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Nearby: Seaford Woman Says Yes to Dress, Merrick Fall Festival Draws Thousands

Stories making headlines around the local area this week.

Seaford Bride to Say Yes to the Dress

It's the choice of a lifetime, and a Seaford bride is set to make it on national television. A local resident appeared on the popular TLC show, "Say Yes to the Dress," Friday night. Click here for more.

Merrick Fall Festival Draws Thousands 

Thousands came out to the Merrick Chamber of Commerce's 28th Annual Fall Festival this past weekend and enjoyed three days of food, rides and an array of vendors.  Click here for more.

East Meadow Hosts 2013 Culinary Delights

On Monday, East Meadow residents, community members, elected officials and other guests headed to the Carltun at Eisenhower Park for a common cause — enjoying a variety of refreshments and company. Click here for more.

North Bellmore Veteran Chosen for Affordable Housing

Army Staff Sgt. Jason Broyles of North Bellmore, was chosen as one of six veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to buy deeply discounted, newly constructed homes from Long Island Home Builders Care Development Corp (LIHBCDC). Click here for more.

Berner Middle School Names New Dean

The Massapequa school district has named Barbara Lowell as Berner Middle School's new Dean of Students. Lowell is a longtime Massapequa resident, who went to school in the district and social studies teacher. Click here for more.

New Band Added to Columbus Day Weekend Festival

Organizers have announced a new addition to their list of live music for the upcoming Columbus Day weekend celebration in downtown Farmingdale. "Farmingdale School of Rock" has been added to Saturday's schedule. Click here for more.

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