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South Bay’s Neighbor Newspapers has been proudly serving Long Island communities since 1953. We have established our role as a source of information for all things local – school, library and community news, upcoming events and valuable offers from local merchants – your “neighbors.” South Bay’s Neighbor Newspapers currently publishes 15 mailed editions across the south shore of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, as well as 8 regional editions, which serve to complement our steadily-growing coverage.

Mission: Providing you, our readers, with the most community news, photos and events each and every week – the kind of local information YOU want.

Robyn Santiago, principal of Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School in the Amityville Union Free School District, congra...
04/26/2019

Robyn Santiago, principal of Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School in the Amityville Union Free School District, congratulated the winners of the bookmark contest for Parents as Reading Partners month. Each student submitted an entry based on this year’s PARP theme, “Reading Like a Champion.” A winner was chosen from each grade level with the bookmarks reproduced for every student in the grade. The winners, from left, were fourth grader Lucia Escobar, fifth grader Madison Dudley and sixth grader Sasha Urias.

Healthy bodies and minds were celebrated at Seaford Harbor Elementary School with daily activities to mark Wellness Week...
04/26/2019

Healthy bodies and minds were celebrated at Seaford Harbor Elementary School with daily activities to mark Wellness Week in the Seaford School District from April 8-12.

The Wade-Burns Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7279 recently recognized Lindenhurst High School student Brooklyn Ratel for...
04/26/2019

The Wade-Burns Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7279 recently recognized Lindenhurst High School student Brooklyn Ratel for her second-place winning written contribution to the VFW Voice of Democracy Essay Contests.

The Bay Shore High School Robotics team is celebrating two major accomplishments they've achieved at this point in the 2...
04/26/2019

The Bay Shore High School Robotics team is celebrating two major accomplishments they've achieved at this point in the 2019 season. The team is currently celebrating their 20th anniversary season. While many teams on Long Island have lost support over the years and have folded, Bay Shore has held onto their team because of local businesses and community members that have helped to ensure its sustainability and success. Recently, the team attended the Finger Lakes Regional at Rochester Institute of Technology. There the team worked extremely hard. They attended every qualification match as a defense robot and focused on getting in the way of the opposing team to prevent them from scoring points. This strategy paid off in the end. The team was chosen by the number one seed alliance that was made up of team 870 (R.I.C.E) from Southold and Ranger Robotics from Spencerport, New York. The three team alliance went undefeated through the quarterfinals. In semifinals they achieved a victory with a score of 93 to 76. They did a great job and congrats to all members!

North Babylon students from Parliament Place Elementary School ventured to William E. DeLuca Jr. Elementary School to te...
04/26/2019

North Babylon students from Parliament Place Elementary School ventured to William E. DeLuca Jr. Elementary School to team up with its students to craft sensory bottles on March 29th.

Wishing Everyone a Very Happy Good Friday, Passover and Easter if you celebrate!!
04/19/2019

Wishing Everyone a Very Happy Good Friday, Passover and Easter if you celebrate!!

Founded in 1995, Pal-O-Mine is a not-for-profit organization providing therapeutic equine programs using horses to facil...
04/12/2019

Founded in 1995, Pal-O-Mine is a not-for-profit organization providing therapeutic equine programs using horses to facilitate growth, learning and healing for children and adults with disabilities, as well as those who have been abused or neglected, veterans and the economically compromised. For more information on Pal-O-Mine, visit pal-o-mine.org or call: 631.348.1389.

Babylon Junior-Senior High School’s eighth grade class participated in an overnight field trip to Washington, D.C. in ...
04/12/2019

Babylon Junior-Senior High School’s eighth grade class participated in an overnight field trip to Washington, D.C. in an effort to connect their classroom lessons to real-world events.

Dr. Jane Goodall Skypes with Students at Woodward Parkway Elementary School in Farmingdale.
04/12/2019

Dr. Jane Goodall Skypes with Students at Woodward Parkway Elementary School in Farmingdale.

Who's ready for Easter and Passover week?
04/12/2019

Who's ready for Easter and Passover week?

There are many different forms of love, and most importantly, we are ALL love!
04/12/2019

There are many different forms of love, and most importantly, we are ALL love!

Swashbuckling student-actors at Deer Park’s Robert Frost Middle School put on an entertaining spectacle, presenting Ri...
04/05/2019

Swashbuckling student-actors at Deer Park’s Robert Frost Middle School put on an entertaining spectacle, presenting Richard Gremel’s play “The Thrilling Tale of the Three Musketeers,” on March 15th and 16th.

A photo from Levittown’s 13th Annual Earth Day Cleanup event!
04/05/2019

A photo from Levittown’s 13th Annual Earth Day Cleanup event!

