Patchogue Daily: pedestrian hit by car in Ocean Avenue

Good Friday, neighbors! Here is all you need to know around Patchogue today.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Costs; morning snow, 2-4 inches. High: 35, low: 24.


Here are the top 4 Patchogue stories today:

  1. News nearby: A pedestrian was hit by a car in Medford. A man was fatally struck by a Honda Tuesday night at the intersection of North Ocean and Masonic avenues. The pedestrian was pronounced dead at Patchogue Long Island Community Hospital, police said in a statement. Two of the Honda passengers were taken away for minor injuries; the driver, Daniel Avila-Canales, 26, of Medford, was not injured in the collision. The accident is under investigation. (Press day / Subscription required)
  2. Victorian tea house to open in Blue Point in late January. Mad Batter tearoom will open at the corner of Montauk Expressway and Homan Avenue. Owner Delia Mckernan has over 14 years of experience as a tea master and event planner. (suffolkcountynews.net)
  3. Blue Point Bible Church rang its bells for 34 minutes on Wednesday to honor victims of the COVID-19 pandemic. Church leader Pastor Michael Miano said the church wanted to do this for the community and for raising awareness of the memories of those who have lost their families to COVID-19. (suffolkcountynews.net)
  4. If you are looking for a home, take a look at the open houses in and around the Patchogue area. Click on the link to see the last five announcements. (Patch Patch)

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  • Patchogue-Medford school district: “Oregon Middle School raised an incredible 3,532 books to donate to homeless shelters, hospital pediatric wings and less fortunate schools. It was wonderful community service work.” (Facebook)
  • Large Patchogue: “Let’s heat things up with Long Island Restaurant Week! “(Facebook)
  • Large Patchogue: “A big win for restaurants and bars.” (Facebook)
  • Holy Angels Regional School – Patchogue: “We are looking for a few more students to join our chess club for session 2 before next Wednesday! See details on our flyer here.” (Facebook)
  • Large Patchogue: “Last weekend to attend the light show at Smith Point.” (Facebook)
  • Next door neighbor, Lower East Patchogue: “South Shore Real Estate – new local listings welcome!” “(The next door)
  • Next door neighbor, Patchogue: “Hello, my name is Alexandra, I work in cleaning houses, apartments, offices, shops, etc. I have 10 years of experience. I have my own supplies and means of transport and references in case you need to work Monday through Saturday. ” (The next door)

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  • SEPTA meeting – Patchogue-Medford High School. (January 10)
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  • High school eagle winter concert – Patchogue-Medford High School. (January 11)
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You are now in the know and ready to start this Friday on the right foot! I’ll catch up to you early tomorrow morning with another update.

Debora Whitehead

About Me: Debora Whitehead is a dedicated wife and home teacher mother from Coram, NY. She has a bachelor’s degree in education and enjoys teaching and writing. Her passion for the community is reflected in her volunteer work with “Ministry Mariposa”, a non-profit family support program. One of her strongest beliefs is Jesus Christ, and when she isn’t parenting, teaching, or reading, she is writing. One of her favorite quotes is: “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt.