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Teacher Arrested for Touching Child In Huntington Station Supermarket

Suffolk County Police arrested a Wheatley Heights man, who is employed as a teacher, after he inappropriately touched a child at a Huntington Station supermarket.  

A man followed a woman and her three children while inside C-Town Supermarket, located at 1662 New York Ave., using vulgar language before touching the woman’s 9-year-old daughter on her […]

Approximately around 2pm March 16, 2017 police were out on an arrest warrant for suspect Christopher Jautze. They received a tip that he was at 17 East Rogues path in Huntington Station.  Once the police arrived to make the arrest the suspect ran into the neighborhood. The police assisted by the police helicopter and K-9 units […]

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Last week, March 7-10, 2017 eighteen DECA students from Whitman traveled to Rochester to compete in the 57th annual New York DECA State Career Conference. This year’s theme was “Build Your Future with New York DECA,” There were over 2,000 competitors, from 100 high schools in attendance. Our Whitman students came into the ‘States’ dedicated […]

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The Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) held its Inspection Dinner and Installation of Officers and Board of Directors Saturday, March 4, 2017.  The event was held at the Watermill Caterers in Smithtown.  Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia administered the oath of office to President John Palmieri who in turn swore in the Board of […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci recently joined Cub Scout Pack 66 to celebrate their annual Bridge Crossing Ceremony. The “bridge crossing” recognizes a Cub Scout’s advancement and initiation into the Boy Scouts of America. Lupinacci, a former Pack 66 Cub Scout, offered his congratulations and presented them with New York State Assembly Certificates of Merit.
“I was […]

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Getting It Done in Albany

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South Huntington’s Board of Education Vice President Nicholas Ciappetta spent the day in Albany March 7, 2017 talking with lawmakers about issues that concern the South Huntington School community. Our board vice president and lifelong South Huntington resident provided detailed explanations of the programs that make South Huntington shine. Together, the lawmakers and Mr. Ciappetta discussed […]

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Looking like a scene out of “Monster Trucks,” a pickup truck and a car collided on East Jericho Turnpike near New York Avenue in Huntington Station on Saturday night, March 4, at about 7pm. The front of the pickup truck ended up on top of the car’s hood following the crash. The Huntington Manor Fire […]

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Curated by Sherry Dooley
Opening Reception
March 11th, 2017
6-9pm
Showing through April 1, 2017.
RIPE Art Gallery
1028 Park Ave
Huntington, NY 11743
631-239-1805
www.ripeartgal.com
 
This curated National Group show will feature diverse female artists from around the country celebrating Womens History Month.

Participating Artists:

Rondi Casey- Huntington, NY
Caitlin Clifford- New Orleans, LA
Jenna Colby- Erie, PA
Sherry Dooley- Portland, Or.
Eden Folwell- Los Angeles, CA
Sueey Gutierrez- Massapequa, […]

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We are incredibly proud of Walt Whitman students Charles Ruotolo, Julio Taku, Scott McEntee, Brian Trifon, and Michael Seitz who have been selected for the Boys State program. This has been a program of The American Legion since 1935, which recognizes emerging young leaders throughout the nation. These talented young men will serve as the […]

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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives arrested three people for gang assault on Febrary 28, 2017 around 1pm. The arrest took place in the Lowndes/Columbia Street area.  The Jack Abrams Stem School went on lock down till end of school.  The police communicated with school officials about the arrest, no students were in danger at […]

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