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Week in Review: Route 347 Harms Business, School Budget Adopted

Catch up on the top headlines published on Hauppauge Patch this week.

This Easter Sunday, catch up on the top stories published on Hauppauge Patch from April 1 to April 7: 

Route 347 Construction Chews Up Diner Business
As Route 347 construction continues to linger in the Hauppauge area, the  has seen the work zone wreak havoc with its business, according to managers and die-hard customers. 

Sheperd: Education Key to Preventing Bullying, Hate Crimes
Judy Shepard, whose gay son Matthew Shepard was murdered in 1998, spoke to a auditorium packed with students, parents, and teachers in's auditorium on Wednesday morning at the Superintendent's conference. Read what she had to say about bullying in schools. 

Hauppauge Board of Ed Adopts $98M Budget
The Hauppauge Board of Education adopted a $98.6 million budget for the 2012-13 school year Tuesday night to present to district residents May 8 after receiving additional state aid at the last minute. 

Suffolk's New Pilot Program Could Fix Up Commerdinger Estate
Suffolk County is searching for a private party who might be interested in restoring the Commerdinger Homestead in Nesconset, in return for a discounted lease.  

Police: Two Men Shoplifted from Sears, One Caught
Suffolk County Police have arrested one man in connection with a shoplifting incident at the Smith Haven Mall on Wednesday afternoon.

ROBERT G April 08, 2012 at 01:50 PM
thefts, murders , herion the city has arrived in suburbia. maybe we should move back to the various areas of the city and pay 1/4 of the taxes for a similar lifestyle

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