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Bellone outlines Veterans Protection bill at press conference today

Impending deployment of Councilwoman Jacqueline Gordon prompts move

This story contains a video Posted Fri., Oct. 7-

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Hurricane Irene Comes and Goes

CLEANUP UNDERWAY

This story contains a video Posted Sun., Aug. 28, 5:04 p.m As it turned out it was its size more than its power that made Hurricane Irene such a force to be reckoned with here on Long Island.

Babylon Town welcomes its wounded warriors

This story contains a video Beneath a blazing sun and temperatures that tipped the 100-degree mark, hundreds of bikers and their supporters came out for the annual Babylon Town Soldier Ride July 22. The event helps to raise money—and the spirits— of America’s combat-wounded troops from the country’s war on terrorism.

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Amityville Memorial High School Class of 2011:

A Class with Heart

This story contains a video Families, friends and honored guests welcomed the 196 members of the Amityville Memorial High School (AMHS) Class of 2011 as they marched onto Lou Howard Field, donning the traditional red and white gowns.

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Park Avenue Elementary School students honor veterans; hold annual Field Day

This story contains a video With tears streaming down his face, David Young, a 4th-grade student at Amityville Memorial Elementary School talked about his parents, Centoria and David Young who are serving in the military, stationed in Qandahar, Afghanistan.

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Amityville Village Board looks to acquire property for parking on Merrick Road

Board appoints John Smith as Sergeant; Bruce Hopper as Superintendent and APD honors civilians

This story contains a video The Amityville Village Board approved a $5,000 allocation for hiring an appraiser to determine the value of property at 90 Merrick Road—the site the Village Board is considering acquiring to construct a municipal parking lot.

Amityville Village Celebrates Fourth of July

This story contains a video Watch musical photo video here as Amityvillians came out in red, white and blue to celebrate Independence Day, 2011.

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Village hears concerns for parking on Merrick Road; board now looks for solutions

This story contains a video A group of approximately 100 Amityville residents and business owners attended an information and fact-gathering hearing on Mon., June 13 on a plan for additional parking on Merrick Road between Broadway and South Ketcham Avenue.

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