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Ronkonkoma Festival 2014 A Huge Success!
Sep01

Ronkonkoma Festival 2014 A Huge Success!

Another great day for Ronkonkoma. Ronkonkoma Chamber Of Commerce hosted the event and Lake Ronkonkoma Civic (Brookhaven) and Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society...

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Exclusive MyRonkonkoma.com – Hub Advertisers Are Estimating 100,000 Cars Per Day
Sep01

Exclusive MyRonkonkoma.com – Hub Advertisers Are Estimating 100,000 Cars Per Day

These signs are located on the corner of the LIE South Service Road and Ronkonkoma Avenue. Residents speak back with their opinion in 2nd...

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Ronkonkoma Train Station Graffitti Cleaned
Sep01

Ronkonkoma Train Station Graffitti Cleaned

For years now, residents and commuters saw this area as our home station, a station riddled with graffiti that makes it look like NYC. Even NYC gets cleaned up… why not Ronkonkoma. With a special that you to Diane Mottola, Tom Cilmi Suffolk Legislator, Hector Garcia LIRR and Larry Farrell editor MyRonkonkoma.com the 2nd phase has been cleaned...

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Reports: Missing Kayaker Found
Aug23

Reports: Missing Kayaker Found

A body was retrieved from Lake Ronkonkoma late this morning, near the spot where kayaker Kevin Conley was last seen on August 14. State police had joined the Suffolk County PD on the search. After an examination of the body on the dock, it was loaded into the Coroner’s van at approximately 1:00 PM. It is important to note that the police have not released any official information at this point. We have no confirmation of the...

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Michael P. Murphy US Navy Seal Memorial Park
Aug21
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Lake Ronkonkoma Missing Kyaker 1 Week Ago
Aug21

Lake Ronkonkoma Missing Kyaker 1 Week Ago

Today at 3;30 pm marked the 1 week point since the missing Kayaker went missing.  It has been reported that Kevin Conley of Sound Beach was his name.  Kevin was 40 years old and it was reported by his father that he suffered from Huntington’s Disease.  Follow this link to the NYC HQ of this leading organization.  If you ever knew someone with this disease you would never forget how terrible it is. We made brief visits to the...

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