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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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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating the shooting of a man in Greenlawn early this morning.

Omar Fuentes was standing with a group of people in front of 283A Broadway when a man approached the group, fired shots then fled on foot south of Broadway. Fuentes, 30, of Greenlawn, was struck twice in the […]

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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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Dear Editor.
 Prevention is one of the most important aspects of living a healthy and long life; however recent studies indicate that millions of children, adolescents, and adults in the United States do not receive crucial services such as routine screenings and annual check-ups.  Recognizing that preventive care is the key to good health and wellbeing, […]

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          The Town of Huntington recently recognized eight outstanding seniors for their volunteerism contributions to others in the Town.
          Chosen in a vote by their peers, the eight were selected with input from the Town’s senior clubs leaders and the Town’s Senior Division staff. Each of the honorees was chosen for […]

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Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini is invited to testify at a hearing entitled “Border Insecurity: The Rise of MS-13 and Other Transnational Criminal Organizations” before the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. The purpose of the hearing is to examine the presence and activity of gangs and transnational criminal organizations in American […]

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Sunday May 21, 2017 at 2pm Gene Cook announced to more then 250 guests at West Hills Day Camp Grounds during a wonderful family picnic that he was running for Supervisor of the Town of Huntington to replace multiple term Democrat Frank Petrone after 24 years in office.
Gene Cook has been a councilman for 2 […]

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