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Arrest made in Patchogue robbery

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
18 December 2014

Jonathan Kreppein, 32, from Shirley was arrested Wednesday night Dec. 17 and charged with robbery first degree for stealing a woman’s debit card the previous Friday night, police said...

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It’s all about how you play

It’s all about how you play

Story By: NICOLE ALLEGREZZA
18 December 2014

There are times when spirit and heart are recognized and that’s what happened when the BrickHouse Brewery & Restaurant honored 50 Patchogue-Medford varsity football team players and their families for their outstanding season. ...

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A revelatory tale of American Revolution women

A revelatory tale of American Revolution women

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
18 December 2014

A Hart’s Tavern sign and marker on Main Street in Patchogue gave Sayville author Elaine Whitehouse the idea for her historical fiction “Hart’s Tavern,” which chronicles four main female characters and their lives during the British occupation on Long Island leading up to the Revolutionary War....

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Join in the spirit of the season at the Menorah Lighting

Join in the spirit of the season at the Menorah Lighting

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
18 December 2014

Rabbi Joel Levinson from Temple Beth El in Patchogue is hoping that a diverse group of people will attend Sunday’s lighting of the menorah, the public display of the Jewish faith’s celebration of the festival of Hanukkah at 5 p.m. at Capital One Plaza on Main Street. ...

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They’re in there in the Carnegie working

They’re in there in the Carnegie working

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
18 December 2014

Interior work is currently taking place at the Carnegie Library, said Patchogue-Medford Library Director Lauren Nichols. Telsan Electric, Inc. is addressing electrical demolition in the 2,500 square foot building....

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Near, they blow

Near, they blow

Story By: PEGGY SPELLMAN HOEY
18 December 2014

Humpback whales have been seen in and around New Old Inlet near Fire Island National Seashore though there is no official data on how many have frequented these shores or why....

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A famous editor, a woman doctor and lots of tales about Yaphan

A famous editor, a woman doctor and lots of tales about Yaphan

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
18 December 2014

The interesting stories waiting to spill out on the Yaphank Historic District Christmas House Tour this Saturday will keep you enamored and charmed for an afternoon. The tour includes the Booth House Museum, circa 1829, the birthplace of Mary Louise Booth, the founding editor of “Harper’s Bazaar” magazine. ...

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Five communities, one big shopping experience

Five communities, one big shopping experience

Story By: NICOLE ALLEGREZZA
18 December 2014

The Downtown Express took dozens of local shoppers along the South Shore from Bellport to Oakdale on Dec, 13, marking the first year more than two chambers participated in an event. ...

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