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Hauppauge

Hauppauge
Beginnings: Indians dubbed the area around the headwaters of the Nissequogue River Hauppauge meaning "overflowed land". With the arrival of the Europeans, the area was divided between Smithtown and Islip. On the Smithtown side, the land was owned by Richard Smith. But the first settler was Thomas Wheeler. The area became known as The Wheelers. That name stuck until 1843, when it reverted to Hauppauge.
Photo: A view at Hauppauge
Beginnings: Indians dubbed the area around the headwaters of the Nissequogue River Hauppauge meaning "overflowed land". With the arrival of the Europeans, the area was divided between Smithtown and Islip. On the Smithtown side, the land was owned by Richard Smith. But the first settler was Thomas Wheeler. The area became known as The Wheelers. That name stuck until 1843, when it reverted to Hauppauge.
Photo: A view at Hauppauge
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  • Driver, 20, Arrested For Hit-And-Run That Killed 11-Year-Old Girl

    Driver, 20, Arrested For Hit-And-Run That Killed 11-Year-Old Girl
    Suffolk County Police have arrested a woman Wednesday for causing a hit-and-run crash that killed an 11-year-old girl. Police say Maureen Lambert, 20, of Stony Brook was the driver who mowed down young Courtney Sipes as she was crossing the street with...