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Collin Haber – Collin Haber, an Elwood UFSD student who also studied Theatre at Nassau BOCES Long Island High School for the Arts (LIHSA), was honored during the school’s Certificate Ceremony recently. He received the Long Island High School for the Arts award in the amount of $1,000 and will attend Temple University where he […]

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Councilman Eugene Cook is requesting all Huntington residents and business owners to let him know their thoughts on term limits for the elected officials in the Town of Huntington.  He is currently drafting legislation to schedule a public hearing for term limits and needs to know your thoughts on what you want for the Town […]

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Max Orza, a first grade student at Washington Drive Primary School in the Harborfields District, was recently recognized by Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D. as the winner of the annual “Be Pool Smart” poster contest in the 18th Legislative District.

“Max is helping us do something really meaningful by raising awareness about water safety and the […]

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Today, the New York State Assembly unanimously passed Assembly Bill 711-B, which will expand medical coverage for volunteers to cover diagnoses of cancer in relation to the duties they perform as firefighters. Passage of the NYS Volunteer Firefighters Enhanced Cancer Disability Benefits Act will grant volunteer firefighters a disability benefit package to help assist in […]

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          The Huntington Town board, at its June 13, 2017 meeting, took the next step toward replacing the aging Town Animal Shelter.  
          The Board authorized hiring L. K. McLean Associates of Brookhaven to provide the architectural and engineering services to design the new shelter, which will be located on Creek Road in Huntington Village, adjacent […]

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Cure Urgent Care Huntington, NY is a walk-in urgent care clinic which fills the gap between spending hours at the emergency room and waiting for days to see your doctor. You can walk in to a conveniently located Cure center, with no appointment necessary, and find board-certified physicians who are ready to provide you with […]

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Students, family members, faculty, administrators and board members gathered at Elwood-John H. Glenn High School on May 23 for the high school’s 55th annual Awards Presentation. The evening consisted of administrators and faculty recognizing students in the Class of 2017 for their high school success in the areas of academics, service and leadership. 
Principal Carisa Burzynski […]

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On Tuesday, New York State Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci made the following announcement: 
“I would like to officially announce that I will seek the position of Huntington Town Supervisor. The Town of Huntington is in need of a new direction to best prepare our communities and neighborhoods for the future. For too long our residents have […]

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It is with deep regret I announce my withdrawal from the Town of Huntington Supervisor race.
Prior to announcing my candidacy, I had conversations with the various party chairs in regards to the
importance of diversity that is needed on the Huntington Town Board that should reflect the residents in Huntington.
This is of extreme importance not only […]

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Elwood Middle School seventh-graders recently learned about how to analyze and identify DNA with the help of the Cold Spring Harbor DNA Learning Center. During the course of two days, the classes conducted an experiment with an educator from the DNA Center.  
The in-class forensic lab allowed students to look at chromosomes and sequencing DNA […]

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