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Families flee fire, erupts again next day

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
22 January 2015

A major fire that broke out Sunday night at 29 Jennings Ave. in Patchogue displacing two families including children, rekindled twice on Monday, Patchogue Fire Department officials said. ...

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Juno packs wallop in village

Juno packs wallop in village

Story By: PEGGY SPELLMAN HOEY
29 January 2015

Mastic Beach did not see the accumulation of more than 24 inches of snow on most streets, but the bitter cold caused snow removal equipment to freeze up and high winds and flooding hindered the snow removal operation. ...

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Food for (charitable) thought

Food for (charitable) thought

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
29 January 2015

Have a nice meal, save money and feel good about contributing to a local food pantry on Feb. 22-26 when the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce partners with Groupon certificates for use in chamber restaurants...

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Walks for when the weather calms down

Walks for when the weather calms down

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
29 January 2015

Marty Van Lith, Anita Cohen, John Dietz and Tom Williams, are the architects of a new book, “Ambling Around Brookhaven Hamlet,” that offers three self-guided tours in Brookhaven hamlet. The 80-page guide is free and available at the Brookhaven Free Library....

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‘The Imitation Game’

‘The Imitation Game’

Story By: CAMPBELL DALGLISH
29 January 2015

Alan Turing, whose life is chronicled in “The Imitation Game,” was a superman, an atheist, a paranoid secretive person who valued privacy above all while undoing the most wicked secrets of the Nazi regime. ...

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Quite the storm

Quite the storm

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
29 January 2015

On Wednesday Patchogue’s village hall was officially open. Village roads were in good shape; parking lots were being addressed. ...

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Booth house added to state’s historic register

Booth house added to state’s historic register

Story By: PEGGY SPELLMAN HOEY
29 January 2015

The childhood home of the founding editor of Harper’s Bazaar magazine, Mary Louise Booth has been added to the state parks, recreation, and historic preservation department’s historic register. ...

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Artists in residence wanted at Watch Hill

Artists in residence wanted at Watch Hill

Story By: LINDA LEUZZI
29 January 2015

: Artists looking to create on the beach will have their chance this year via the Fire Island National Seashore’s Artist-in-Residence Program. The deadline for submissions is March 1. ...

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