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Denise M. Bonilla

Denise M. Bonilla has covered the Town of Babylon since January 2009. Since starting at Newsday in 2003, she has covered a variety of beats, including criminal justice and immigration. In 2006, Bonilla was part of a team honored for Distinguished Breaking News Coverage by the New York Newspaper Publishers Association. In 2010, she received the President’s Choice Award from the nation’s oldest press club, the Society of the Silurians, and a first place features award from the Press Club of Long Island for her series on Alzheimer’s disease.

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Lindenhurst school district studying tax exemptions for veterans

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Lindenhurst district seeks to sell or lease shuttered elementary school

The Edward W. Bower Elementary School on Montauk

The Edward W. Bower Elementary School on Montauk Highway was closed in June 2011 and since then has been rented out to several groups. However, revenue has decreased while building maintenance costs have increased and the district expects to spend nearly $106,000 on the building this year. (Credit: Steve Pfost)

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Lindenhurst schools' new security system nearly complete

Lindenhurst Middle School is part of the Lindenhurst

Lindenhurst Middle School is part of the Lindenhurst Union Free School District and serves grades 6-8. (June 7, 2011) (Credit: Alexi Knock)

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Long Island Music Hall of Fame to put museum in Wyandanch, sources say

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, seen at his

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, seen at his Hauppauge office on Sept. 20, 2013, has long sought the Long Island Music Hall of Fame for Wyandanch Rising, the public-private redevelopment that he spearheaded while town supervisor. (Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr.)

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