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Memorial Day 2013

This story contains a video Residents  lined the streets, waved the flag and tapped their feet to the music as Amityville held its annual Memorial Day parade.

Amityville celebrates Veterans Day, 2012

Despite Storm, residents come out to honor those who have served our country

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Farewell to Brunswick Hospital - Free Access

Former health care facility comes down

This story contains a video A piece of rock glistened under the morning sun even as the cranes heaved large pieces of metal into the air raising dust on the site of Brunswick Hospital which came tumbling down today. The cranes made a moanful sound and one woman who was passing by the site shoot her head. "It's a shame," she said. "This hospital was so important in our community."

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Officer Pam Slack sworn in as new APD sergeant

This story contains a video Amityville Police Office Pam Slack was sworn in as sergeant as her parents stood by proudly and before an enthusiastic crowd June 25. Slack, who was a teacher before becoming an Amityville police officer, replaces longtime Amityville Police Officer and Sergeant John Sullivan who retired after serving 26 years with the department.

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DEC holds meeting on plans for contaminated Grumman spill

Hundreds attend; tell officials to clean up spill entirely

This story contains a video The Bethpage High School auditorium was packed, standing room only, on Tues. June 12 as the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) presented its highly debated proposed $80 million dollar remedial action plan to clean up potentially harmful contaminants that have formed an underground plume of chemicals emanating from Bethpage Community Park, a former Grumman property.

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Former Met, Yankee Dwight Gooden visits Long Island, is a hit as he signs autographs

This story contains a video Met fans and Yankee fans may not agree on everything, but both can say that Dwight “Doc” Gooden was a great baseball player. The former Mets and Yankees pitcher was in West Babylon this past Saturday signing autographs and meeting fans at the Ridgewood Savings Bank.

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Amityville girl calls 911 as brother is choking

"I did it to help my brother," she says

This story contains a video By Carolyn James She’s four years old—today—and already a hero.

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Babylon Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Our Lady of Grace Church with Tulip Festival and Parade

Van Bourgondien House Named Historical Site and Museum

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