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Jean will be honored as the 2021 Grand Marshal of the East Moriches Veterans Day Parade. She is a 90-year-old Korean war veteran. The Parade is Sunday, November 7, at 2 p.m. Jean Littman served in …

It’s mid-July and though the weather has been less than ideal, summer is still a time to enjoy. Living on the South Shore, we are fortunate to be neighbors of the Great South Bay. But with that …

Kevin Harney, the Center Moriches resident and driving founder with Alan Nahmias, of Contractors for Kids, was present in spirit in Bohemia on Tuesday. As supporters flowed in, warmly greeting …

African spurred tortoises are on the “vulnerable” list.  The rescued tortoises have a new sanctuary at the Long Island Game Farm that opened on May 26.  On hand for the …

The West Manor School, home to the Manorville Historical Society, recently got a much-needed revitalization to its exterior. The job included repainting and reglazing all of the exterior windows and …

Retired thoroughbred Millennium Jet paid a visit to the staff at Oasis Rehabilitation and Nursing recently, to raise spirits and help judge the Triple Crown Hat competition. The Kentucky-bred …

Located in a former potato barn, the Long Island Farm Brewery tasting room and brewhouse are reminiscent of Long Island's farming past. Fifth-generation farmers and brothers, Joe and Kirk Weiss, …

 Giraffes worldwide are on the “Vulnerable” list—an even more important reason to celebrate Bobo’s first birthday at the Long Island Game Farm on Saturday, July 3rd, 2021 …

What better way to celebrate America’s independence than by paddling out to the middle of the Bay and watching the fireworks on the open water? That’s what Amanda Bruno, a certified yoga …

Seatuck Environmental Association in Islip has discovered that the population of the North American river otter—a mammal once near extinction on Long Island—could be on the …

Last weekend, my family and I visited Waterdrinker Family Farm to pick our own tulip bulbs. The tulips had been in full bloom Mother’s Day weekend but had died due to higher temperatures. …

Suffolk County officials aim to celebrate young Suffolk residents in the next few days during its inaugural “Youth Week.” The week of events from May 16 to 23 includes a job fair, an …

This past Wednesday, Suffolk County executive Steve Bellone hosted cryptocurrency mogul Brock Pierce for a roundtable discussion with community leaders on the impact and future of …

Recycling and reusing our food scraps is a logical, economical and an efficient way to address climate change as well as local waste management challenges. Have you ever wondered what happens to …

The Nature Conservancy and Defenders of Wildlife want to help government officials implement meaningful solar infrastructure—without disturbing natural areas or prime farmland. Their …

When Brookhaven Town announced on March 4 that it was ending its plan to construct a regional municipal ashfill at the Yaphank site, reasons included its cost, receiving only one RFP, and the …

The Town of Brookhaven has been crossing environmental projects off their list one grant at a time. Supervisor Ed Romaine spoke to this publication to highlight some of the recent measures …

A new African sulcata tortoise exhibit has been built at the game farm because these giant tortoises are often cast-off pets and require rescuing, rehabbing (we have two with special needs) or …

Frank Guarino, of Suffolk, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Firemen's Association of the State of New York (FASNY). Guarino was appointed to replace now FASNY second vice president …

Two county legislators will host a menstrual product drive at their respective offices this month to help individuals in need. Suffolk County Legislature presiding officer Rob Calarco of Patchogue …

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