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Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, members of the Town Council and Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia joined with the Huntington Manor Fire Department September 9 in renaming Depot Road Park after Richard Wm. Holst, who suffered a fatal heart attack while responding to a fire near the park exactly eight years ago.
The Board and the Fire Department […]

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911 Huntingtonians Remembered

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God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 16 years ago on 9/11. As today with the Texas and Florida Storms taking live and property we pray again as Americans to come together and take care of our own. God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 16 […]

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Important Primary Day

This year, the registered Democrats in the Town of Huntington have an important choice to make as to who we would put forth to the general election in November, to run for Supervisor of our Town. Both Tracey Edwards and Darryl St. George are requesting our support going forward. In the past several […]

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The Northport-East Northport School District held its annual Superintendent’s Conference Day on Sept. 1 at Northport High School, where Superintendent of Schools Robert Banzer kicked off the morning with a warm welcome to all staff.
“We’re excited to see what this year holds,” Banzer remarked, “and to see what new avenues we can take to reach […]

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On Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 the Harborfields Central School District welcomed students back for the 2017-18 school year. At Harborfields High School and Oldfield Middle School, students connected with old friends, set up their lockersand compared schedules with classmates.
At Thomas J. Lahey Intermediate school, students were excited to be back,and to participate in first day […]

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On Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 the Elwood Union Free School District started the 2017-18 school year. Students were all smiles getting off the buses, greeting new teachers and both old and new friends.
At James H. Boyd Intermediate School, students unpacked their school supplies into their desks and got acclimated with their classmates through “getting to […]

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Immunizations available for adults; no cost with most insurance plans
 
To help customers stay healthy this flu season, vaccinations are now available at all Stop & Shop in-store pharmacies. Flu vaccinations are administered by Stop & Shop’s in-store pharmacists, with no appointment needed.
“We’re glad to make it even easier for our customers to protect themselves this […]

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Eight years to the day he died, a ceremony will be held to rename Depot Road Park after Richard Wm. Holst, honorary chief and longtime chaplain of the Huntington Manor Fire Department.
On Sept. 9, 2009, Richard Holst, 60, saw smoke coming from a bagel shop in a shopping center near where he lived. Mr. Holst […]

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The Harborfields and Smithtown varsity girls swim teams came together on Wednesday August 30. 2017 at the Centerport Yacht Club for a mile long pool swim to raise money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment through the Swim Across America organization.  Harborfields has participated for the past 3 years and was happy to […]

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In anticipation of school starting next week, Harborfields High School held its annual Buddy Program on Aug. 29. This program helped introduce incoming freshman to the high school with an upperclassman as their guide.
Assistant Principal Christopher Patronaggio welcomed the Class of 2021 to high school and encouraged them to use the day to ask as […]

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