Ignore today's rain and cold temps. Spring Has Sprung! Here is a pic taken by Long Island photographer, Rich Nardo, in S...
04/05/2019

Ignore today's rain and cold temps. Spring Has Sprung! Here is a pic taken by Long Island photographer, Rich Nardo, in Shu Swamp Preserve in Mill Neck.

A great read by Long Island author and poet, Cheryl Williams. Look for it on Amazon! "A Collection of Poems: A Journey T...
04/05/2019

A great read by Long Island author and poet, Cheryl Williams. Look for it on Amazon! "A Collection of Poems: A Journey Through Life"

Are events in your life stressing you out, or is it your thoughts that are making you stressed?
04/05/2019

Are events in your life stressing you out, or is it your thoughts that are making you stressed?

Deer Park’s Robert Frost Middle School held its fourth annual BandAid Project on March 15. Developed by Frost speech-l...
03/29/2019

Deer Park’s Robert Frost Middle School held its fourth annual BandAid Project on March 15. Developed by Frost speech-language pathologist, Stephanie O’Connell, to coincide with April as National Autism Awareness Month, the event – which won the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission’s Inter-Faith Anti-Bias Task Force Award last year – works to increase acceptance of people with autism and developmental disabilities.

Lindy Cares students attended a conference on March 19th at Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center as guests of Michelle ...
03/29/2019

Lindy Cares students attended a conference on March 19th at Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center as guests of Michelle Raider, a Lindenhurst resident who also serves as the Coordinator of Program & Community Outreach for Northwell Health.

Our April 3rd issue, out this coming Wednesday, features some beautiful shots of springtime on Long Island. Here's a pre...
03/29/2019

Our April 3rd issue, out this coming Wednesday, features some beautiful shots of springtime on Long Island. Here's a preview!

Have you ever outdone yourself to great applause, only to then think, "Now, How Do I Top That?" Here is our editor's lat...
03/29/2019

Have you ever outdone yourself to great applause, only to then think, "Now, How Do I Top That?" Here is our editor's latest column:

In our editor's most recent column, titled, "I Miss You Friend," she discusses the love and loss of a dear friend.
03/22/2019

In our editor's most recent column, titled, "I Miss You Friend," she discusses the love and loss of a dear friend.

The library staff at Howitt Middle School hosted its first building-wide Genre Con. It was a celebration of the differen...
03/22/2019

The library staff at Howitt Middle School hosted its first building-wide Genre Con. It was a celebration of the different genres of storytelling in art, literature and pop culture. More than 100 students in grades 6-8 participated, and everyone was encouraged to come in costume!

To give students a sampling of the many options available for their post-secondary education, Smithtown High School East...
03/22/2019

To give students a sampling of the many options available for their post-secondary education, Smithtown High School East held a daytime mini college fair, where more than 50 colleges and universities had representatives on-hand to discuss various academic programs.

Instructors from the Karate Academy of Bethpage visited the Bethpage Union Free School District’s Kramer Lane Elementa...
03/22/2019

Instructors from the Karate Academy of Bethpage visited the Bethpage Union Free School District’s Kramer Lane Elementary School as part of the school’s Brown Bag Seminar Series.

03/22/2019

Congratulations to group of 28 business students from Deer Park High School’s DECA club who recently competed at DECA’s New York State Career Development Conference in Rochester, with two pairs of Deer Park students earning trophies.

Now that Spring Has Sprung, what activities are you most looking forward to resuming on Long Island?#springtimeonlongisl...
03/22/2019

Now that Spring Has Sprung, what activities are you most looking forward to resuming on Long Island?

#springtimeonlongisland #whatiloveaboutlongisland

Enjoy this photo taken by photographer Rich Nardo at McAllister County Park in Port Jefferson. Follow Rich Nardo on Face...
03/08/2019

Enjoy this photo taken by photographer Rich Nardo at McAllister County Park in Port Jefferson. Follow Rich Nardo on Facebook and Instagram @ A Year In The Sound

Meet the staff of Massapequa High School’s student newspaper, The Chief
03/08/2019

Meet the staff of Massapequa High School’s student newspaper, The Chief

03/08/2019
Babylon Invites Senior Citizens to Dinner and a Show The Babylon Junior-Senior High School Leo Club would like to extend...
03/08/2019

Babylon Invites Senior Citizens to Dinner and a Show

The Babylon Junior-Senior High School Leo Club would like to extend an invitation to the local senior citizen community to enjoy a dinner and a show on Thursday, March 28, at 3:30 p.m. All attendees will be served salad, bread and pasta, followed by a delicious dessert in the high school cafeteria. Following the meal, guests will attend a musical production of “Mamma Mia,” which will begin promptly at 5 p.m. Please call Jeanmarie at 631-893-7911 to RSVP by Friday, March 22.

