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Marcellino Working To Win Any Way He Can

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On September 1, 2014, Senator Carl Marcellino and three of his paid employees filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court alleging that all 5191 signatures on the petitions of challenger Gigi Bowman are invalid.  The goal of the lawsuit is to keep Bowman’s name off the ballot in the November 4, 2014 general […]

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Board Approves Zoning For Elwood Housing Complex

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Last night at a packed Town Board meeting, the board voted 4 – 1 to approve the zoning change to accommodate the Seasons at Elwood Development on Elwood Road in East Northport.  Despite the fact that local residents submitted 5000 signatures on a petition, 4 of the 5 Town Council people approved the resolution. A […]

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The video below was created by Suffolk County and The Rocky Point School District in order to raise awareness about the increase in heroine use by young people.

Suffolk County Police Second Precinct officers responded to a home to find a young person passed out from an apparent heroin overdose.
This is a scene that has become […]

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Not My Child: Suffolk’s Drug Epidemic

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County Executive Steve Bellone, in partnership with the Rocky Point School District, announced the launch of a groundbreaking effort to alert parents to the dangers of substance abuse through a compelling public service announcement. Rocky Point School District is serving as the pilot school district, posting the PSA on its parents portal and requiring parents […]

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Three Murders In Three Weeks In Huntington Station

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Crime always seems to escalate in the summer months in Huntington Station.  Recently residents in Huntington Station claim to hear gun shots.  Most recently on August 3, 2014 2nd Precinct police officers responded to a Shot Spotter activation on East 2nd Street in Huntington Station. Responding personnel could not substantiate whether or not it was […]

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What “Season” Is It?

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On June 17, 2014 there was a public hearing to discuss the fate of the Oak Tree Dairy property on Elwood Road in East Northport.  The battle has been going on since 2012 when it was first announced that Engel Burman was interested in purchasing the property and asking for a significant zoning change.
At the […]

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Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a Huntington Station man early this morning.
Second Precinct police officers responded to 91 Wyman St. at 4:25 a.m. after a 911 caller reported a disturbance. When officers arrived, they found Larry Collins, who lives at the home, on the front lawn […]

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Update

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After the November 5, 2013 election a group of citizens decided to do a Voter Integrity Check.

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Petrone Highest Paid Supervisor In New York

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Today, John Gomez announced on his daily radio show that Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrone has handed in his retirement papers. Gomez explained “what this essentially means is that on top of collecting his $160,000 a year salary, he is going to get his retirement pension which will bring his annual intake to nearly $280,000”. Gomez […]

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