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July 5, 2015
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Susan Sarna is all business; that is before she cracks you up. As Sagamore Hill’s curator and project manager, she’s had a big responsibility for the past three years during the restoration of … more
Despite the drizzling rain and cloudy skies, Locust Valley Library’s newly renovated tennis courts were packed with amateur players as the library officially opened the courts to the public on June … more
When Portledge High School junior, Antonia Bentel, returned from a visit at the Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau, her parents knew they were in for a fun ride. “One of her [Antonia’s] … more
The restoration process is complete on Teddy Roosevelt's beloved Sagamore Hill and it is finally ready for public tours. They won't start until July 12, but several children from Theodore Roosevelt Elementary were invited recently to tour the house before the official opening. We've also included a history of the restoration of Sagamore Hill including photographs from 2013 and what the house looks like now since Teddy's house has been put back together again. more
Photo gallery first tour and stages of rehabilitation      more
A bid to change three village zoning codes in Bayville was passed after a four-hour hearing on Monday that over 400 people attended at Bayville Intermediate School. The hearing was loud, with several … more
Our forefathers were adamant that the people remain an active part of determining who will lead our country. When you hear a knock on your door the person holding the clipboard, requesting that you … more
Locust Valley High School senior, golfer Emily Barbu, sustained injuries in a car accident in January requiring that she go to physical therapy three times a week. Yet she placed in the top 10 in all … more
Bonanza's Season [Photo gallery]
Natalie (3yrs old) Happy to be back at Bonanza's stand on a sunny Sunday afternoon for a dog and italian ice! more
Memorial Day should always be remembered, even if it was a few weeks ago. There was so much going on around town we could only cover so much. Whether you marched in the parade, put out your flag, … more
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