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It’s a rubbish time to be involved in the recycling industry. The Town of Brookhaven’s recycling plant is grappling with unprecedented mounds of bottles, used...

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By Beverly C. Tyler Part two of two. Following the end of the Revolutionary War in 1783, 31-year-old Major Jonas Hawkins, Stony Brook general store owner...

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Recently, Setauket residents living just outside of Old Field received a postcard that raised some eyebrows, and so they reached out to The Village...

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By Daniel Dunaief We have to walk before we can learn to run. It’s a common metaphor that suggests learning new skills, like playing the...

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Ward Melville (now 4-0) traveled to Miller Place (0-4) for a girls tennis match Sept. 17. The Patriots beat the Miller Place Panthers 7-0.

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As Puerto Rico continues to recover a year after Hurricane Maria left devastation in its wake, some college students reflected on lasting memories of...

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Their first race is in the books, but the more important one is yet to come. Family Court Judge Theresa Whelan defeated attorney Tara Scully...

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By Andrea Paldy Three Village school district officials devoted a large segment of their second meeting of the new school year to addressing security infrastructure,...

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Some Ward Melville High School students are doing their part to make the world a better place, one toothbrush at a time. On Sept. 16,...

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Since its invention as a diagnostic tool in the early 1970s, MRI has touched the lives of many patients, helping doctors to diagnose innumerable...

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