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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Are you sure?!

The familiar melody likely just popped into your head—we’ve all heard it so many times this past holiday season, and we want to believe it, because we all want to be, well… …

A few years back, just prior to COVID, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, located in Yaphank, started a community outreach program called Neighbors Being Human, by opening a food pantry. Soon …

The Center Moriches Red Devils Suffolk County Police Athletic League’s 11-year-old football team recently won the Suffolk County PAL championship, after completing an undefeated season, 8-0! On …

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 …

We are winding down our program for this year, but we are not quite finished with our gardening.  Members who have fruits and vegetables in their gardens are still harvesting the fruits of …

Starting this month through December, the Center Moriches Library will be displaying their annual “Mitten Tree.” The tree will be up to help collect mittens, scarfs and hats for those in …

September was National Suicide Prevention Month. According to Morgan’s Message and the Madison Holleran Foundation, last year, nearly 70 percent of college students reported feeling …

Behind the counter of one of Manorville’s newest establishments, Helen Narvaez whips up colorful teas she describes as “delicious, pretty, and healthy.” Manor Nutrition, a …

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 …

Town of Brookhaven residents voted to pass eight referendums on Aug. 9 for the special-use districts that fund the not-for-profit ambulance companies in the Town of Brookhaven to modify the existing …

Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead recently received a four-star CMS rating, a great accomplishment that puts the center in the upper echelons of care. According to the Centers for Medicare …

The Center Moriches Free Public Library has recently partnered with the Public Libraries of Suffolk County to release the Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (SBMHeLP). The program …

Once a week, Paws of War makes summer even brighter at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck with visits from furry friends. Members of the nonprofit, which pairs shelter dogs trained for therapy and service with …

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 …

The Great Gun Anglers third annual Take a Veteran Fishing Trip, on July 23, went swimmingly. This year’s incarnation of the event saw nearly twice as many veterans as the first, held in …

Forty runners lined up on Canal Street at Neville Park for the Moriches Community Center’s 2022 Anthony Parlato Memorial 5K Run/Walk on June 4. James Mintel and Helena Roy were declared the …

The Suffolk County Water Authority is hoping to bring some attention to two taxpayer and water-quality protection bills in front of the state Legislature this session, which wraps in June. S956 …

The Moriches Community Center will be hosting another Folkie Fest on Sunday, May 15. The 12-String Fling will take place from 2 to 5 p.m., with artists performing original works with a bit of jangle. …

May is the month we do most of our planting. The soil has warmed up, local nurseries are fully stocked, and the opportunity to share extra plants with like-minded gardeners is upon …

Save the Great South Bay recently hosted an online speaker series forum for their GSB Oyster Project. Barry Udelson, marine resource specialist, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, led …

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