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If you can't beat 'em, eat 'em! The DEC has announced its plans to use a small herd of goats to combat invasive plant species at Edgewood Oak Brush Plains State Preserve.
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Bohemia is a hamlet located within the Town of Islip. The area was settled by Slavic immigrants in March of 1855 who hailed from the province of Bohemia and named their new home after their old. Today it is home to over 10,000 residents.
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East End Arts has announced a first of its kind band program for adults ages 50 and up, with weekly sessions held every Thursday.
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Peconic Landing and East End Arts' music therapy program “Music by the Bedside” has been named LeadingAge New York’s 2016 Innovation of the Year. The award distinguishes organizations that use creative problem solving to improve the quality and access of services for seniors.
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Oakdale is a hamlet within the Town of Islip. Its origins trace back to William Nicoll, who founded Islip Town in 1697, as part of a royal land grant. Today roughly 8000 people call Oakdale home.
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Bellport is an incorporate village within the Town of Brookhaven. Once a fishing and whaling village, it later became a popular vacation destination with attractions such as the Gateway Playhouse. Today it is home to over 2000 residents.
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Shirley is a hamlet in the Town of Brookhaven with a population of about 28,000 people. The community is named after developer Walter T. Shirley, who desired to turn the area of Mastic Bay into an affordable enclave in the 1950s.
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Halesite is a hamlet on Long Island's North Shore with a population of about 2500 residents. It is named for Nathan Hale, who was a captain of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, though there is actually no record of Hale having ever lived in the area.
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The Fair Media Council has announced that they are adding several new categories to their annual Folio Awards. The ceremony honoring the vest in local news and social media will now also feature categories for Animal Welfare, Public Policy, Public Service, Immigration, and more.
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Angela’s House will be hosting their 2nd Annual 3K Walk at the Holtsville Ecology Center on Sunday, September 18th to raise funds and awareness for children living with severe medical conditions.
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Oak Beach is a small community located on the south side of the Great South Bay. It is home to just 286 people as of the 2010 census, but those individuals have a lot of idyllic shorefront scenery to enjoy.
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The small town of Bellerose was developed as a model community in the early 20th century by Helen M. Marsh. Bellerose was officially named in 1917, and is now home to about 1200 people.
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