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About 25 Clayton Huey Elementary students in Ms. DeMaria’s class recently participated in PSEG Long Island’s electrical safety program by becoming “Safety Sleuths.” Over …

Following the blizzard that battered Brookhaven Town this past weekend, Holtsville Hal’s 2022 prognostication was welcome news for many. After awaking from his slumber, Hal brushed the snow …

On Nov. 9, residents and elected officials packed the streets of East Moriches to honor the sacrifice and service that our brave veterans make on behalf of all Americans, at the Moriches Veterans Day …

In the words of the late, great Will Rogers, “We can’t all be heroes, because somebody has to sit on the curb and applaud as they go by.” This is the sentiment that motivates …

Pastor Martin and Kim Hawley took a leap of faith when they moved their family from Atlanta, Ga., to New York, so that Pastor Hawley could take a job at South Bay Bible Church in East Moriches. As …

Jean will be honored as the 2021 Grand Marshal of the East Moriches Veterans Day Parade. She is a 90-year-old Korean war veteran. The Parade is Sunday, November 7, at 2 p.m. Jean Littman served in …

The Long Island Advance, Suffolk County News and Islip Bulletin publisher Terry Tuthill has partnered with local publisher Thomas Graf in a new endeavor called Our Island Life. Editorial coordinator …

The Long Island Game Farm, located at 489 Chapman Boulevard, Manorville, recently announced the introduction of an artist residency program, Art on the Farm. In keeping with the mission of the …

On Jan. 17, 2020 Thomas Valva died after authorities said his father, Michael Valva, and his fiancée, Angela Pollina, forced him and his brother to sleep in an unheated garage overnight as the …

The Sunflower Festival is now open! The flower maze is mostly for admiration, with only selected dates open for you-pick announced on their website. Admission is $15 for entry; kids 2 and under …

The dog days of summer don’t slow us down at Helping Makes U Happy! We are still hard at work providing food to 22 families a week, with the assistance and donations of awesome community …

Welcome to the dog days of August, which, by the way, gets its name from Sirius, the Dog Star. Sirius is one of our brightest stars and is at its brightest in August. Someone determined that …

Former Center Moriches teacher Mary Jane Viaggio Hayes, who goes by the pen name MJ Hayes, is the author of more than nine children’s books. Though she finds inspiration in the world around …

As the old adage goes, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”—and our local thrift shops truly embody this, selling donated goods at a low price. Whether you thrift …

Danielle Bergh is a science teacher who grew up in Center Moriches and now lives in Manorville. In addition to her teaching, she also owns alwaysartsea, a small business that specializes in sea-glass …

The Great Gun Anglers hosted their second annual Take a Veteran Fishing Trip last month on July 24. The event was a huge success, said president Evan Goldstein, noting everyone caught a fish; but, …

Grab your beer steins and lederhosen, Moriches Rotary Club’s 13th annual Oktoberfest festival is coming back to town after a year hiatus due to COVID-19—and they expect this year to be …

The Center Moriches Free Public Library has taken the show on the road, and library patrons may have seen a shiny, green bicycle filled with library books and material at local beaches, along Main …

On July 25, Supervisor Ed Romaine (center) attended the Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony at the Manorville Fire Department headquarters for Jeffrey John “JJ” DiMarco (right) from Boy …

By Amy E. Loeb, EdD, MBA, RN, executive director at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead The vaccine rollout throughout New York, and especially Long Island, has been a success. Nearly …

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