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Excavator Fire at Outback Steakhouse In Big H

Members of the Huntington Manor Fire Department extinguish a fire that engulfed an excavator at the rear of the Outback Steakhouse on New York Avenue in Huntington Station on Friday, August 10, 2018 at about 11:20 a.m. Two Huntington Manor fire engines responded under the direction of Second Assistant Chief Chuck Brady, and firefighters quickly […]

Man Arrested for Burglarizing Saint Hugh of Lincoln, Huntington Station

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Suffolk County Police, with assistance from the MTA Police, Tuesday August 2, 2018 at 2:35 a.m. arrested a man who burglarized a church in Huntington Station early this morning.
 
Julio Lebron broke a stained glass window at Saint Hugh of Lincoln, located at 21 East 9th St., entered and stole cash and checks at 2:35 a.m. The […]

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Dix Hills Fire Department Battles House Fire on Carll’s Straight Path

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Quick action by the Dix Hills Fire Department knocked down a bedroom fire in a home on Carll’s Straight Path on Saturday, August 4, 2018. Firefighters responded to the alarm at 1:06 p.m. and found a fully-involved bedroom fire on the second floor. First arriving crews began an aggressive interior attack on the blaze which was […]

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Huntington Manor Fire Department Hosts 30th Annual Charity Softball Game

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The Huntington Manor Fire Department hosted their 30th Annual Cops vs. Firemen Charity Softball Game on Sunday, July 29, at Peter Nelson Park on Oakwood Road. The friendly competition between Suffolk Police Officers from the Second Precinct and Huntington Manor Firefighters has raised over $125,000 for local charities since the first game was played in 1988. This year’s […]

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Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Hit and Run Crash On Broadway Greenlawn

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Suffolk County Police Major Case Unit detectives are investigating a hit and run crash that seriously injured a pedestrian in Huntington early this morning August 1, 2018.
 
Sair Rodriguez was walking on the southbound shoulder of Broadway at the intersection of Legacy Court when he was struck by a vehicle traveling southbound on Broadway, August 1 […]

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Three More Beaches Closed Due to Heavy Rainfall

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Other Beach Closures Lifted as of 3 p.m.
As of 3:00 p.m. today, three more beaches have been closed to swimming.
They are Tides Beach in the Town of Brookhaven and Valley Grove Beach and Prices Bend Beach in the Town of Huntington
The advisory is based on the potential that bacterial numbers in excess of New York […]

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5TH Annual Coral Park Co-Ed Basketball Tournament Brings Huntington Youth Together!

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Another Coral Park Basketball Co-Ed Basketball Tournament in the books! For the fifth year in a row, Suffolk County Legislator William R. Spencer and the Town of Huntington have worked with the community to host the Coral Park Co-Ed Basketball Tournament that took place this past Saturday. “The tournament has grown in size and in our hearts over […]

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HoHoHo Merry Christmas!.. In July?

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Ever wonder what Santa does on his time off? Didn’t make it to the Photos with Santa this past December? Come meet jolly ol’ Saint Nick at Little Shelter for Christmas in July!
 
Join Little Shelter & Santa for a fun afternoon of photography, snacks and furry goodness! With just a $10 donation to Little Shelter you can have a 5×7 […]

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Councilman Smyth Responds to Opioid Overdose

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On July 16, 2018 and 19 2018, Councilman Ed Smyth and Senator Carl Marcellino hosted a Narcan Training event to help increase understanding and awareness of fatal overdoses related to opioids and the impact it is having on our communities.  
Teaming up with New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services and the Northport-East […]

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Town of Huntington Hires Seasoned Mediator to Resolve LIPA Lawsuit and End Costly Litigation

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At its July 17, 2018 meeting, the Huntington Town Board entered into a mediation agreement to resolve the LIPA lawsuit. The Town Board also approved tax-saving and revenue-producing measures, beautification projects, a skin cancer prevention initiative, and dedicated a street in the name of a local World War II veteran, among other Town business.
 
The Town […]

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