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Dix Hills FD Responds to Garage Fire

Dix Hills Fire Department volunteers were dispatched to an automatic fire alarm at a house on Dulce…

Huntington Woman Killed In Crash

On Saturday, April 18, 2015, Tracymarie Verme was driving a 1997 Lexus westbound on Central Street,…

LUPINACCI INTRODUCES COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY LEGISLATION

A leading voice for college students statewide who rely on New York’s Tuition Assistant Program…

An Evening of Live Music at Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre, April 16

Americana artists Claudia Russell and Bruce Kaplan from Northern California share a bill with New…

Melville Man Killed in Motor Vehicle Crash

Stephen Puleo, 52, of Melville, was walking westbound on the Long Island Expressway, west of Exit…

“Don’t Eat This!” Juried Art Show

Call to Artist, Entry Deadline April 26 Hi Artists – You can’t eat paintings of food but…

ART BYTES at LaunchPad Huntington

FREE EVENT / $5 SUGGESTED DONATION On Saturday Night, April 18th,  LaunchPad Huntington from 6-10 PM…

Man Stole $600 Wrench From Huntington Station Store

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking…

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Melville Resident Plans to Run for County Legislator

Letter From Melville Resident, Peter Nichols: I am running for county legislator in Suffolk’s 17th legislative district as a ‘write in’ candidate because I want to help pave the way for other citizens who would like to participate in the political process but feel they can’t because the rules put in place by the current two…

Study: 3 Out of 4 Car Seats Are Used Incorrectly

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, along with the Suffolk County Traffic & Parking Violation Agency (TPVA), the Suffolk County Police Department and the EAC Network, recently hosted a free child car seat safety inspection and education program for local motorists at the H. Lee Dennison Building in Hauppauge. Suffolk County Police Department personnel and EAC Network…

LI News Radio Witch Hunt Show

Witch Hunt Funded by Huntington Taxpayers Key sound bites from the John Gomez Show LI NEWS RADIO for Huntingtonians who did not catch it on the radio today. Part 1-5:36 to 12:00 Introduction into the Witch Hunt Part 2-18:32 to 23:26 Interview with Huntingtonian Kathleen Kufs Part 3-24:45 t0 42:40 Interview with Larry Kelly Attorney and Gene Cook Huntington…

Huntington Kids Featured in 48-Hour Disability Film Challenge

Ah, Hollywood– The land of perfect people and irresistible images. The entertainment industry is known to set examples of people with perfect skin, perfect teeth and perfect bodies. It is often criticized for the unrealistic editing of pictures to make celebrities look “better” than they already do, and being a poor example for children. This…

NYS Home Energy Assistance Program Benefit Extended to March 27th

County Executive Steve Bellone announced that the HEAP season has been extended to March 27, 2015. A second HEAP Emergency benefit for heat and heat-related emergencies will be made available effective Monday, March 9, 2015. The Regular benefit, Emergency benefit and second Emergency benefit components will all close Friday, March 27, 2015. “This emergency benefit will…

Arts & Entertainment

Huntington Kids Featured in 48-Hour Disability Film Challenge

Ah, Hollywood– The land of perfect people and irresistible images. The entertainment industry is known to set examples of people with perfect skin, perfect teeth and perfect bodies. It is often criticized for the unrealistic editing of pictures to make…

Internationally Acclaimed A Cappella Group Makes Tour Stop This Friday In Cold Spring Harbor

The oldest collegiate a cappella group, THE WHIFFENPOOFS of YALE perform throughout the year within the United…

Artist Exhibit: Mordechai Meles, Odyssey of Image

Huntington Public Library / Main Art Gallery 338 Main Street, Huntington, NY  11743; 631-427-5165 May 1- June…

Next for Arena Players: ‘Beauty Queen of Leenane’

 Comedy-Tragedy opens April 17 at Vanderbilt Carriage House Martin McDonagh’s The Beauty Queen of Leenane is…

Local Sports & Schools

Opt-Out Numbers for Math 2015 Tests -Local Districts

Reporting from South Huntington Schools -Superintendent Dave Bennardo reports the following: Mathmetics Assessment Participation Rates: District-Wide: 2655…

Library Budget Vote Results Town of Huntington

              Voting results from Tuesday April 14th 2015 Library budget and trustee votes from the Township…

Commack Best of Buddies Create Friendship Mural for Disabilities Awareness Week

In acknowledgement of Disabilities Awareness Week, the members of Commack Middle School’s Best of Buddies…

Italian-American New York State Legislators announce $10,000 in scholarships

ANDREW RAIA GIVING OUT $10,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS Today, Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,I,C-East Northport) is reminding current and future college students that the New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators is now accepting applications for four $2,500 scholarships. Applications are due by…

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