Archive for May, 2012


The Kings Park branch of the Smithtown Library just got unwrapped and its looking good.

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Kings Park In Focus

A glimpse into what’s happening around town… 40 and 42 Main Street are getting a well deserved facelift. Located next to Sullivan & Kehoe, facing the train station, the cedar shakes, new windows and fresh trim really look great.

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A Celebration of Students

Last’s night’s Board of Education meeting was a busy one. A new principal was named, and a departing one thanked. A lawyer was hired to investigate alleged misconduct by a sitting trustee (violation of Article 18, Section 805-a 1 b of New York State General Municipal Law – breach of confidentiality). Well, the new principal [...]

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Drumroll Please…

Congratulations to Stephanie Montecalvo on her appointment as the new principal of Fort Salonga Elementary School and best of luck to retiring principal – Arlene Mullin.

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Kings Park Memorial Day – May 28th 2012 (Gallery)

Today’s Memorial Day Parade was filled with Kings Park Pride. Hundreds turned out to honor those who laid down their lives to protect the freedom we all enjoy today. Continue reading to view photos of the parade and flag ceremony.

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… And A Great Time Was Had By All

A beautiful day greeted picnic goers at St. Joseph’s Parish Family Celebration. Good friends + good food = One Great Afternoon Continue reading to view picnic photographs

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Calling All High School Students…

Regents are just weeks away and for a free review course – just reach for the DVR. Regents Review 2.0 is a series of test-prep programs for high school students who plan to take New York State Regents exams this spring. Turn to WLII, Channel 21, set the DVR, and play back your review at [...]

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Speaking Of Pictures…

Avid runner and photographer, resident Kathie Plant took these beautiful pictures of Kings Park. From the Bluff, to the Nissequogue River State Park, to Sunken Meadow – Kathie’s pictures capture the splendor of Kings Park’s natural resources. Continue reading to view KP Through the Lens photo gallery –

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Camera Club Starting Up In Kings Park

Calling all photography enthusiasts… a camera club is being formed in Kings Park. The club’s founder, Frank Mercuri explains, “There are a number of good advanced armatures out there, so I thought why not try to get a club together.”

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