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Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre brings funds to fight drug abuse

This story contains a video “It is,” said NYS Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean- Pierre, “about saving lives.” The Lindenhurst lawmaker was joined by S.C. Exec. Steve Bellone at Lindenhurst High School last week to announce state funding to two local groups battling the heroin and opioid epidemics in their communities.

Two community groups get a little help from the state in fighting drug abuse - Free Access

Grants come through NYS Assemblywoman Kimberly Jeanne-Pierre

This story contains a video It is, said NYS Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre, about saving lives.The Lindenhurst lawmaker was joined by S.C. Exec. Steve Bellone at Lindenhurst High School today to announce state funding to two local groups battling the heroin and opioid epidemics in their communities.  Lindenhurst and Copiague Community Cares coalitions each received $30,000.

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Amityville loses a little of its "sole" to history - Free Access

Lang's shoe store sign comes down

This story contains a video The site of the former Lang’s Shoe Store is being renovated into a restaurant and today, the owners took down the sign that has been on the façade at the corner of Union Avenue and Broadway  since 1939.

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Amityville Village kicks off the holidays!

This story contains a video Amityville Village residents gathered at the Village Triangle Saturday night to celebrate the lighting of the Christmas tree. Boy scouts presented the Colors and there were performances by dancers, singers and more.

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Long Islanders cheer on the NY Mets as they head to the World Series - Free Access

NC Exec. Ed Mangano holds rally on Monday

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Amityville Village Board approves position of police commissioner

This story contains a video The Amityville Village Board approved a resolution by a vote of 3-2 adding the position of police commissioner to its code. The move came on Monday night, Sept. 28, following a long and contentious meeting at which residents, many police officers and their families, vehemently opposed the change.

Amityville Schools reach out to community - Free Access

Joint partnership for Strategic Plan

This story contains a video Watch upcoming print edition of the Amityville Record for more on this story.

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Babylon Town's 8th annual Wounded Warrior ride off without a hitch

This story contains a video More than 1,000 people joined America’s Wounded Warriors in a 25-mile bike ride in Babylon Town June 17. Standing on the sidelines, waving flags and cheering the riders on were hundreds of supporters.

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Amityville Village honors its World War II Veterans

Fourth of July parade a great event

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