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Man Arrested in Huntington for DWI and Operating a Motor Vehicle Without an Interlock Device

Suffolk County Police today arrested a Bay Shore man for driving while intoxicated, Operating a…

Father, Two Sons Arrested On Drugs, Weapons Charges in Huntington Station

Suffolk County Police arrested a man and his two sons on drug and weapons charges…

Six Injured in Dix Hills Two Vehicle Crash

Dix Hills Fire Department volunteers responded to a two-vehicle crash that resulted in six injuries…

Wanted for Grand Larceny at Microsoft Store

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are seeking the public’s…

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Huntington Summer Arts Festival Week 2 – June 30th – July 5th

The 50th Anniversary Huntington Summer Arts Festival Week 2 – June 30th – July 5th   All performances begin at 8:30 PM, besides the Tuesday Night Family Series performance at 7:30 PM. Located on the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park, Huntington.   For A Complete Season Performance Schedule Click Here     Tuesday, June 30th – “Shrek”   The Plaza Theatrical Productions will perform the…

Suffolk County Department of Health Services Upcoming Meetings

The Open Meetings or “Sunshine” laws of New York State and Suffolk County give the public the right to attend meetings of public bodies, listen to the debates and watch the decision-making process in action. The laws also require that notice of the time and place of all meetings be given prior to every meeting. Following…

Editorial: Time For Real Democrats To Stand Up

If you are a registered Democrat in the Town of Huntington you need to mark the date of September 10, 2015 on your calendar.  That is the date of the Democratic primary.  It is the first time in many MANY years that Huntingtonians may be able to elect a candidate that is not connected to…

Jerome Peter Wallin, Veteran, Longtime Resident & former Huntington Official Dies at 94

Jerome Peter “Jerry” Wallin, longtime resident, lawyer and former Huntington Assistant Town Attorney, died June 21, 2015.  He was 94.  Born on April 21, 1921 in Brooklyn, NY where he was raised, Jerry attended Brooklyn Preparatory School and Brooklyn College, graduating from the latter in 1943.  He later earned his LLB from St John’s University School…

Six Injured in Dix Hills Two Vehicle Crash

Dix Hills Fire Department volunteers responded to a two-vehicle crash that resulted in six injuries on Deer Park Avenue and the South Service Road of the Long Island Expressway on Monday, June 22, at about 9:30 p.m. Four adults and two children suffered injuries and were transported to Huntington Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital by Dix…

Arts & Entertainment

Huntington Summer Arts Festival Week 2 – June 30th – July 5th

The 50th Anniversary Huntington Summer Arts Festival Week 2 – June 30th – July 5th   All performances begin at 8:30 PM, besides the Tuesday Night Family Series performance at 7:30 PM. Located on the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park, Huntington.   For A…

Huntington Station Scavenger Hunt Hosted By Source The Station

From Source The Station: Don’t miss our Summer Scavenger Hunt Next Month! Save the Date for Huntington…

Chapin Family Show Rescheduled Monday, June 29th, 8:30pm

The Chapin Family Concert, which was to kick off the 50th Anniversary of the Summer…

Cancelled:Summer Arts Festival To Begin 50th Season with Concert & Ceremony in Honor of Harry Chapin

CANCELLED Saturday, June 27th – The Chapin Family We are working on trying to reschedule this performance. As…

Sports & Schools

Commack Students Grow Fresh Produce for Community Members

Commack High School is helping to feed the hungry. Science teacher, Ryan McGrath, with the…

Lupinacci Welcomes Students From Silas Wood To Albany

Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci recently welcomed an intelligent and vibrant group of sixth graders from South…

South Huntington Presents Michael S. Curtin Citizenship Awards

Michael S. Curtin was a Sergeant in the NYPD and on September 11, 2001 tragically…

Community Outreach from Home Depot Transforms Butterfly Garden at Sawmill

The third grade students at Mandracchia-Sawmill Intermediate School in Commack have been studying the life cycle of insects. They “raised” Painted Lady butterflies, and as a culminating activity, the students released the butterflies into the school’s butterfly garden. The garden had…

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