Just in case you missed a day at Patch, which should never happen obviously, here's a list of the top news headlines of the week.
Report indicates track from Great River to Ronkonkoma
The powerful storm that hit the West Sayville to Blue Point communities obviously hit harder in some areas and had workers scrambling to strip down Margaritaville event setup.
The season start is just weeks away so here's a guide to match-ups.
Foundation is laid for project that honors a Bayport-Blue Point former teacher and will give students a nice place to relax at lunchtime.
Find out how your photography talent could make you a TV news star.
The Womens Match Racing team loses to Finland in quarterfinal racing.
You see it everyday. People just gliding through a stop sign. But which is the most abused?
A list of recent police activity in Sayville and West Sayville as reported by the 5th Precinct.
No further information will be provided regarding incident.
One Patch reader would rather see a strip club open than a drive-through bank operation.
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Get a jump on being a fashionista this Fall with insight from a Sayville clothing store.
What's the first thing you'd do with a big win?
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Future customers coming to the former convenience property won't likely be looking to buy milk.
A list of recent police activity in Bayport and Blue Point as reported by the 5th Precinct.
Find out how to kill intestinal parasites the natural way.
Plane enters no-fly zone in place with President Obama in Connecticut.
Great music, great vintage classic cars were on tap during day two of Summerfest this weekend.
Boat operators would need to complete safety course or face fines under proposal from Legislator Steve Stern.
Meet James Bonnanno, one of the co-owners of The Tap Room in Patchogue.