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News Nearby: Kings Park Locals Call Neighbor's Home 'Junkyard'

Check out the top headlines from the past week from nearby Patch towns.

News Nearby: Kings Park Locals Call Neighbor's Home 'Junkyard'

Port Jefferson

Renovation For Port Jefferson Church Built at Turn of the 20th Century.

Work repairs and refreshes steeple and bell at First United Methodist Church on Main Street.

Commack

McCulloch Drive Home Flooded by Water Main Break

Two McCulloch Drive residents woke up to a flooded home after a water main break on Vanderbilt Motor Parkway flooded areas of Commack and Dix Hills on Sunday morning.

Hauppauge

Stonebridge Country Club Looks to Expand its Catering Facilities

A Smithtown country club is looking to expand its catering facilities in hopes of drawing more in more events and visitors.

Stonebridge Country Club went before the Town of Smithtown's Board of Zoning Appeals on Tuesday night seeking variances to build a 2,622-square-foot addition onto its clubhouse and increase its parking for future events.

Kings Park

Home Littered with Junk Has Residents Crying Foul

Residents on Heather Drive in Kings Park are asking the Town of Smithtown to act on what they call a junk yard being run from a private home on their block, creating unsightly and unsanitary conditions.

Three Village

Former Patient Gives Back to Hospital that Saved Her Life

A team of doctors at Stony Brook University Hospital saved her life not once, not twice, but six times – and now, Carin Navratil has found a way to give back to the hospital that saved her life. The Farmingville resident was 22 years old when she suffered what doctors believed was at least one blood clot that had gotten into her lungs, causing her to lose lung and heart function. “I am so grateful to all the staff who saved my life and took such great care of me,” Navratil said. “I wanted to give back to Stony Brook, because without their care and support, I wouldn’t be here.” Now, Navratil now works as a volunteer in the respiratory unit, where her responsibilities include making copies, stocking supply shelves, and assisting at the nurses’ station. But it was a long road to get to that point.

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