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Meet Matt, the 12-year-old farmer

Twelve-year-old Matt Gartelman moved to the Moriches in 2022 from Wantagh in Nassau County with his family, seeking a life with more outdoors and space. As a first-generation farm manager, he found …

We are fortunate to have Suffolk County’s only Level I Trauma Center at Stony Brook University’s Medical Center.   To better serve our communities, their free, in-person injury …

In Center Moriches, residents were encouraged to donate any used coats they had.   Collected coats were then redistributed to people who need them to survive the harsh winter weather.   The …

We are beating the winter doldrums with lots of good helping stuff! By the time you read this, we will have delivered our Super Bowl Party Raffle prizes to our two big winners and will have …

The 2023 winner of the Tide of Moriches & Manorville Inspiration Awards goes to The Moriches Bay Project for their small, grassroots effort to protect our waters. The project is …

The Tide is welcoming 2024 in the Moriches with admirable New Year’s resolutions from many of our local faces. What is your New Year’s goal? Daniel Panico, Brookhaven Town Supervisor …

The Moriches Chamber of Commerce installed their board of directors during their annual holiday party last month, including president Jackie Osborne, vice president Lisa Goulding, treasurer Gerry …

The Moriches Community Center shopped for a total of 40 families, including 85 children, this Christmas. All items were then donated to families identified as “in-need” by the school …

January is all about raising money to fund scholarships at Helping Makes U Happy. Our annual Super Bowl Party Raffle is back—the price is the same for all these years, but the prizes keep …

On a grassy embankment between its south service road and Sunrise Highway, just before it intersects Route 111 in Manorville, seven ring-necked pheasants sought shelter and sustenance beneath a …

On Saturday, Nov. 11, Master Sgt. Sara Luna and 11 community and VFW volunteers gathered at VFW Post 414 to load their vehicles and fulfill their mission: deliver 73 colorful, handmade chenille …

(Editor’s note: We received this letter in our weekly mail delivery. It’s a long way to the North Pole and since it might not make it in time, we’ve decided to share it, in hopes …

As part of the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program, donation boxes will be located at the Center Moriches Library, where people can place donations of new, unwrapped toys to help a child in need. …

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 …

December is such a busy month for Santa Keith and his elves! On Sunday, Dec. 3, Keith and his mom were so honored to have been selected by the Chamber of Commerce of the Mastics & Shirley as …

The Moriches Paquatuck Squaws, which recently celebrated 50 years in service supporting Camp Paquatuck, recently underwent a name change to the Camp Paquatuck Fundraisers. The group comprises …

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 …

Neither cloudy skies nor autumn’s chill could dampen enthusiasm as campers, officials and parents gathered on Sept. 28 to celebrate Camp Paquatuck’s groundbreaking on its new pool.   …

Google “bees on Long Island,” and you’ll find lots of pest-eradication services. Clearly, bee killing is a thriving business here. Yet, without bees, our supply of many fruits …

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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