Patchogue introduces twist on New Year celebrations

December 16, 2014 by  

Residents of Patchogue are being invited by the town’s chamber of commerce to come out for a special New Year’s Eve event.

After a lot of planning, the [Read more]

Patchogue goes green with new outdoor addition

November 25, 2014 by  

With the opening of a new park, residents of Patchogue will now have a fresh area to enjoy getting back nature without having to travel to do it.

The former site of a car dealership has [Read more]

New program encourages vets to open up about wartime experiences

October 17, 2014 by  

St. Josephs College in Patchogue recently played host to a new program designed to help veterans and the general public.

The new initiative brings together the [Read more]

Theater to raise money through Elton John tribute

September 10, 2014 by  

Patchogue Theatre recently announced the musicians for its annual Live in the Lobby fundraiser event.

This year’s Covers in the [Read more]

Chuckles aplenty on the way to Patchogue

August 14, 2014 by  

The Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, in partnership with Get Involved Comedy, will present an evening of comedy early next month, starring Bobby Collins.

JJ Boyd will serve as the [Read more]

Great South Bay Music Fest sets foot in Patchogue

July 30, 2014 by  

With a lineup spanning from BB King to The Fabulous Thunderbirds, the Great South Bay Music Festival arrives at Shorefront Park in Patchogue Village this weekend.

The event, now marking its [Read more]

Suffolk County officials announce new crackdown on intoxicated boaters

June 20, 2014 by  

According to Coast Guard reports, 20% of all accidents occurring on waterways result from alcohol-impaired boaters. In response, Suffolk County Marine Police has stated that there will be a new drive seeking those who are [Read more]

Long Island teen takes his pick of leading schools

May 27, 2014 by  

A local high school senior has made his decision on which college to attend, but it was an even tougher decision that that of the average teen, as he had eight Ivy League schools to choose from.

Kwasi Enin, star pupil at William Floyd High School just 10 miles from [Read more]

Walk to raise funds for YMCA camp

April 23, 2014 by  

In a few days’ time, locals can challenge themselves to a 5K walk with the proceeds being donated to help families in this area to send their children to the Y Summer Day Camp.

The YMCA might have used poster printing and [Read more]

Luncheon lined up for later this month

March 8, 2014 by  

The 11th Annual ‘Think Spring’ Luncheon is being presented by the Patchogue Garden Club in a couple of weeks and includes a meal, live entertainment, and a variety of guest speakers, all ready to move into the Spring season.

The Patchogue Garden Club may have [Read more]

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