December 23, 2016 by Mark
Foxgate, a luxury condo development in Islip, has received permission to go ahead with its second phase. The Town of Islip approved second-floor balconies, a security gatehouse, and a [Read more]
November 5, 2016 by Sarah
The Town of Islip razed a so-called ‘zombie’ house in Central Islip last month, using money from a grant from the state’s attorney general’s office. The grant is in the amount of $339,100.
The house, a single-story structure on [Read more]
October 24, 2016 by Max
Central Islip folks who are fond of dining out have a new place to try – a ‘California coastal’ type restaurant on Main Street.
Long Island Beach Bowls Acai Cafe opened at [Read more]
September 2, 2016 by Sarah
On August 23, New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced that track laying between Ronkonkoma and Central Islip, a part of the LIRR (Long Island Rail Road) Double Track project, was finished.
According to an article on [Read more]
August 15, 2016 by Sarah
The Teachers Federal Credit Union (TFCU), which has 25 branches on Long Island, including Central Islip, has thrown its support behind an organization called Team TFCU.
The team is [Read more]
July 2, 2016 by Lisa
The New York State Legislature and the Islip Town Board have set plans in motion to create veterans’ housing in a vacant park in [Read more]
June 3, 2016 by Lisa
Boaters who use the Atlantique Marina facility on Fire Island were upset by some changes proposed recently. According to a recent news item, Islip had proposed a change to [Read more]
May 20, 2016 by James
The Long Island Philharmonic, the only professional symphony orchestra on Long Island, disbanded earlier this year, but the players are coming back for at least two concerts this summer, and the hope is the concerts will lead to reestablishing [Read more]
April 29, 2016 by Mark
The Jigsaw Run, held April 24, was the 10th year for the event, and it attracted about over 1,000 participants and raised over $30,000 in the fight against autism.
The run/walk started at [Read more]
March 29, 2016 by Lisa
Dowling College intends to affiliate itself with another academic institution to help keep its doors open, it was confirmed this month.
The liberal arts institution is in Oakdale, about [Read more]