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6 Stories That Had Three Village Residents Talking in 2013

Take a look at 2013's most read stories.

An array of issues dominated the headlines this year in Three Village, covering all categories, some happy and some utterly shocking. Take a look back at the area's biggest news of 2013.

-Three Village Teacher Tells King:'Your Approach has Taken the Joy Out of Teaching'
Education reform was a front and center issue for 2013 and the attention it is garnering, as well as its detractors, show no sign of slowing down. Ward Melville high school was one of four stops in New York for state education commissioner John King. Watch as Setauket Elementary School teacher Eric Gustafson brings the crowd to its feet with a rousing speech.

-DA: Alleged Stony Brook Rapist Also Conspired to Kill Victim, Witness
Local residents were stunned at this violent crime that happened in their quiet town. Cops: Man Shot, Killed in Setauket HomeThe victim, Ross Reisner, was remembered as sweet, caring man and a was well known in the equestrian community.Ross Reisner Remembered as Accomplished Equestrian Who Always Made Friends Laugh


-Patch's on the spot coverage of the Common Core forum held at Ward Melville had many readers checking in to see what was happening.LIVE UPDATES: Common Core Forum Held at Ward Melville High School

-Police Called to Investigate Death at 150 Christian Avenue
A well known college party rental home was once again in the news; this time after a dead body was retrieved from the home.

-PHOTOS: Ward Melville Seniors Shine at Gatsby-Themed Prom
Always a big event that doesn't fail to disappoint. Senior donned Gatsby garb and partied the night away at Ward Melville High School's senior prom.

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