Week in Review: Oct. 1-7

This week's top stories on Northport Patch.

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Update: Three Hospitalized After Sunday Crash: Two men and a woman were hospitalized after a pickup truck and a sedan crashed in East Northport last Sunday evening.

First Library Volunteer Fair a Success: Approximately 20 nonprofit agencies set up shop in Northport Library on Friday as people of all ages and interests perused volunteer opportunities.

Updated: Parking Fee Hike: Is It Too Much?: Under the town's proposed budget, fees for using the parking gargage at the LIRR station would go from $50 a year to $600 a year. The permits will guarantee a parking spot.

Photos: Artisan House Gets 'Mobbed': Over 30 people attended the first ever Northport "Cash Mob" sponsored by the Northport Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.

Plans Submitted for Former Gas Station: A new gas station and convenience store may take the place of the shuttered Delta Station at 85 Fort Salonga Road if plans are approved by the Northport Village Planning Board.

Northport Grad's Film Targets Addiction Recovery: Northport High School Graduate Marisa Vitali will be shooting a short film set in Tim's Shipwreck Diner with the hope of communicating both the struggle and hope of recovery from drug addiction.


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