"Why Does This Keep Happening?" Have you ever felt that way about an issue that continues to pop up in your life? Read o...
03/08/2019

"Why Does This Keep Happening?" Have you ever felt that way about an issue that continues to pop up in your life? Read our editor's latest column about karma and soul contract.

Animals have an uncanny ability to lift our spirits and center our emotions. Here is the latest column from our editor, ...
03/01/2019

Animals have an uncanny ability to lift our spirits and center our emotions. Here is the latest column from our editor, titled, "The Joy Animals Bring"

On Saturday, February 23rd, New York Cancer & Blood Specialists hosted its first Wellness Fair at the Port Jefferson Vil...
03/01/2019
New York Cancer Specialists

On Saturday, February 23rd, New York Cancer & Blood Specialists hosted its first Wellness Fair at the Port Jefferson Village Center, which scenically overlooks the Long Island Sound. Approximately, 300 fellow Long Islanders came together to promote health and wellness. People of all ages participated in the event hoping to learn new ways to improve their lives through better eating habits, education and exercise.

Visit www.NYCancer.com to learn more.

East Lake Elementary School second-graders marked the 100th day of the Massapequa School District’s academic calendar ...
03/01/2019

East Lake Elementary School second-graders marked the 100th day of the Massapequa School District’s academic calendar by devoting their time to reading and writing.

Congratulations to Hicksville Middle School’s robotics teams, the Meteorites and Meteorites Squared, who competed at t...
03/01/2019

Congratulations to Hicksville Middle School’s robotics teams, the Meteorites and Meteorites Squared, who competed at the School Business Partnership of Long Island’s First Lego League Qualifying Tournament at Mineola High School!

Communities around Long Island, from Deer Park and Sachem School Districts to Bayport-Blue Point School District and the...
03/01/2019

Communities around Long Island, from Deer Park and Sachem School Districts to Bayport-Blue Point School District and the Town of Islip wore purple to celebrate "P.S. I Love You" day for mental health.

West Babylon School District Senior High School student-actors just completed three performances of the musical “Littl...
02/22/2019

West Babylon School District Senior High School student-actors just completed three performances of the musical “Little Shop of Horrors.”

The Seaford High School Drama Club presents “Legally Blonde: The Musical.” Show times are Friday, March 1 at 7:30 p....
02/22/2019

The Seaford High School Drama Club presents “Legally Blonde: The Musical.” Show times are Friday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, March 2 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

Tickets in advance are $10 for adults and $8 for students. Call the high school at (516) 592-4320. Tickets at the door are $12 for adults and $10 for students.

FUN FACT ABOUT LONG ISLAND: Did you know that Long Island is home to the priciest zip code in the United States?Life in ...
02/22/2019

FUN FACT ABOUT LONG ISLAND: Did you know that Long Island is home to the priciest zip code in the United States?

Life in the Hampton village of Sagaponack can get awfully expensive. The median home sale price is $8.5 million!

Simple Ways to Be Good to Yourself #selfcare
02/15/2019

Simple Ways to Be Good to Yourself #selfcare

Third grade students in Ms. Doris' class at Seaford Manor Elementary School have decided to make Global Giving a priorit...
02/08/2019

Third grade students in Ms. Doris' class at Seaford Manor Elementary School have decided to make Global Giving a priority. After having a guest speaker who discussed some of the challenges that students in Kenya face on a daily basis, from lack of clean water to no electricity, the class decided to hold a fundraiser for Jambo Jipya School in Kenya.

#LongIslandCares #SeafordStudents #HelpingKenya

Looking for the perfect children's clothing boutique for special occasion-wear for, both, girls and boys on Long Island?...
02/08/2019

Looking for the perfect children's clothing boutique for special occasion-wear for, both, girls and boys on Long Island? Meet Your Neighbor - My Little Rascals in Islip, NY.

#Communion #Baptism #TakeMeHome #FirstBirthday

Are offhand comments about members of a specific gender, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation harmless? Read our editor...
02/08/2019

Are offhand comments about members of a specific gender, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation harmless? Read our editor’s column for this week, titled, “Be Mindful of Microaggressions”

Dance Connection of Islip presented Making Wishes Grow, a benefit performance that assisted Make-A-Wish of Suffolk Count...
02/01/2019

Dance Connection of Islip presented Making Wishes Grow, a benefit performance that assisted Make-A-Wish of Suffolk County, helping to grant the wish of a local child.

#makeawish #longislandcares #danceconnectionofislip

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