Copiague

Copiague

(kō'pāg`), uninc. residential town (1990 pop. 20,769), Suffolk co., SE N.Y., on the south shore of Long Island. Copiague suffered significant damage from Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
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Community Action Southold Town will finance a home visiting program to prepare young children from low-income families on the East End for school, and Project Morry will apply its award to a leadership development and college preparation program targeting students from the North Amityville and Copiague school districts.
* The Johnny All-Weather Drive-In Theatre in Copiague, New York, was considered the largest ever built.
By the time Washington's carriage stopped at Zebulon Ketcham's homestead, he was in Huntington South, now called Copiague. Ketcham had been in Long Island's Suffolk County Militia during the Revolutionary War, and he now was hosting the president for a meal.
$5,300,000 for a luxury senior citizen garden apartment complex comprised of 3 buildings with a total of 54 units, located in Copiague, Suffolk County, New York.
Systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) were measured on the right arm using a standard Mercury sphygmomanometer (Baumanometer, Baum, Copiague, NY, USA).
It also operates a 20,000 square foot sports performance training facility in Garden City, NY, as well as four fitness centres in Stamford, Wilton, Southport, CT, and Copiague, NY.
Baum Co., Copiague, NY), and the average of the second and third measurements was recorded.
The driver of the semi-truck, Gordon Sheets, 55 of Copiague, New York, also died, said Wakulla County Sheriff Charlie Creel.
Massapequa, NY, March 18, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Children in Long Island's Copiague, Massapequa, Amityville and Half Hollow Hills School Districts who ride Educational Bus Transportation buses will soon enjoy a cleaner, healthier environment.
This drive-in opened in 1957 in Copiague, Long Island, with a capacity of 2,500 vehicles (drive-ins.com, 2015a).