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Lupinacci, Smyth Celebrate Veterans at Nathan Hale VFW Post 1469 Awards Night

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Councilman Ed Smyth celebrated veterans Anthony Mastroianni, Bruce Brenner and Lou Bonsanti for their decades of service with the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Nathan Hale VFW Post 1469 for their
Awards Night Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
Anthony Mastroianni received his 65-year service pin. Bruce Brenner and Louis Bonsanti each received their 45-year service pins.  “It […]

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COUNCILMAN COOK SPONSORS RESOLUTION TO CREATE A CARBON FOOTPRINT PROGRESSIVE IMPACT FEE

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Councilman Eugene Cook is sponsoring a resolution to schedule a public hearing to create a Progressive Impact Fee, to allow the Town to reduce the carbon footprint on the environment. The basis of this fund will be a fee for industrial consumption of fossil fuels that will be required of certain large scale fossil fuel users and used to […]

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Civil War Reenactment Brings History Alive at Walt Whitman High School

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Join us as we take a stroll back in time to experience Union Mounted Calvary, the roar of Field Artillery, Union and Confederate infantry demonstrating
musket firing, Field Surgeons demonstrating the medical technology and reality of being wounded in battle, a look at a Women’s role with demonstrations
over a real campfire and an authentic taste of Victorian […]

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Huntington Town Board to Consider Designating The Teich House an Historic Landmark

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The Huntington Town Board, at its March 6th meeting, scheduled a public hearing to consider designating the The Teich House an Historic Landmark, approved work program agreements to help the Town expedite nutritious meals to homebound seniors at no cost to the town, and geared up for spring and summer events.
The Town scheduled a public […]

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Cergol Seeks Donations of Huntington Station Memorabilia

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Huntington Station – Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol is asking residents to help preserve Huntington Station’s history by donating artifacts and memorabilia chronicling the community’s past for an exhibit currently being assembled at the historic Max and Rosie Teich Homestead in Gateway Park.
The Teich Homestead, which was dedicated last December, is an early 20th century farmhouse […]

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Huntington Manor Firefighters Free Crash Victim

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The Huntington Manor Fire Department responded to a crash involving a car that
struck and snapped a utility pole on Old Country Road near Foxhurst Drive in South
Huntington, Sunday, February 25, 2018 at about 9:35 p.m. Firefighters used the “Jaws
of Life” heavy rescue tools to free the trapped female driver. The victim was
assisted by EMS crews […]

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Huntington’s 31st Annual Black History Month Program Will Highlight Contributions by Women of Color

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The Town of Huntington will mark its 31st annual Black History Month celebration February 15, 2018 by focusing on achievements and contributions women of color have made to scientific research, social service agencies, government and business.
The program will give special recognition to Huntington resident Margaret Breland, who spent nearly two decades as the director of the […]

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District Attorney Sini Announces Major Gang Initiative

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LAUNCH OF NEW GANG UNIT &
INCREASED COLLABORATION BETWEEN REGIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT

New Gang Unit Comprises Team of Attorneys and Investigators Dedicated to Prosecuting
All Crimes Committed by Gang Members in Suffolk County

Unit Will Employ Multipronged Strategy with Focus on Collaboration between Local,
State and Federal Law Enforcement Partners to Target and Eradicate Violent Street
Gangs like MS-13
Suffolk County District […]

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Huntington Station Man Arrested for Stalking 13-year-old Female

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Suffolk County Police have arrested a Huntington Station man for stalking a teen while she was walking to her bus stop for more than a month.
Celso Garcia Mendez approached a 13-year-old female and handed her a note as she was walking to her bus stop on Sixth Avenue in Huntington Station on February 8, 2018 […]

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New York School Bus Contractors Association Calls on Legislature to Increase Fines

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New York School Bus Contractors Association Calls on Legislature to Increase Fines for Illegally Passing a School Bus and to Provide Sales Tax Exemption for School Buses in the 2018-2019 Executive Budget
The New York School Bus Contractors Association is renewing its call for budget initiatives that will help taxpayers and school districts save millions of […]

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