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With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’ve rounded up some fun activities and gift ideas from right in our area. Our list is all about showering mom with the love and affection she …

The Long Island Game Farm’s summer program is designed to introduce and immerse young children (ages 5-10) in nature through outdoor exploration, games, crafts, and other educational …

Moriches resident Kerri Rosalia has been selected by Legis. Jim Mazzarella as the local “Woman of Distinction” for his legislative district. Mazzarella recently gave Rosalia a …

The New York State Grand Lodge Foundation recently honored councilman Dan Panico during their 38th annual Golden Lion Awards Dinner at the Garden City Hotel on April 22. “The Order Sons of …

In February of 2022, the Center Moriches Library welcomed Hampton Coffee Company as its official café, serving patrons muffins, Danish pastries, breakfast and lunch sandwiches, hot soup, and, …

Valedictorian: Gavin Elers Elers plans to attend Wake Forest University where he will double major in business mathematics and biochemistry. At WHB, he is a National Merit Scholarship Finalist, AP …

Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) recently recognized two members of the East Moriches EMS team for their rapid response to a man suffering from a heart attack.  Benjamin Doll and Kristin …

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 …

Lots of people have been getting their spring cleaning on, and we’re so thankful because our annual Helping Makes U Happy Community Yard Sale is happening on Saturday, May 7, at our building on …

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 …

The Moriches Bay Project (MBP) will hold its Bayside Fete—the first large, in-person fundraiser the environmental nonprofit has hosted since the COVID-19 pandemic—on Saturday, May 21 at …

Saturday, April 9 was an “egg-ordinary” day, because the Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches and several Main Street merchants teamed up to host an Easter egg hunt on Main Street. Even …

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. …

The redistricting fight in New York continues after a judge from upstate New York threw out the Democrat-created maps and passed congressional and legislative maps deeming them illegal because they …

For the sixth year in a row, Eva Casale will complete another meaningful journey.  Using her talent to run long distances and capitalizing on her physical and mental focus to run a minimum of …

On Wednesday, April 6, the Climate Action Council (CAC) held a hearing at Brookhaven Town Hall, seeking public input for its draft-scoping plan, which includes a series of environmental goals meant …

HPV is an extremely common infection. It is estimated that 80 percent of people under 50 will have HPV at some point in their lives. For most people, it is simply an infection, and in 90 percent of …

It’s no secret that Vermont, Upstate New York, and Canada are world-renowned for producing maple syrup—the kind that should be generously drizzled over a stack of hotcakes on a lazy …

Center Moriches will host the 19th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday, March 13 at 2 p.m. on Main Street.The parade begins on Lake Avenue and ends at Railroad Avenue and includes floats, …

PSEG Long Island recently awarded the Moriches Field Brewing Company an $18,500 economic development grant from its Main Street Revitalization Program for making renovations to its building. The …

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