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On Monday, December 29, 2014, at approximately 2:26 p.m. a man on a bicycle collided with an SUV in Huntington Station.  The bicycle was heading down Fairground Avenue and the SUV was heading westbound on Pulaski.
The driver of the SUV and the car behind her who witnessed the accident, pulled off the road on Pulaski […]

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Today as technology moves at such a rapid pace, parents need to be ahead of the curve. Teens are using social media like Facebook, Twitter, Yik Yak, etc. to talk about parties. The word can get out in seconds causing hundreds of teens to show up an overrun a home.
There have been recent cases of […]

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Shots Fired Again Into A Home

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According to Police records at 3:30 pm on December 26th Shots were fired at a home on East 3rd Street in Huntington Station.  No one was hurt per the police report.  2nd squad detectives are still investigating this incident.  If anyone has information that can help the police please call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at […]

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This story was original posted Sept 29th, 2011.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This is how a typical case of a home with code violations goes through the system in the Town of Huntington. This is intended to give the reader a clear picture of why the the illegal housing problem is growing and is destroying the quality of life and contributing to the high taxes throughout our town. Since […]

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This post was originally posted on September 30, 2011. Does one of these properties have anything to do with the current police activity posted today? The Huntington Station Violent Crimes Task Force was formed in July 2014 as part of a proactive overall strategy to reduce crime in Huntington Station. Since its formation the task […]

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Shots Fired in Huntington Station

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According to the Suffolk County Police “An unoccupied, parked car was struck by bullets on Mulford Ave around 4:30 a.m.” today 11/26/14. Shot Spotter picked up this information for the Police. Police arrived and taped the area off. This is near the same area that Maggie Rosales was murdered in October. Police have been busy […]

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In the video below, Peter Sloggatt speaks on behalf of The Long Islander Newspaper at the November 6, 20014 Town Board Meeting.
After Councilman Gene Cook asked for a Federal Investigation into the Town Board, the Long Islander Newspaper issued an editorial called Long Islander News Calls For State Investigation. At  first look, people who are aware […]

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A few weeks ago, an e-mail that was written by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson was somehow intercepted and forwarded to many people and news organizations including this one.  It is unclear how the e-mail was leaked but it has been substantiated.  The e-mail which was addressed to undisclosed recipients appears to be Mark Cuthbertson attempting to […]

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This article was originally published on November 2, 2011.
The Huntingtonian was trying to obtain information regarding the rental registration law as required by Town Code (see below).  We believe the law was passed with legislation in 2002 and recently amended to include Section 8 dwellings which were previously excluded.  We were under the impression that […]

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