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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci has joined forces with American Legion Greenlawn Post 1244 to support veterans and families in need.
Lupinacci’s district office is a drop-off point for the Legion’s “Operation Enduring Care” food and supply drive. The drive is organized by Greenlawn Fire Department firefighter, U.S. Army veteran and Post member Al Statton, who collects critical […]

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Today, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone discussed the preparation underway for potential snowfall predicted for this weekend and the County’s winter weather protocols.   County Executive Bellone was joined by representatives from various county departments, including the Suffolk County Police Department, Department of Social Services and Department of Public Works.
“Although no amount of preparations can prepare […]

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Learn about humankind’s earliest attempts to convey movement through still images and projected images to tell a story. Covered are pre-historic times, 1400s through 1600s, the development of the Cinema as an art form in the 1800s, and up to the early 1920s. Jim Knusch is a cinema historian, cinematographer, videographer, photographer, and writer for film and video publications, e.g., FilmFax, Psychotronic Video, Film Comment. Currently his articles appear regularly on the website Zombo’s Closet. Open to all. Call 631-427-5165 to reserve your spot.

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Kirsten Maxwell, recognized by many for her unique voice, blends a background in classical music with folk, country, and contemporary genres. Compared to singers like Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell, Kirsten’s lyrics and melodies shed new light on the sounds and messages of an earlier era. Open to all. Call 631-427-5165 to reserve your spot.

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In 2008, President Barack Obama won a historic election promising hope and change and to unite all American’s by rising above partisan politics.  Tonight’s State of the Union echoed those ideals. Sadly, after eight years of President Obama’s leadership, our nation stands more bitterly divided — in more ways than one Stated “Lupinacci”.
Lupinacci goes on […]

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Inaugural Suffolk County Marathon & Half Marathon Raised Approximately $160,000 for Local Veterans Applications due by January 29, 2016
 
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced today that grant applications for local organizations serving Suffolk County veterans are now available.   The approximately $160,000 of net proceeds generated from the Inaugural Suffolk County Marathon & Half Marathon will […]

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci joined in the celebration of Huntington’s three newest Eagle Scouts during a Court of Honor ceremony at Halesite Firehouse Sunday evening January 3, 2016.
Joined by Suffolk County Comptroller John Kennedy, Lupinacci honored Christopher M. Mancini, Peter J. Ciccone III and Joseph Dammers, each of whom were elevated to the highest rank a […]

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Below find the Program, Pictures and the Audio of the 2016 Town of Huntington Inaugural Ceremony.
Click below to listen to the entire Ceremony.
http://thehuntingtonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/2016ceremony.mp4
 
 
 

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Those In Blue Protecting You Huntington NY– Report Our intention in publishing crime stats is to provide the facts for our readers. Too often reality is overshadowed by perception. This is the reality as reported by the police. We include all the arrests and incidents for the specific time period and it is taken directly […]

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Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) participated in the 6th annual Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter’s (HSLQ) Toy Drive on Saturday December 19th, 2015 at 1399 New York Avenue in Huntington Station. HCFAS had agreed to “adopt” a family they had responded to on a previous call. On Friday, November 13th, 2015 there was […]

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