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In an effort to curtail criminal activity in Frazer Drive Park, in Greenlawn, the Huntington Town Board unanimously (5-0) passed a resolution commencing a pilot program of on leash dog walking within the entire park. Currently, and according to town code, dog walking is only allowed on paved parking areas only. The thought is that […]

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Every year this show is considered one of the premier antiques events on Long Island and consistently draws large crowds. There will be 66 dealers in room setting booths featuring 18th and 19th century American.  It is held at Harborfields High School, 98 Taylor Avenue in Greenlawn.  The event is sponsored by the Greenlawn – […]

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Sometimes out of tragedy good things happen. Mick Hargreaves was brutally attacked on July 31, 2011, on his way home from the debut performance of his band, Mick Hargreaves and The King Guys.  The attack left him with head injuries and mounting medical bills since he does not have insurance.  His friends have gotten together to help out.  Last week, on September 18th, they […]

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The Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association
Presents
The 33rd Annual Pickle Festival
at The John Gardiner Farm
900 Park Avenue
Saturday, September 22
11:00 – 4:00
Featuring homemade pickles, jams, jellies, farm grown vegetables, baked goods and family activity
$5 donation for adults; children under 12 free.  For more information call 754-1180.

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As of 1:23pm today there are 2,101 Huntingtonians without power. Elwood and South Huntington now lead the way respectively with 366 and 368 missing power. The Town administration wants you to call the 24 hour hotline to tell them you still do not have power so they can let LIPA know, the number is 631-351-3234.
Governor […]

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Double Tragedy In Greenlawn

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Michael Baldwin, who is a reporter for News 12, arrived at his home on Lafayette Street in Greenlawn to make an unthinkable discovery.  Baldwin explains, ” I saw the babysitter slumped over and I began to lift her up and I found my son underneath her and he was dead.”   Baldwin received a voice mail message […]

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Greenlawn Fireman’s fair has been a family tradition since 1906.  Huntingtonian’s cherish their volunteers fire departments because they give so much back to our local communities from their most important duties of saving lives and properties all the way to visiting classroom’s and hosting fair’s.  Greenlawn Fire Deparrtment’s fair is held every Labor Day Weekend.  […]

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(Greenlawn, NY 8/30/11 2:25pm)
These are some of the things that Hurricane Irene left behind in Greenlawn.
Some real dangerous and we called the police and town hall on it.
PICTURES FROM GREENLAWN
 

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Introducing Gene Cook

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Gene Cook was raised on Long Island and now lives with his wife and children in Greenlawn. Cook says he has chosen to run for Town office because he is “discouraged by the consistent unanimous voting records of the town board, does not believe its members are acting in the best interests of the people, and wants […]

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The Race Begins

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The ticket has been set for the Town Board, and the race begins. Lets hope they all focus on issues that are really important to Huntingtonian’s. The candidates are listed below the party line they will have on the ballot in November.
Republican Line:
Gene Cook
Herb Morrow
Conservative Line:
Gene Cook
Herb Morrow
Independence Line:
Gene Cook
Susan Berland
Democratic Line:
Glenda Jackson
Susan Berland
Working Families […]

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