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Special Events At The Cinema Arts Centre

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In the coming months Cinema Arts Centre will be hosting a number of important and interesting special events and screenings. Events include documentary films about Long Island communities and important social issues, Cinema For Kids events, Cult favorite movies, pop-up superhero drawing events, Stage-to-screen events, appearances from NYT best-selling authors, and more!

Cinema for Kids: Early […]

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Elwood Seniors Commit To Collegiate Sports

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At a special ceremony held on Nov. 14, seven Elwood-John H. Glenn High School seniors committed to play the sport of their choice at a collegiate level. Coaches, family members and administrators were present to honor of the students’ hard work and dedication throughout their athletic careers.
“Although most people only see your performance on the […]

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Huntington Harbor Parade Of Lights! Friday November 23, 6:00 PM

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Suffolk County Marine Bureau Officers Assist Stranded Boater

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Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers assisted a boater stranded in the Long Island Sound just east of Eaton’s Neck at approximately 2:10 p.m. on Saturday the 17th.
 
Brian Curly was operating a 22 foot Striper bow rider approximately 200 yards off shore when he believed his boat struck something in the water and became disabled.
 
Curly, […]

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Legislator Spencer Wishes Beloved Snug Harbor Marine Business Owners Smooth Sailing After 35 Years Of Serving Boaters

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Legislator William R. Spencer M.D. joined the Village of Northport Mayor Damon McMullen and Trustee Tom Kehoe, to recognize John Miller and Mike Kempter, owners of Northport’s Snug Harbor Marine, for their 35 years of service to the boating community. The elected officials presented the local businessmen with proclamations to honor their long-standing stake in […]

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Community Generosity From Thomas J. Lahey School

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Fourth-graders at Thomas J. Lahey in the Harborfields Central School District worked together to sort and box 

nonperishable food items in record time on Nov. 15.  A schoolwide drive, in partnership with the Harborfields Alliance for Community Outreach (HACO), was held during the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving to collect food items for families in need, […]

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Buddies Practicing Thankfulness At Fifth Avenue Elementary School

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Kindergarten and fifth-graders came together at Fifth Avenue Elementary School in the Northport-East Northport School District to spend time talking about gratitude and creating hand-traced thankfulness turkeys on Nov. 15.
Fifth-graders from Mrs. Christine Shaw’s class partnered up with kindergartners from Mrs. Kathy Admunsen’s class to trace their hands to create a turkey and assisted […]

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Lupinacci To Join Sorrentino Family And Friends For 9th Annual Turkey Giveaway

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and other local officials will join Andre Sorrentino, Sorrentino Family & Friends and the Suffolk County Police Department for the 9th Annual Sorrentino Family & Friends Turkey Giveaway, where over 2,000 turkeys will be distributed, on Monday, November 19, at PAS Auto Body/Sorrentino Trucking, located at 627 New York Avenue, Huntington […]

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National Blue Ribbon Flag Raised At Elwood -John. H. Glenn High School

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The Elwood-John H. Glenn High School community held a special ceremony to celebrate the school’s National Blue Ribbon title on Nov. 15. A flag, announcing the title awarded by the United States Department of Education, was raised in front of the school.
Those in attendance included Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Bossert, Principal Mrs. Carisa Burzynski, district […]

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Lupinacci Touts $275,000 In Savings Thanks To Renewed AAA Bond Rating

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci credits Huntington’s recently renewed  AAA bond rating by Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s Investors Services for the Town’s recent refinancing move that saved taxpayers over $275,000.
 
“The agencies’ analysis and recognition of Huntington’s fiscal practices with the AAA stable rating allowed the Town to refinance outstanding bonds at a significantly lower rate,” […]

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