Patchogue

Patchogue

(păch`äg', –ôg'), village (1990 pop. 11,060), Suffolk co., SE N.Y., on Long Island, on Great South Bay; inc. 1893. A residential area that is popular in the summer months, it has some light manufacturing.
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Supporting the acceleration of the LIRRexpansion project from Floral Park to Hicksville and supporting additional investments in the LIRR, including the system's electrification to a new station near Brookhaven National Laboratory in Yaphank and ultimatelyto Riverhead, as well as to Port Jefferson and Patchogue.
A 70-year-old woman, who was about to step into a Christmas Eve midnight mass in North Patchogue, Long Island, New York, was fatally hit by a car outside a church, police said Monday.
Lodato is a Registered Nurse at BMHMC, which is a hospital providing patient care in Patchogue, New York.
Watch Hill is located on the western edge of the Otis Pike Fire Island High Dune Wilderness, directly across the Great South Bay from Patchogue on Long Island.
It provides sustainable packaging solutions in the consumer branded sectors in the US and operates from two locations in New York, Patchogue and Ronkonkoma.
Element of an improper jury trial--Pat Felice, Patchogue, NY
Blue Point Brewing was founded 15 year ago in Patchogue, New York and makes more than 40 craft beers.
In November 2008, seven Long Island teenagers "hunting for beaners" set upon two Ecuadorean immigrants in the quiet village of Patchogue.
A few months ago, a sharp-eyed worker was cleaning up the beaches in the Long Island village of Patchogue when he spotted a bottle lying amid piles of garbage washed ashore by the hurricane's powerful storm surge.
and Barrier Brewing Company at a presentation at Blue Point Brewery in Patchogue.