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    Always Remembered

    It is with the deepest regret to announce that Charlie Baack has passed away. Read More »

    Christmas at the Islip Grange, December 16

    Christmas has always been a family time and it is filled with traditions and songs that fill us with joy at that time of the year. Read More »

    VFW Post 433 Hosts Holiday Party for Hospitalized Vets

    For well over 15 years Sayville VFW Post 433 has hosted a Holiday Party for Hospitalized Veterans at its Post on Lakeland Avenue. Read More »

    50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War at The Bristal Assisted Living

    On the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, The Bristal Assisted Living communities sponsored the play “A Piece of My Heart” that honors American women who served during that conflict. Read More »

    Veterans Day In Sayville

    Due to inclement weather, the venue for Veterans Day in Sayville was changed from Sparrow Park to VFW Post 433 – Sayville’s Veterans of Foreign Wars and was hosted by Post Cdr. Joe White. Read More »

    Dowling Students Battle Hunger on Long Island

    Veterans, who are now students at Dowling College joined  U.S. Marines who served in Iraq and Afghanistan in unloading 2,400 Thanksgiving Turkeys 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 »

    Garbarino: A Sad Day For Our Veterans

    Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino (R,C,I-Sayville) criticized Gov. Cuomo’s decision to veto the veterans’ pension buyback legislation that has passed the Senate and Assembly several times with nearly unanimous support. Read More »

    Islip Town Board Appoints New Town Historian

    Town of Islip News

    The Islip Town Board today appointed George J. Munkenbeck to the volunteer, part-time position of Islip Town Historian of the Town of Islip. Read More »

    A Special American Flag Unfurls Over Sayville Middle School

    by Linda Mittiga, Sayville Schools Public Relations

    Last May, the topic of Memorial Day took on new meaning for the Lincoln Avenue Fifth-grade students in Mrs. Whitehurst’s class. Read More »

    Town Officials, Friends of the Grange Celebrate Donations

    Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter was joined by members of the Islip Town Board, representatives of the Sayville Chamber of Commerce and the John C. Dunphy Private Foundation, Read More »

    Sayville Shows Support for Suffolk County Marathon Runners

    The Suffolk Marathon began at Heckscher State Park and proceeded through the downtowns of Oakdale, Sayville, Bayport, Blue Point and Patchogue.

    Sayville showed support with encouraging signs and cheers and hydrating tables. Read More »

    Suffolk Hosts Inaugural Suffolk County Marathon and Half Marathon to Support Local Veterans

    More than 3,500 runners, including 109 from Sayville and 26 from West Sayville, participated in the Boston Marathon qualifier. Read More »

    Legislator Lindsay III Runs Legislative Relay in the Suffolk County Marathon

    Suffolk County Legislator Bill Lindsay III ran with the legislative relay team during the Suffolk County Marathon/Half Marathon this past Sunday. Read More »

    7th Annual Civil War Weekend

    7th Annual Civil War Weekend will takes place at the Islip Grange located in Sayville at Broadway Ave, and Montauk Hwy. Read More »