fronts for the holiday season. The Chamber of Commerce will be recognizing their efforts …

Spreading holiday cheer is one of the best parts of the season. If you’re looking for local holiday toy drives, we’ve got you covered. Below is a list of local events and local drop-off …

As you prepare to bake your favorite Christmas cookies this holiday season, know that you are partaking in a centuries-old tradition with origins that go as far back as the European Middle Ages. From …

On Nov. 9, residents and elected officials packed the streets of East Moriches to honor the sacrifice and service that our brave veterans make on behalf of all Americans, at the Moriches Veterans Day …

At Helping Makes U Happy, we are starting off the month Dec. 1st with a fun night of holiday craft-making at the Moriches Field Brewing Co. We are in the planning stages with Oasis Rehab of our …

For years, the Moriches Community has come together in several ways to help neighbors in need. This year, the Moriches Community Center will be hosting their annual Santa’s Workshop Holiday …

BSA Troop 29 of East Moriches attended one of the High-Adventure bases operated by The Boy Scouts of America this past July.  Six Scouts and two adult leaders flew to Saint Thomas for a …

Korean War veteran Jean Platania Littman, 90, will be honored as the 2021 grand marshal of the East Moriches Veterans Day Parade. The parade will take place on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 2 p.m. along East …

In 2020, the world took a collective breath, realizing that all we have to be thankful for is all that really matters in life, anyway: health and family.  In this edition of Main Street Q&A, …

In the words of the late, great Will Rogers, “We can’t all be heroes, because somebody has to sit on the curb and applaud as they go by.” This is the sentiment that motivates …

In 1969, American writer and poet Maya Angelou published her first book, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.” The book, an autobiography, is an evocative true story of the sexual violence …

The holiday season is a time of the year that brings out the best in us. Our generosity, caring, and understanding are on full display as we donate to those in need and purchase gifts to show those …

We have a lot to be thankful for this month at Helping Makes U Happy.   We’ve been really busy collecting food for the holidays, and so thankful for the community members, …

Our meeting last month at Landcraft Garden Foundation in Mattituck was a great success; we were treated to a guided tour. This garden of approximately four acres recently opened to the public …

Suffolk County Legislature (3rd LD) Jim Mazzarella (R) Incumbent As a union leader, community activist, and family man, Jim Mazzarella has the experience and record to fight on behalf of …

In the upcoming Nov. 2 election, Suffolk County voters will be asked to vote for four different ballot propositions.  Prop 1: Amending the Apportionment and Redistricting Process The …

It was a “boo”-tiful day at Bay Gardens. Families flocked to the nursery to take part in the fall festival, complete with a storybook maze, featuring the book “Five Little …

According to the Save the Great South Bay, the eastern part of the United States is experiencing flooding while the western part is parched. Director of Save the Great South Bay, biologist and …

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