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  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Jones historic complex

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Jones historic complex

    Thursday, January 3 2019 9:27 AM EST2019-01-03 14:27:06 GMT
    Along Merrick Road in Masapequa, there is a cluster of buildings that dates back to the 1800s. The buildings are the only structures left that were part of the influential Jones family.Along Merrick Road in Masapequa, there is a cluster of buildings that dates back to the 1800s. The buildings are the only structures left that were part of the influential Jones family.
    Along Merrick Road in Masapequa, there is a cluster of buildings that dates back to the 1800s. The buildings are the only structures left that were part of the influential Jones family.
    Along Merrick Road in Masapequa, there is a cluster of buildings that dates back to the 1800s. The buildings are the only structures left that were part of the influential Jones family.
  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Lake Ronkonkoma Christmas tree

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Lake Ronkonkoma Christmas tree

    Thursday, December 6 2018 1:14 PM EST2018-12-06 18:14:44 GMT
    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell tells us why a special tree from Lake Ronkonkoma lit up the holidays!News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell tells us why a special tree from Lake Ronkonkoma lit up the holidays!

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell tells us why a special tree from Lake Ronkonkoma lit up the holidays!

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell tells us why a special tree from Lake Ronkonkoma lit up the holidays!

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Loughlin Vineyard

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Loughlin Vineyard

    Thursday, November 1 2018 5:08 AM EDT2018-11-01 09:08:04 GMT
    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the history of how this South Shore vineyard was the dream of a World War ll soldier who liberated France.News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the history of how this South Shore vineyard was the dream of a World War ll soldier who liberated France.

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the history of how this South Shore vineyard was the dream of a World War ll soldier who liberated France.

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the history of how this South Shore vineyard was the dream of a World War ll soldier who liberated France.

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