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  1. Miller Place school district plans upcoming capital projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 23 | Times Beacon Record

    Miller Place Superintendent Marianne Cartisano and board of education President Johanna Testa look over captial projects for the coming summer. Photo by Kyle Barr Miller Place school district officials are looking to perform some lasting modifications to some of their schools' infrastructure, as discussed at the Nov. 14 board of education meeting.

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  2. Miller Place students learning how to run a business firsthandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 23 | Times Beacon Record

    Students in Thomas Fank's Virtual Enterprise class at Miller Place High School work on their virtual business. Photo by Kyle Barr The halls of the Miller Place High School are dead quiet, and footsteps echo far down the long halls.

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  3. Mount Sinai High School Drama Club honors Sandy Hook victims, community with '26 Pebbles' playRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    In the world of high school theater, it's pretty common to see a troupe of eager teens take the stage to perform a lighthearted comedy or timeless musical. David Kramer knows that, and he's certainly enjoyed directing shows in those genres many times before.

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  4. Miller Place graduate to star in prestigious Boston operaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    If one asked Miller Place native and opera singer Chris Remkus what makes opera so appealing, he would say a production is more than just a costume and set, that it's the combination of epic story and deep-throated, passionate voices that transcend the mundane of the normal world. "I think what's so thrilling about opera is you have these pieces in the repertoire which are just complete works of art," the 29-year-old Remkus said.

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  5. Miller Place Girl Scout good as GoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Girl Scout Mary Lynch unveils her completed Gold Award project at St. Louis de Montfort R.C. Church in Sound Beach. Photo by Gretchen Lynch A Miller Place Girl Scout hoping to earn her Gold Award applied some of her own personal skill and creativity to brighten up a Sound Beach church.

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  6. Miller Place girls volleyball defeats SWR in game to benefit breast cancer nonprofitRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Miller Place's Vanessa Provenzano rips one from the service line in a Dig Pink fundraiser hosted by Miller Place along with the Sideout Foundation Thursday Oct. 11th with proceeds to benefit the North Shore Neighbors Breast Cancer Coalition. Photo by Bill SWR's Samantha Rutkowsky keeps the ball in play in a Dig Pink fundraiser hosted by Miller Place along with the Sideout Foundation Thursday Oct. 11th with proceeds to benefit the North Shore Neighbors Breast Cancer Coalition.

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  7. Shoreham community and beyond mourns death of Boy ScoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Members of Miller Place Boy Scout Troop 204 stand outside the wake for Andrew McMorris, a 12-year-old scout from Troop 161 killed earlier this week by an allegedly drunk driver. Photo by Kyle Barr From Riverhead to Miller Place, red ribbons hung on street signs, store facades, schoolyard fences and mail boxes.

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  8. Newfield senior surprised with wish at homecoming gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Make-a-Wish Foundation of Suffolk County surprised Conor Wesch with his grandfather's restored car at Newfileld High School's homecoming game. Photo by Doreen Lumbra/Lifetouch Make-a-Wish Foundation of Suffolk County surprised Conor Wesch with his grandfather's restored car at Newfileld High School's homecoming game.

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  9. Local artwork donated to new Mather Hospital unitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Members of the group Setauket Artists donated works to be hung in a new wing at Mather Hospital. Photo by Alex Petroski Dr. Shug-Hong Young of Mather Hospital and Irene Ruddock, president of Setauket Artists, with one of Ruddock's works donated to the hospital.

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  10. Art exhibit: Primary Colors opens at Gallery NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Artist Jim Molloy of Miller Place has earned a reputation as a nautical and landscape painter, and it's easy to see why. His oil-on-canvas masterpieces of lighthouses in Maine, the local harbors of Stony Brook, Port Jefferson and Mount Sinai, or the intricate components of a sailboat will transport you to another place.

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  11. Feral cat population in need of attention across Suffolk CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Along a right-of-way in Mount Sinai, the exact location volunteers preferred not to publicize, a number of cats stalk through the cover of tall grass on silent paws. Upon hearing human sounds, they scatter deeper into the weeds.

