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    Flying Dutchmen Win 2016 Firematic Competition Season Opener at Lindenhurst

    The West Sayville Fire Department’s Flying Dutchmen Drill Team kicked off the 2016 firematic competition season vying among fifteen volunteer fire departments from Nassau and Suffolk Counties for top honors in the annual Long Island Invitational Drill hosted by the Lindenhurst Fire Department on June 4, 2016. Read More »

    First of its kind Opioid Program in New York State

    Community Ambulance Company is implementing a new tool in the war on drugs. Read More »

    Honor Flight at LIMA

    Community Ambulance Company of Sayville along side Brentwood Legion Ambulance and Exchange Ambulance joined United States Representative Lee Zeldin on the evening of May 14th in welcoming home World War II Veterans returning from an Honor Flight to Washington, DC. Read More »

    Free Prom Transportation to Prevent Unfit Driving

    Every year, high school students plan and prep for their upcoming prom. Finding the right dress, saying yes to the right date, and attending the best after-party. Read More »

    Garbarino Honors West Point Cadets In Albany

    Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I-Sayville) joined in celebrating the Assembly’s annual West Point Day, where cadets from across the state represent the United States Military Academy in the Assembly Chamber. Read More »

    1979 Graduate Of Sayville High School Promoted To Brigadier General In The Us Army Reserve

    On Oct. 25, 2015, during a ceremony held at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Richard Sele, a 1979 graduate of Sayville High School, was promoted to Brigadier General in the United States Army Reserve. Read More »

    Community Ambulance Company Responds to Plane Crash

    Community Ambulance Company responded to a plane crash in Bayport, Long Island on April 10th at 7PM. A piper plane took off from Bayport airdrome airport and called for help with engine trouble in the air. Read More »

    Legislators Lindsay & Martinez Partner with  State Farm & Canary to “Protect The Protectors”

    Legislators Bill Lindsay and Monica Martinez teamed up with State Farm and Canary to distribute 500 Canary Home Security Devices to volunteer firefighters as well as EMS workers to thank the first responders for their efforts in keeping our communities safe. Read More »

    Prescribed Burn At The Sayville Unit Of Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge

    The U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Long Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex, will conduct a controlled, prescribed burn between March 28 – April 30, 2016, at the Sayville Unit of Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge in West Sayville, NY. Read More »

    Legislator Lindsay Sponsors Successful Blood Drive

    Suffolk County Legislator Bill Lindsay along with the Sayville Community Ambulance Company and the New York Blood Center hosted a successful Blood Drive this past Saturday. Read More »

    Sayville Troop 184 Work on First Aid Merit Badge

    by Mark Zender

    Earlier this week, fourteen Scouts from Sayville Troop 184 visited Community Ambulance to work on aspects of their First Aid merit badge. Read More »

    LT. Michael Murphy Blood Drive

    LT. Michael Murphy Division USNSCC Blood Drive at American Legion-Smith Wever Post 651, 23 Foster Ave., Sayville, NY, on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 from 3:00pm -7:30pm. Read More »

    25th Annual Boat Burning

    The Long Island Maritime Museum’s 25th Annual Boat Burning will take place on Friday, October 30th from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. Read More »

    Ooh la la Boutiques Turns 10

    Ooh la la Boutiques will celebrate its 10th birthday on October 29th, 2015! Read More »

    Islip Town Board Honors Firefighters with  50 or More Years of Service

    Town of Islip News

    Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter along with the Islip Town Board recently honored Firefighters who have 50 or more years of service with their department. Read More »