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Historian talks about Amityville

Local Amityville historian talks about how the town got its start and how it has changed over the years. Videojournalist: Erin Geismar (Dec. 12, 2012)

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On Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, an oil tanker Oil tanker collides with two vehicles on Middle Country Road The Suffolk County Police Department surprised drivers with Suffolk County Police Department surprises drivers with early Christmas gift The community gathered at the John F, Kennedy Ho, Ho, Ho 5K run and parade helps to raise awareness for good cause On Friday, Dec. 15, 2017, Grace Bonamico, a seventh-grader LI girl gets an early Christmas present A look at the early morning snow in Early morning snow in Suffolk County Smithtown Town Supervisor Patrick Vecchio on Tuesday, Dec. Town supervisor presides over final town meeting Brookhaven National Laboratory celebrated its 70th anniversary and the Brookhaven National Lab celebrates 70th anniversary Parishioners helped dedicate a nativity scene and crèche Compassion for refugees urged at nativity dedication The coming year, officials say, promises more tangible Wyandanch redevelopment starting to take shape A mother driving drunk with her 10-month-old in her Cops: Mom driving drunk with 10-month-old flips SUV A few years ago, the owners of Drew Radio City toy soldiers guard Bay Shore The Suffolk County Police Department partnered with the Northport Training program hosted for religious institutions The town board did not reach a supermajority Southampton town board votes down The Hills Three Long Island students, Jillian Parker, of Half LI trio wins $100G Siemens Competition grand prize Alexander Cottrell, of Hauppauge, and William Reinhardt, of Two men charged with having sex with 15-year-old boy The Suffolk County SPCA said on Monday Dec. 4, Alligator seized from Ronkonkoma home Federal and state officials announced grants for 15 projects totaling Officials announce 15 grants related to improving water quality The Half Hollow Hills school district is changing Students take on great outdoors in new phys ed programs
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