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Psychic Reading

Blue Point Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary Presents a Group Reading With Psychic Medium Josephine
Ghiringhelli, Friday, February 26, 2016more

Would you like to help a local family in need?

The food pantry at Our Lady of the Snow Catholic Church has proudly served the needs of our neighbors in the Bayport Blue Point area for the past 3... more

Holiday Donations

Looking for a local charity in need of your help?  Mercy Center Ministries, Inc is a non-denominational not-for-profit right in the Suffolk co... more

Give Families a Place to Put Their Nicks on the Wall

    Remember when you were a kid and family members would measure your height against the wall, mark it with a pencil and over the y... more

Winter Coat Drive

Don’t leave them out in the cold!!
Bayport-Blue Point Community Lions Club
Winter Coat Drive
We are collecting gently used co... more


Schoolsposted: 02-09-2015

Blogging in The Bubble

by Danielle Golden Giglio

The Bayport Bubble is what my mother-in-law would ... more

Businessposted: 02-09-2015

BIg Business

There are over 300 businesses registered in our community. Doctors, lawyers and candlestick makers, restaurants and florists and the occasional del... more

Sportsposted: 01-28-2012

Some Sports Idea

AAnd, sports we have!  Sports we have! nd, sports we have!  Sports we have!   And, sports we have!  Sports we have! And, s... more

BBP Suffolk Zone Honors Two Fred Keating

    The Suffolk Zone chapter of the NY State Association for Health, Phys Ed., Recreation, and Dance honors one young man and one young lady in each district each year, providing they meet the award criteria. Tim Mullins, the BBP Athletic Director, was pleased to announce that this year’s winners were Kerrigan Miller and Brandon Croteau, seniors at the high school.
    In order to win the award, the students would have to meet the following criteria:
Physical Education Achievement: An “A” average or 90% average in PE class;
Scholastically Sound: A GPA of 3.0 or better;
    Outstanding Character: The student contributes to positive outcomes in the PE class and in the school; the student is cooperative, poised, honest, self-confident, attentive, industrious, and enthusiastic;
    A leader in PE, as well as a school-wide leader: The student is active, an officer, and/or leader of an organization, team, or club. S/he is considered a role model.
    “Both Miller and Croteau meet those criteria, and then some. They should be proud of their accomplishments,” said Mullins. Concratulations!