Tag: Patchogue

Supreme Court Verdict A Win For Patchogue Woman Who Sued To...

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday in favor of an immigration advocate from Patchogue who sued to block the Trump administration's decision to end a program that protects from deportation hundreds of thousands of young immigrants.

Gorgeous Patchogue Victorian Asks $599,000

This must-see classically restored Queen Anne Victorian oozing with charming historic details and modern updates is listed for sale in the Village of Patchogue.

Restored Century-Old Patchogue Center Hall Colonial Asks $1.2M

This lovingly restored century-old Center Hall Colonial offering exquisite original details is listed for sale in East Patchogue.

Blue Point Toasts World Environment Day

Patchogue’s Blue Point Brewing held a special event on June 5 to celebrate World Environment Day at its new tap room and restaurant, Blue Point Brewpub.  

New, Improved Blue Point Brewery Opens To Public

Blue Point Brewing Company's much-anticipated new brewery opened to the public this week in its expanded location in downtown Patchogue.

Tudor-esque Waterfront Patchogue Cape Asks $495,000

From views overlooking West Lake to charming details and convenience, this house that has it all is listed for sale in the Village of 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.