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Sayville

Sayville
In 1836, 50 years after its official settlement, Sayville finally got a name. But it wasn't easy.


Photo: Main Street, Showing Post Office, Sayville (Photo from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909)
In 1836, 50 years after its official settlement, Sayville finally got a name. But it wasn't easy.


Photo: Main Street, Showing Post Office, Sayville (Photo from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909)
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  • Wedding Guest Arrested For Stealing Newlyweds' Gifts

    Wedding Guest Arrested For Stealing Newlyweds' Gifts
    A newlywed couple's happiest day of their lives was nearly ruined when a wedding guest tried to steal their gifts.
  • Haridopolos settles his ethics breach, fellow senators will consider fine

     
    TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Commission on Ethics approved a settlement Friday with new Senate President Mike Haridopolos over a breach in which he misstated assets and clients paying him tens of thousands of dollars between 2004 and

    Rain Chances, Heat & Goodbye Irene

    Thought I'd start with this quote today...this is from Howard Kurtz who is a media critic on CNN...he did a post today called Hurricane Hype. I didn't really watch any of the cable coverage of this...so I don't know whether to agree or not...perhaps you...

    Girl Rescued After Dog Pulls Her Onto Thin Ice

    Girl Rescued After Dog Pulls Her Onto Thin Ice
    After an 11-year-old Sayville girl was dragged onto a partially frozen area of the Great South Bay by a neighbor's dog, she broke through and plunged into the frigid water, officials said Monday. Sarah Thalhammer was walking the 1-year-old poodle/Maltese...

    Stink Bug Could Threaten Long Island Wine Industry

    Stink Bug Could Threaten Long Island Wine Industry
    An unusually hot dry summer has Long Island wineries celebrating one of their best growing seasons. "It will be a bigger, more full bodied wine opposed to the lighter more elegant wines," Pindar Assistant Winemaker Edward Lovaas told PIX 11 News....