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Dear Friends,
When I think of Councilman Eugene Cook, three words come to mind: integrity, dedication and honesty. Since I was elected to office in 2012, Eugene Cook has been a reliable inter-governmental colleague whose work ethic is second to none. Eugene Cook is a great representative for the Town of Huntington and the right candidate […]

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At last night’s Meet the Candidates Night hosted by the Half Hollow Hills PTA, a Question was asked by a citizen that described himself as being on the spectrum.
Erich Pries stated, “8 percent of our population has Autism. I have not heard anything about it. I am on the spectrum myself and I run a respectful […]

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To Read the letter to the editor while listening to the show CLICK HERE.

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Democrat Andrew Merola’s Opinion on Election:
With the election for Huntington Town Board looming, and the reality that I will not be on the ballot well behind us, I’ve had to think long and hard about who I’d be voting for this year. We need change, that is clear. We need to remove these career politicians […]

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While town officials grapple with millions in potential cuts to the all-volunteer Huntington Community First Aid Squad, Huntington Councilwoman Susan Berland has been hitting up taxpayers to cover her commutes to ribbon-cuttings and photo-ops. After reviewing Berland’s mileage it appears she overbilled the taxpayers to the tune of 40%.
In more than 100 examples, Councilwoman Susan […]

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Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. James L. Tomarken announced today that two mosquito samples have tested positive for West Nile virus. The mosquito samples, Aedes japonicus and Aedes vexans, were collected on September 30 from Bay Shore (1) and October 6 from Greenlawn (1). This year, 200 mosquito samples tested positive for West Nile virus. […]

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Haunted Skies, a popular seasonal show created by the staff of the Vanderbilt Planetarium, has returned again for Halloween.
 

 

Photo by Steve Moore

Take a journey of exploration into the origins of this magnificent and often misunderstood holiday. Travel to the ancient past to uncover the legends and rituals of Halloween, and gain insight about why we […]

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“I Support Jennifer and urge the residents of Huntington to do the same”
From the office of Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci:
Over the past five years, I have had the pleasure of developing a strong relationship with Jennifer Thompson. Ms. Thompson, a Northport-East Northport School Board member, is a strong and hard-working individual who is committed to […]

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SADD Presents: Recovery, Awareness, and Prevention Week
Huntington, New York-Northport High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) will be dedicating an entire week to cultivating prevention, supporting recovery, and promoting awareness of drug and alcohol abuse. SADD has partnered with the Northport-East Northport Drug and Alcohol Task Force, County Legislator Doc Spencer’s office, the Northport Police […]

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