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  12. 6th Precinct officer rescues two from a capsized canoeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    A Suffolk County Police Department officer's quick thinking and decisive actions saved lives on the morning of July 11 in the Long Island Sound off the coast in Miller Place. Trouble arose in the water at about 9:20 a.m. that morning, but luckily for two Suffolk County residents enjoying the day canoeing on the North Shore, officer James Behrens of SCPD's 6th Precinct arrived on the scene quickly to assist when the vessel capsized.

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  13. Miller Place resident, county legislator bothered by state of 25A mediansRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Growth is usually a positive thing, but growth in Miller Place has become a stick in the eye to a longtime resident and elected official alike. John Cerato, a 20-year Miller Place resident who previously lived in Rocky Point, told TBR News Media this week he has progressively seen the condition of vegetation on many of the medians on Route 25A - a New York State highway - falling into a state of disrepair as it becomes overgrown and unkempt.

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  14. Mount Sinai schools pleased with armed securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    From left, John, one of Mount Sinai's armed security guards, Superintendent Gordon Brosdal and Christopher Innace, Pro Protection Inc. CEO, in one of the district's school buildings, now guarded by armed security. Photo by Kyle Barr Even to Mount Sinai Superintendent Gordon Brosdal it sounds like a foreign concept, but since March, the district has had four armed security guards stationed in all school buildings.

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  15. SCPD saves two men after canoe capsizes in Miller PlaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    The decisive and brave actions of a Suffolk County Police Department 6th Precinct officer likely saved a life Wednesday morning. Officer James Behrens rescued two men after their canoe capsized in the Long Island Sound July 11 at about 600 feet off shore near Landing Road in Miller Place, according to police.

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  16. Miller Place seniors excelled in and outside of the classroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Miller Place High School valedictorian Nicole Cirrito and salutatorian Victoria Calandrino have worked hard both in the classroom and on the sports field. Cirrito graduated with a 100.77 GPA and won several academic awards, including the Rensselaer Medal Award for Excellence in Math and Science, the Advanced Placement Language Expository Writing Award, scholar-athlete awards in track and field hockey and was named an AP scholar with honors.

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  17. TBR News Media hosts screening of 'One Life to Give'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    The 1,000-seat theater at Stony Brook University's Staller Center was filled to capacity last Sunday night as the community came out in droves to celebrate the first screening of TBR News Media's feature-length film, "One Life to Give." And what a celebration it was.

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  18. SWR's Lee earns first in two events at state quals, Mount Sinai's ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Katherine Lee races in the 1,000-meter run during the indoor track and field season. File photo by Bill Landon Katherine Lee was off to the races at the Suffolk County track and field individual championship/state qualifier June 2 and 3 at Comsewogue High School and crossed her senior season finish lines in typical Wildcats fashion - by winning the 1,500- and 3,000-meter runs.

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  19. Mount Sinai-Miller Place Chamber Alliance hosts first meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    Mount Sinai-Miller Place Chamber Alliance Co-President Donna Boeckel, co-owner of Awsomotive Car Care in Mount Sinai, talks to members about new goals during the chamber's first meeting May 16. Photo by Kyle Barr The Mount Sinai-Miller Place Chamber Alliance has sprung up from the ashes after the dissolution of the North Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce and hopes to learn from its mistakes. "We will help promote shop local," said Donna Boeckel, co-president of the chamber and co-owner of Awsomotive Car Care in Mount Sinai.

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  20. Walt Whitman coach, Newfield grad who died of rare autoimmune disease is irreplacableRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2018 | Times Beacon Record

    When it comes to handling students, the teachers, administrators and faculty members at South Huntington school district have a new mantra these days: WWAD, or "What Would Altebrando Do?" It's a tribute to a man who, as a physical education and special education teacher and renowned varsity wrestling coach at Walt Whitman High School for the last 15 years, consistently went out of his way to make students and student-athletes' lives better - particularly the "underdogs" that struggled in and out of school.

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