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Rebecca Dolber has been making jewelry for 15 years, but it started out as justa hobby. “My first craft fair was actually here in Center Moriches,” said Dolber, a Center Moriches …

A local treasure, the Mary E. Bell house, is being recommended by the Town ofBrookhaven for nomination to be listed on the state and national register of historic places. Built in 1872 by former …

Congressman Lee Zeldin recently announced $692,237.43 in Federal Emergency Management Agency Assistance to Firefighters Grants for fire departments in New York’s First Congressional …

A local fishing club will be hosting a fishing day and barbecue for local veterans on Aug. 15. Great Gun Anglers, the local club named after the beach, will take local veterans out on boats for a …

While schools across the country continue to struggle on how to reopen campuses for the upcoming fall semester amid the COVID-19 pandemic, experts in the education industry agree that getting …

Members of Center Moriches High School’s Class of 2020 wanted to say ‘thank you’ to the Center Moriches community for the many contributions that were made in recognition of the …

Though the Moriches Community Center headquarters is closed, the organization will be doing different events to engage the community this summer. MCC will host a week-long half-day Olympic …

Libraries are one of the many gathering locations closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now, as New York moves through its reopening phases, libraries, too, are taking steps to …

The Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches has announced their summer movie/concert lineup for this summer. The events will take place at St John the Evangelist, 25 Ocean Avenue in Center Moriches. …

It starts out with a call for help, as many successful projects do. In this case, Center Moriches High School junior Isabella Reed set out to honor the essential workers on the front lines …

On Friday, May 1, at precisely 8:20 p.m., car horns blared, fireworks exploded, and the clanging and banging of pots and pans amid shouting and screaming could be heard throughout the streets of …

Across the country and around the world, people have been forced to find new and innovative ways to celebrate milestone events as the COVID-19 virus has found most people under mandatory …

Center Moriches resident Cassy Caputo has been selected by Legis. Rudy Sunderman as the local “Woman of Distinction” for his legislative district. Sunderman recently gave Caputo a …

The Town of Brookhaven formed a business recovery task force in order to help local businesses as the state follows through with Phase 1 of Reopen NY. Local officials and chambers are pushing for …

BSA Troop 29’s Committee began their preparations at the top of the morning on March 7th.  Corned beef and the accompanying sides of potato and cabbage were prepared for the extensive …

The Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches has postponed its annual St. Patriclk's Day parade, which was scheduled for Sunday, March 15. The chamber will look set a new date when concerns over the …

Suffolk County Legislature Presiding Officer Rob Calarco and legislative leaders are forming a special committee to investigate the tragic death of 8-year-old Thomas Valva and form recommendations to …

Celebrating Women’s History Month, local women will perform original acoustic works and some familiar tunes in a listening setting. Performing will be: Delaney Hafener, Sarah Lewis, Rorie …

Center Moriches will host the 18th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday, March 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. on Main Street. The parade begins on Lake Avenue and ends at Railroad Avenue. The parade …

Exciting things are happening at Our Lady Queen of Apostles, the Catholic School in Center Moriches, said principal Father John Sureau.  In a continued effort to remain competitive with area …

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