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News Nearby: Rocky Point Teen Killed In Crash, Former Mayor Honored

A brief look at our top headlines and newsmakers this week.

Port Jefferson park gets a new, familiar name.
Port Jefferson park gets a new, familiar name.

Here are some of the top stories that made the biggest headlines in and around your community. To read the full story, just click the headline and enjoy.

Three Village

284-Year-Old Setauket Church Gets a Facelift

With a setup that looked like it could have come straight off a movie screen, workers from Valley Restoration, based in Torrington, Conn., recently completed exterior resurfacing at the Caroline Church of Brookhaven. Church officials announced last week that "steeplejacks" scaled the walls of the church to complete "a much needed exterior resurfacing" 75 feet above the ground.

Sayville-Bayport

Sayville School District Security Project Begins

As parents and students get ready to head back to school local school districts are putting the finishing touches on repair and renovation work and, in the case of the Sayville school district, embarking on an ambitious security effort.

Miller Place-Rocky Point

Rocky Point Teen Killed in Early Morning Car Crash

Three teens were passengers in a car driven by Ulices Canessa Villatoro, 19, when Suffolk County police said the driver apparently lost control of the car, striking several trees on the side of road on Lowell Avenue, just south of Atlantic Street in Central Islip, just after midnight.

Port Jefferson

Village Lauds Former Mayor in Park Dedication Ceremony

Gathered on what was once brownfields and abandoned buildings, village officials formerly renamed Harborfront Park to Mayor Jeanne Garant Harborfront Park on Wednesday in honor of the former mayor who helped lead the charge to revitalize the blighted waterfront to what is now the hub of downtown Port Jefferson.

Sachem

Sachem Back To School Photos Galleries Part One and Part Two

Students in the Sachem Central School District returned to school on Tuesday, and Sachem area families sent into Patch so many Back to School photos that we have made two photo galleries packed with student photos.

Patchogue

PMHS Student Wins Radio Spotlight

A Patchogue-Medford High School student recently won the high school division of an essay contest, and will get to read his essay on Long Island radio stations throughout September. Recorded message is in the video of this story.


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