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Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, members of the Town Council and Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia joined with the Huntington Manor Fire Department September 9 in renaming Depot Road Park after Richard Wm. Holst, who suffered a fatal heart attack while responding to a fire near the park exactly eight years ago.
The Board and the Fire Department […]

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911 Huntingtonians Remembered

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God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 16 years ago on 9/11. As today with the Texas and Florida Storms taking live and property we pray again as Americans to come together and take care of our own. God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 16 […]

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The Huntington Community First Aid Squad, Huntington Manor Fire Department and Suffolk Police teamed up to assist a 40-year-man whose hand was partially severed while operating a power saw on Saturday morning, September 9, 2017, at about 9:45 a.m., at a home on Floral Avenue in South Huntington.
The victim was using the miniature circular saw to trim a […]

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Important Primary Day

This year, the registered Democrats in the Town of Huntington have an important choice to make as to who we would put forth to the general election in November, to run for Supervisor of our Town. Both Tracey Edwards and Darryl St. George are requesting our support going forward. In the past several […]

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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that critically injured a bicyclist in Huntington Station.
Naeem Iqbal was driving a 2007 Honda Accord westbound on Broadway and crossing Route 110 when he struck a bicyclist that was riding in the center of southbound Route 110 at approximately 7:55 p.m.
The bicyclist, Miguel […]

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Eight years to the day he died, a ceremony will be held to rename Depot Road Park after Richard Wm. Holst, honorary chief and longtime chaplain of the Huntington Manor Fire Department.
On Sept. 9, 2009, Richard Holst, 60, saw smoke coming from a bagel shop in a shopping center near where he lived. Mr. Holst […]

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Dear Editor,
 It has come to my attention that there are grumblings that I, Lisa Cook the wife of Town of Huntington Councilman Eugene
Cook, was the reason he dropped out of the race for Huntington Town Supervisor.  I feel compelled to set the record straight.
The truth of the matter is that my husband withdrew from the […]

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 ARTIST RECEPTION: Saturday SEPTEMBER 16 2-4PM
EXHIBITION DATES:  9/16 – 10/11
 
    FIGURE ABSTRACTIONS
 
 
The Alfred Van Loen Gallery at the South Huntington Public Library is pleased to announce a solo exhibit of drawings by Patricia Russac.  Her work will be exhibited from September 16th – October 11th, 2017 please join us at her reception on Saturday […]

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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
By now we’ve all heard about the devastation that Hurricane Harvey has brought to Texas and the surrounding areas. Not so long ago, we were the ones in need of assistance in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy; lets pay it forward! Community member George Schwertl has rented trucks to be driven to […]

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In response to racist graffiti that was discovered the morning of August 14, 2017 on a fence in Huntington Station on the corner of Depot Road, near Bogart Street, New York State Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci has asked that local law enforcement increase patrols in the area and has offered the following statement:
“After receiving multiple phone […]

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