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Fire forces evacuation of 140 children from Tutor Time, West Islip

No injuries reported

This story contains a video By Carolyn James A fire erupted on the roof of a building in West Islip this morning right next door to Tutor Time, a child care facility at 181 Sunrise Higway. Within minutes firefighters were on the scene and the children were evacuated to Atlantic Auto Mall, 193 Sunrise Highway.

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Councilwoman Gordon to be deployed; U.S. Reservist running for seat next month

This story contains a video Babylon Town Councilwoman Jacqueline Gordon, a member of the U.S. Army Reserves, and a candidate for reelection in November, has been called up for active duty. She is to be deployed after January 1, 2012.

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Amityville Rotary hosts annual Apple Fest

This story contains a video The Amityville Rotary Club held its everpopular Apple Fest offering everything apple— freshly picked apples from Upstate New York, apple cider, apple pie and donuts. There was music by the Amityville Memorial High School jazz band, games for the kids, food and vendors offering an array of hand-made crafts.

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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