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On Friday, July 28, 2017 President Trump will speak at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood and see first-hand the effects MS-13 gang violence has had on the Islip hamlet. In the wake of gang violence that has taken place in the 12th Assembly District over the last year, President Trump plans to show his […]

The Town of Huntington Fire Chiefs Council recently presented their annual Scholarship Awards to students affiliated with the town fire and rescue services. Chiefs Council President John McDonough presented the scholarships to Alyssa Feld of Dix Hills, Alexandria Strievski of East Northport, Alexandria Boronow of Eaton’s Neck, Ryan Tschirhart of Eaton’s Neck, Douglas Knoph of Centerport, Molly Cross […]

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          For the sixth consecutive year, Huntington’s budget presentation has won recognition from the national organization representing government finance professionals.

          The Government Finance Officers Association recently notified the Town that it met the criteria for a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the 2017 Town budget. The award followed a review by a panel drawn from […]

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All performances begin at 8:30 PM (except Tuesday Night Family Series which begins at 7:30 PM) at the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Heckscher Park, Huntington.

 

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Family Night
Tuesday, July – 25th
“CINDERELLA” – Broadhollow Theatre Co. 
 
The timeless, “rags to riches” fairy tale in an adaptation that […]

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Just a reminder of Wednesday’s Community Conversation July 26, 2017 6pm at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center. 
Each month a topic of conversation will be chosen by the community and it will be discussed the following month we will bring in guest speakers for certain topics. We hope to see you there please help us spread the […]

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Dear Everyone,
After much deliberation and many logistical calculations we were left with no choice but to cancel the 2017 Musicfest.
We have had an amazing summer so far at Huntington Lighthouse and thanks to your generous support,
progress has been made on the critical repair work.
The restoration process that began last fall has made great strides and […]

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Opening Reception
Portrait of an Artist
Tomorrow, Friday, July 21, 2017
6-8 pm
Main Street Gallery
213 Main Street
Huntington, NY 11743
 
Join us as and Juror Dan Christoffel, for the Opening Reception of
Portrait of an Artist on display through August 12, 2017. This is a free event, all are welcome to attend.
Featuring the work of; Lawrence Aarons, Linda Adelstein Watson, Shain Bard, John […]

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County Department of Health Trained Over 9,000 Residents, Saved Over 3,000 Lives Since Inception of Pilot Program
County Executive Announces Upcoming Opioid Overdose Prevention Class on Monday, July 31, 2017
 
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced an upcoming Opioid Overdose Prevention Class in commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the rollout of Suffolk County Department of Health’s Opioid […]

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During the Northport-East Northport School District’s annual reorganization meeting on July 6, 2017 the board prepared for the 2017-18 school year by swearing in trustee Donna McNaughton for another term. She will serve for three years.
In addition, Board President Andrew Rapiejko and Vice President David Stein were reelected to hold their positions and were sworn […]

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The Elwood Union Free School District’s Board of Education held their annual reorganization meeting on July 6, 2017 in preparation for the 2017-18 school year. Although unable to attend the meeting, Julia Fried, who was elected to serve on the board for another three-year term, was named president of the board as well in a […]

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