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March of the Goblins returns to Main Street

Michael Myers, Winifred “Winnie” Sanderson, and even a pair of dead prom queens haunted Main Street in Center Moriches on Halloween. The Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches hosted …

In the New York State Assembly First District, incumbent Fred Thiele Jr. had a tight race, with 55 percent of the vote against Peter Ganley, who had 44 percent of the vote, or 28,441 votes, to …

Americans spend more than $7 billion on wrapping paper each year, according to Sundale Research. Also, according to a Stanford study, we throw away 25 percent more trash during the Thanksgiving to …

Waterdrinker Family Farm’s latest seasonal extravaganza immerses attendees in timeless holiday classics and offers enduring wintertime experiences. The farm’s Winter Wonderland opened to …

It’s a tradition that has origins in ancient societies, rituals and celebrations that has survived and evolved for thousands of years. It’s one that is enjoyed by people of different …

Passersby have surely noticed some changes at the VFW Post 414 this past year. What they may not have known is that the renovations began thanks to one former post commander’s grandson. For …

The Town of Brookhaven held a public hearing to discuss the commission’s proposed map on Thursday, Sept. 29, to amend Chapter 27 entitled “Procedures for Ballot Propositions Proposing …

The summer crowds have left plenty of trash behind at the local beaches. Knowing this, members of Passport Rotary gathered at Smith Point Saturday, Oct. 8, to help keep the beaches clean. With bags, …

A refreshing breeze from the Moriches Bay and community spirit imbued the families gathered at the Union Avenue Dock in Center Moriches on a Sunday afternoon. The Town of Brookhaven hosted the …

After an abundance of peppers were grown at Smile Farms, employees decided on the perfect solution: making, jarring, and selling hot sauce! The Heat with Heart hot sauce is composed of peppers …

After years of reworking their application, the owners of Atlantic Cove Marina, formerly Windswept, have received approval for a special permit for a modification of their site plan to include a …

H. Eberhard Nurseries has been in business in East Moriches for 90 years. Owner John Eberhard also recently celebrated his 80th birthday on July 8, with a party thrown by his wife of 53 years, Judy, …

With a whole day’s worth of family activities, the Waterdrinker Family Farm’s Sunflower Festival has blossomed for the summer of 2022. From the field of loaded sunflowers to the …

Eighth-grade Girl Scouts from Troop 400, Emma S. from East Moriches, Emily B. from Center Moriches, and Chloe K. from Center Moriches, recently built a music pavilion at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck earning them …

Sponsorships are now available for the third annual Take a Veteran Fishing Trip hosted by The Great Gun Anglers. The trip will take place on July 23 this year and usually brings about 50 veterans …

The Town of Brookhaven recently approved the purchase of 10.5 acres on Senix Creek. The purchase, according to councilman Dan Panico, is to be paid over three years from the Joseph Macchia …

After a public hearing was held during the May 26 Town of Brookhaven Town Board meeting, Silly Lily, located at the end of Adelaide Avenue in East Moriches, was approved for a change of zone from A1 …

Giraffes worldwide are on the “vulnerable” list—an even more important reason they celebrated Bobo’s 2nd birthday at the Long Island Game Farm on July 3. They sang …

At the Presbyterian Church of the Moriches’ afternoon tea on Saturday, May 7, Richard Horton’s scones were among the hottest discussion topics. “I typically don’t eat …

Tulip season has come and gone, but for a brief moment, a million bulbs of multicolored beauty graced the island. Thousands traveled across the island to Manorville, where they visited the …

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