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Pedestrians Seriously Injured In Greenlawn Crash

Joanna Rigas, 80, and her husband, Andrew Rigas, 84, were walking southbound across Pulaski Road…

Draw Out! at Heckscher Museum

SPECIAL EVENT, Draw Out! Free Community Event, Sunday, October 5, 12:00 noon – 4:00…

Commack Coalition of Caring 5K Run/Walk

The Commack Coalition of Caring 4th Annual Red Ribbon Week 5K Run/Walk will be held…

Huntington Manor FD Remembers Peter Nelson on 9/11

The Huntington Manor Fire Department held a 9/11 Candlelight Memorial Service for Chief Peter Nelson,…

East Northport Woman Injured, Three Dogs Killed in House Fire

Suffolk County Police Arson Squad detectives and the Huntington Town Fire Marshal are investigating the…

Firefighters Respond to Huntington Crash

While returning from the scene of a building fire on Prospect Street in Huntington on…

“KISS CANCER GOOD-BYE” WALK IN HUNTINGTON’S HECKSCHER PARK

GELLERMAN ORTHODONTICS PRESENTS THIRD ANNUAL  “KISS CANCER GOOD-BYE” WALK IN HUNTINGTON’S HECKSCHER PARK  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13   Family…

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Editorial: Berland Needs Phone Call Reminder To Do Her Job

  On September 16, 2014, Huntington School Board President Emily Rogan spoke on public record on behalf of the entire Huntington School Board at the Huntington Town Board meeting. She explained that the School Board was asking for better support and communication from the Town Board.   You can see the video here.  Supervisor Petrone and Councilman…

Letter From The Chief of Halesite FD – Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives

On Sunday October 5th from 3:00-5:00pm, the Halesite Fire Department invites all residents and their families to our annual Fire Prevention Open House to learn about the importance of having working smoke alarms in the home and testing them regularly.…

Spooktacular Halloween Fun for Children at Vanderbilt Museum

The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum has planned some safe, creative Halloween fun for Pre-K and K-3 children in late October. Programs include stories, tours of the natural-history and artifact galleries, followed by a creative art project and, for grades 2-5, a Halloween party.…

New York State To Open Disaster Recovery Center for Flood Victims

Center to Provide Guidance to Residents Impacted by Historic Flooding.…

Arts & Entertainment

Spooktacular Halloween Fun for Children at Vanderbilt Museum

The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum has planned some safe, creative Halloween fun for Pre-K and K-3 children in late October. Programs include stories, tours of the natural-history and artifact galleries, followed by a creative art project and, for grades 2-5,…

Source The Station Meet Up At LaunchPad

Join us on Thursday, October 2nd as we talk tech & discuss great ideas for…

Haunted Museum & Festival

The Whaling Museum & Education Center of Cold Spring Harbor will host a family-friendly event…

The Boxcar Lilies, Americana Trio, Play Centerport on Oct. 4

The Boxcar Lilies, an Americana trio from western Massachusetts that has been wowing audiences with…

Local Sports & Schools

Editorial: Berland Needs Phone Call Reminder To Do Her Job

  On September 16, 2014, Huntington School Board President Emily Rogan spoke on public record on…

Commack Girl Scouts Recycling Efforts Pay Off

By Brenda Lentsch During their three years at Mandracchia Sawmill Intermediate School in Commack, Girl Scout…

Video: Petrone/Cuthbertson Get “Hostile” With Huntington School Board President Emily Rogan

Watch the video. Judge for yourself.…

Seventh Annual ‘Hispanic Heritage Month’ Student Essay Contest

For the seventh consecutive year, Cablevision’s Optimum Community and Olympusat, Inc. are proud to sponsor the “Hispanic Heritage Month” essay contest in recognition of the rich heritage of Hispanic Americans.  Open to middle-school (grades 6 through 8) and high-school (grades…

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