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Sour Flush has been on the market for

Sour Flush has been on the market for 10 years but recently caused a stir in Hewlett. The bowl is filled with a sour sugar that consumers retrieve by licking the lollipop plungers, sticking them in the sugar and then licking them again. (April 27, 2011)

BLOG POST: Toilet candy rubs man the wrong way.

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5. Voters to cast ballots on St. Paul’s School

Garden City residents cast votes Wednesday to decide the future of the historic St. Paul’s School.

4. Study sought on Amityville mobile homes

The Babylon Town Board is scheduled at Tuesday's meeting to request an environmental impact study of the proposed development of the Frontier Park mobile home park on Route 110 in Amityville.

3. Residents upset over apartments, religious hall

Dozens of worried residents showed up at a meeting Tuesday night of the Babylon Town Board to voice concerns about proposals to build apartments on the site of a mobile home park in North Amityville and a Jehovah’s Witnesses hall in a West Babylon neighborhood.

2. Seal rescued at Babylon beach

Long Islanders taking a shoreline Easter walk in Babylon were greeted by a rare sight Sunday morning. A juvenile male gray seal had washed up on the sand at Robert Moses State Park’s Field 5.

1. Toilet candy rubs man the wrong way

For Leonard Berkeley, the term “potty mouth” now has a whole new meaning. The 54-year-old Woodmere man was disgusted at the sight of candy-filled plastic toilets at the counter of a Hewlett convenience store three weeks ago.
 

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