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Hicksville's Kumar Chhetri owns New Chilli and Curry (Credit: T.C. McCarthy )

Hicksville's Kumar Chhetri owns New Chilli and Curry Restaurant on Woodbury Road. (November 11, 2011)

People of Hicksville

It's the people that make a community come to life. As part of our TOWN FOCUS series this week, T.C. McCarthy will give you a glimpse of life in Hicksville with interviews of everyone from community leaders to everyday people on the street.

Hicksville historian James Janis talks about the hamlet.
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Hicksville historian James Janis talks about the hamlet. (November 7, 2011)

Michaela Rogers, 10, practices a kick at Martial
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Michaela Rogers, 10, practices a kick at Martial Arts America in Hicksville. (November 8, 2011)

Hicksville's Kumar Chhetri owns New Chilli and Curry
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Hicksville's Kumar Chhetri owns New Chilli and Curry Restaurant on Woodbury Road. (November 11, 2011)

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Don Curran, 61, has been the curator of
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Don Curran, 61, has been the curator of the Gregory Museum in Hicksville for 23 years. Here he examines pyrite, also known as fool's gold. (Nov. 10, 2011)

Philip Zuoros, 63, of Hicksville, has owned the
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Philip Zuoros, 63, of Hicksville, has owned the Sweet Shop on Broadway since 1974. (November 8, 2011)

Levittown's Patti Brownstone, 51, left, has lunch with
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Levittown's Patti Brownstone, 51, left, has lunch with her mother-in-law, Marsha Greene, 77, of Farmingdale, at Broadway Mall in Hicksville Brownstone is a longtime realtor in the Hicksville area. (November, 9, 2011)

Joe Reinhardt, 69, of Hicksville, spent most of
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Joe Reinhardt, 69, of Hicksville, spent most of his life living in the hamlet. (Nov. 8, 2011)

Joseph Bargiuk, 71, has lived in the hamlet
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Joseph Bargiuk, 71, has lived in the hamlet of Hicksville since 1950. (November 8, 2011)

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Long Island Puppet Theatre & Museum owner Roman
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Long Island Puppet Theatre & Museum owner Roman Valdes is preparing the Hicksville facility for a December reopening. (Nov. 7, 2011)

Sharon Holzapple, 54, has lived in Hicksville for
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Sharon Holzapple, 54, has lived in Hicksville for 51 years. (Nov. 7, 2011)

Pat Dammes, 60, is a maintenance worker at
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Pat Dammes, 60, is a maintenance worker at the Hicksville Public Library and a volunteer with the Hicksville Fire Department. Three generations of her family live in the hamlet. (Nov. 7, 2011)

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