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Don’t miss the Pride parade!

Patchogue’s Second annual Pride parade is scheduled for this Sunday, June 9 at noon. The parade will run down Main Street from Route 112 west towards Blue Point. Over 50 marching units are …

Long Island Farm Brewery head brewmeister Brian Smith offered some beer and food pairing advice for visiting customers to come try.  Wine pairing, he explained, is a popular event, but with …

Guests could be forgiven if they imagined they’d been whisked to a British tea room as they arrived for the annual Mother’s Day Tea at the Presbyterian Church in Center Moriches on May …

The USA Patriots military veteran amputee softball team will make a return visit to Moriches Athletic Complex for a doubleheader on Saturday, June 15. The Patriots, whose roster includes players …

June is the month we begin preparing in earnest for feeding the families referred to us by schools and social workers.   This is our ninth year of collecting, purchasing, packing, and …

The Moriches Anglers will host their annual Shark Tournament on June 22 at 6 p.m. At the event, there will winners and raffles. This year, the club will be limiting the sharks to only threshers …

The Moriches annual Memorial Day parade will take place on Main Street for a solemn remembrance. Veterans are asked to come and march, joining other organizations honoring all brothers and sisters …

Twelve-year-old Moriches farmer Matt Gartelman recently celebrated his season opener in late April. His farm stand is now open this May at 87 Bernstein Boulevard with an official schedule on his …

The Center Moriches Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) hosted the Taste of Spring Gala event at the Clayton Huey Elementary School on Saturday, April 13. The Taste of Spring Gala was hosted in …

“Blij dat je hier bent!” is Dutch for “Glad you are here!”   It’s a greeting you will hear at the 2024 Long Island Tulip Fest at Waterdrinker Farms.  …

An annual party to which all are invited, the Center Moriches St. Patrick’s Day Parade, now in its 20th year, drew crowds of happy celebrants, many wearing traditional Kelly green, who lined …

Center Moriches-based Nettie’s Country Bakery officially opened in 2014; however, the family bakery dates back much further than that. Owner Joe McHeffey has been baking since high school. …

Brookhaven Town supervisor Daniel J. Panico has announced that the Town of Brookhaven’s Black History Commission will host the 33rd annual Black History Night at Brookhaven Town Hall on Feb. 2, …

Waterdrinker Family Farm and Garden are planning garden workshops at the Farm Brewery for the month of February, creating some really fun Valentine’s date-night ideas. As of last month, the …

This year’s Moriches Chamber of Commerce St. Patrick’s Day Parade grand marshal has been announced as George Keller. The 20th annual parade will take place on Sunday, March 10 at 2 p.m. …

Main Street, Center Moriches, was merry and bright as hundreds of good girls and boys awaited Santa’s arrival on Dec. 9.   Almost as many parents, and Santa’s helpers, were present …

The Volpe family has been a part of the local community for over 30 years. The original pizzeria and restaurant, named Anton’s Pizzeria, opened just two years after moving to Long Island …

Members of Center Moriches Fire Department’s Engine Company No. 3 were fired up and ready to serve an estimated 300 hungry community members when they arrived on Nov. 7 to take part in an …

A couple of churches in the Center Moriches area are collecting food throughout October and November in order to prepare for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Two churches, the Presbyterian Church of …

November is the time we “talk turkey” at HMUH!   Our top turkey Keith has his arms open wide, asking for your help in filling them with Thanksgiving nonperishables for families …

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