Tag: Patchogue

United Way of Long Island Builds House Of The Future in...

The modest Farm Ranch-style dwelling may seem like an ordinary three-bedroom, two-bath home with a yard, although it’s anything but ordinary.

Sailor From Patchogue Killed in Pearl Harbor ID’d

A 26-year-old Navy sailor from Patchogue was identified as among those killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Tuesday, just days after the attack's 77th anniversary.

Blue Point Brewing Celebrates 20th Anniversary

One year after breaking ground on its new West Main Street brewery in Patchogue, Blue Point Brewing Company will hold a party on October 13 celebrating its 20th anniversary and its move.  

The Loading Dock: Patchogue’s ‘Secret’ Venue

“People like something that is hidden ... it adds intrigue,” says Bernie Fabig, Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts spokesman.

3 New Al Fresco Dining Spots on Long Island

Newcomers to Long Island's restaurant scene include 2 Spring in Oyster Bay, The Beer Garden in Freeport and Indego in Patchogue, all of which offer al fresco dining.

Patchogue Code Enforcement Officer Forcibly Touched Women on Duty, Cops Say

A Patchogue Village Code Enforcement officer was arrested Wednesday for alleged sexual misconduct with two women on two separate occasions since last month while he was on duty, Suffolk County police said.

Paul Pontieri: Patchogue’s Comeback Continues

The village mayor talked up the rebirth of his downtown, environmentally progressive policies, race relations and the new brewery in town.

Blue Point Holds Last Bash at River Avenue Brewery

Thousands of festival goers enjoyed a sunny spring afternoon at the 15th annual Cask Ales Festival tasting cask-conditioned ales brewed by 70 breweries from across Long Island.

How Patchogue’s Arts Scene Sculpted its Comeback

Broad strokes brighten the village’s future.

Best of Long Island Spotlight: Top Bars

Starting with Thanksgiving Eve, getting in the holiday spirit often involves meeting friends, family or coworkers for drinks at one of Long Island’s many bars, but deciding which one can prove tricky.