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In 1969, American writer and poet Maya Angelou published her first book, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.” The book, an autobiography, is an evocative true story of the sexual violence …

The holiday season is a time of the year that brings out the best in us. Our generosity, caring, and understanding are on full display as we donate to those in need and purchase gifts to show those …

It was a “boo”-tiful day at Bay Gardens. Families flocked to the nursery to take part in the fall festival, complete with a storybook maze, featuring the book “Five Little …

The Center Moriches United Methodist Church Thrift Store will no longer be collecting items other than clothing in hopes of preventing the extensive dumping. “People are dumping more and …

For years, the Moriches Community has come together in several ways to help neighbors in need. This year, the Moriches Community Center will be hosting their annual Santa’s Workshop Holiday …

We have a lot to be thankful for this month at Helping Makes U Happy.   We’ve been really busy collecting food for the holidays, and so thankful for the community members, …

Our meeting last month at Landcraft Garden Foundation in Mattituck was a great success; we were treated to a guided tour. This garden of approximately four acres recently opened to the public …

Suffolk County Legislature (3rd LD) Jim Mazzarella (R) Incumbent As a union leader, community activist, and family man, Jim Mazzarella has the experience and record to fight on behalf of …

In the upcoming Nov. 2 election, Suffolk County voters will be asked to vote for four different ballot propositions.  Prop 1: Amending the Apportionment and Redistricting Process The …

Long Island Against Domestic Violence is the only domestic violence organization on Long Island that allows survivors to bring their companion animals into shelter with them. To support this …

Started in 1989, the Spooky Walk is a fundraiser hosted by the Moriches Paquatuck Squaws to benefit Camp Paquatuck, a camp for children and adults with special needs. Delivering about 45 minutes of …

This fall, the Chamber of the Moriches has prepared with events sure to please every tricker and treater. Fall Fest, Oct. 17 The fair will be held on Oct. 17 with a closed off Main Street in …

On a sunny Sunday, Brookhaven town officials and the Montauk Surfcasters Association hosted residents for the second annual Keith Romaine Memorial Snapper Derby, held at Union Avenue dock. The event …

For the past 10 years or so, local Center Moriches graduate Max Mastropierro has been preparing for Halloween, hosting haunted walks, fixing mechanical decorations, and fundraising for Spirit of …

referred to Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, as “forever chemicals” because they don’t break down in the environment or in our bodies. According to the Centers for …

On Sunday, Sept. 12, Legis. Mazzarella joined with Brookhaven Town supervisor Ed Romaine and Boy Scout Troop 414 for the Eagle Scout Ceremony for Brendon Conner and Kurtis Chamberlain.  …

Michael Hempfling is officially an Eagle Scout! Last year, he completed his project at Soldiers and Sailors Park in East Moriches.  Hempfling, 17, collected about $12,000 for the project, …

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 …

Of the four seasons, fall seems to be many Long Islanders’ favorite. From pumpkin picking to apple picking to picnicking outside with family, we asked neighbors about their favorite fall …

According to the Save the Great South Bay, the eastern part of the United States is experiencing flooding while the western part is parched. Director of Save the Great South Bay, biologist and …

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