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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 Vibes owner Amanda Bruno, a certified yoga and paddleboard instructor, will be hosting her sixth annual Fourth of July paddle spanning three days over the weekend, including Wednesday, …

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 …

Few would argue that Bobo’s death on Oct. 2, 2023 was sad.   Many people have expressed strong feelings, and raised questions, about the circumstances surrounding the giraffe’s …

You’ve lost your home or you’re about to lose it.   What do you do now? For most people, the answer is contact the Suffolk County Department of Social Services, which oversees …

An early spring, and homeowners eager to celebrate it, has landscapers and their equipment out in force, waking the cicadas.  To better serve its citizens and preserve our …

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 …

Sue Wicks tackled 40-mile-an-hour winds straight out of the east with a cold, sleety rain while harvesting kelp on Moriches Bay, the day of her interview. Her kelp and oyster farm, 3 acres, is …

Wendy Moore had a hand in helping Sue Wicks develop her kelp farm. She is also doing it for others. “Last fall, I drafted a slide deck explaining the infrastructure needed for …

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 Foundation for Wildlife and Sustainability recently announced summer camp programs for children aged 4 to 13 at the Long Island Game Farm in Manorville. Camp Zoom will run from July 1 through …

The sudden mid-January chill forced most living beings to seek shelter.  Few ventured out to Center Moriches’ main shopping areas.   What traffic there was moved quickly through …

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 Anthony Parlato Memorial 5K is a great way to kick off the summer by supporting the Moriches Community Center. The run will be held on June 1 at 9 a.m. at Neville Park. The run will benefit …

“Prove them wrong.” That’s the slogan this year’s Eastport-South Manor High School girls lacrosse team adopted after a lower-than-expected preseason ranking. …

“Every day I run and walk in our beautiful hamlet, but my heart sinks at the sight of garbage along our streets—everywhere!” said East Moriches resident Doug DeFeo. To combat …

On Sunday, March 17, children from the Jewish Center of the Moriches worked alongside their parents to prepare hamantaschen, the traditional three-cornered Purim pastry filled with poppy seeds or …

Scott Maskin, of SUNation, partnered with the Marty Lyons Foundation to use solar to help fund wishes. Bentley, of Manorville, is battling bone cancer. At 11-years-old, Bentley got injured …

The Rotary Club of Seatuck Cove hosted its eighth annual 4-Leaf Clover 5K Run/Walk marathon on Saturday, March 23. The event began outside East Moriches Middle School at 9 a.m.   Runners …

All you need is your library card to start planting a variety of seeds, provided by your very own local Center Moriches Library. “The mission of our seed library is to provide information, …

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