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From one weekend to the next, Joe Knoetgen’s business trajectory changed drastically. On Dec. 3, he wore fatigues at the 106th Rescue Wing of the New York Air National Guard, in Westhampton …

Nominated by Moriches Chamber members Maryann Reid Davis and chamber board member and last year’s award recipient Miriam Gillies, the Moriches Paquatuck Squaws have been selected as a group for …

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 …

The Center Moriches Fire Department’s annual Holiday Parade of Lights shined brightly through downtown Center Moriches Saturday, Dec. 10. From Lake Avenue to Ocean Avenue, Main Street in Center …

The Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches hosted a joint Christmas tree and menorah lighting at Center Moriches Square on Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. For the past several years, Steve Druek, of Druek’s …

Think of horseback riding, and that age-old tradition is likely to evoke iconic archetypal images of chivalrous knights in shining armor on a quest, stately queens making a grand entrance at the …

Sonnie Betts, a 9-year-old fourth-grade student at East Moriches, was cast as Grace Smythe and served as the understudy for Tiny Tim in Gateway’s “A Christmas Carol,” at the …

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 …

Under lowering clouds with light rain winnowing against old headstones, local residents and elected officials from the Town of Brookhaven gathered at a small family cemetery on Paquatuck Avenue to …

On a chilly Sunday, street vendors, live music, and good eats lined Main Street in Center Moriches. The Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches hosted its second annual Winter Wonderland on Dec. 11, …

Out with the old and in with the new; let’s all say goodbye to 2022. Now is a better time than ever to review the last 12 months. Here is to good health and prosperity in …

Loaded with new and old events, Moriches Chamber of Commerce president Art Gerhauser and his team are prepared for 2023. “This has been a busy year and we accomplished more than we …

With his main goal of continuing to preserve property in the Moriches, councilman Dan Panico shared his brief goals for the area in the New Year of 2023. “The three Moriches, Manorville, and …

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… …

Michael Myers, Winifred “Winnie” Sanderson, and even a pair of dead prom queens haunted Main Street in Center Moriches on Halloween. The Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches hosted …

Passersby have surely noticed some changes at the VFW Post 414 this past year. What they may not have known is that the renovations began thanks to one former post commander’s grandson. For …

It’s a tradition that has origins in ancient societies, rituals and celebrations that has survived and evolved for thousands of years. It’s one that is enjoyed by people of different …

What’s better than a homemade meal? Nothing beats a family recipe. This holiday season, we decided to gather family recipes from local community leaders. 7Up Cake Marcie Litjens,Center …

Last month, the Center Moriches School District voted to purchase the Mazarakis property, located at 559 Main Street, in an amount not to exceed $565,000. The vote passed on Tuesday, Nov. 1, with 130 …

Waterdrinker Family Farm’s latest seasonal extravaganza immerses attendees in timeless holiday classics and offers enduring wintertime experiences. The farm’s Winter Wonderland opened to …

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