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Armed Burglar Escapes Police Dragnet Last Night

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Social media last night went off the hook when people started reporting that the police helicopter and many police cars were scrambling around Lenox Road and Pulaski area of Huntington Station. People were reporting that the police helicopter was shining it’s flood light into their backyards. Some posted to lock your doors and stay inside […]

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The Rule of Law for Owning and Investing in Commercial and Residential Real Estate in Huntington, New York Seminar Hosted by Councilman Eugene Cook

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This seminar at VFW Post 1469 210 West Pulaski Road Huntington Station
promises to change the way you see local government and the protections available under the Rule
of Law for owning and investing in commercial and residential real estate in the Town of Huntington.  This seminar will illustrate why unnecessary applications and payments to local government […]

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$500 To Create A Change! What Would You Do? 

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Ideas Needed!
What would you do with $500? What about $1000
Each month Source The Station will provide a ‘Short-Term Action for Long Term Change’ Grant (or Action Grant for short) of $500 to a winning proposal with 50 Likes on Our Ideas Page, or $1000 for 100 Likes. Ideas can be resubmitted each month.
The next grant […]

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Sixth Annual Huntington Awareness Day Parade To Honor Retired Police Inspector, Wounded Police Officer and Community Leaders

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Saturday, September 12, 2015
11 a.m. parade start. Fair runs until 5 p.m.
New York Avenue, Huntington Station
Parade kicks off from New York Avenue and West Hills Road
Reviewing stand is at New York Avenue and Northridge Street
Fair is in the municipal lot on New York Avenue between Railroad and Church Streets
The longtime commander of the Suffolk County […]

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Three Children from Huntington Station in a Canoe Rescued on Long Island Sound

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Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau officers rescued three children in a canoe from the Long Island Sound on Monday September 7, 2015 at 6:43 PM.
Davin Miles, 12, his brother Kenyon Miles, 10, and their friend Chris Gurr, 12, all of Huntington Station, launched their canoe from Crab Meadow Beach in Northport to go fishing in […]

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LUPINACCI HONORS NEWEST EAGLE SCOUT IN SOUTH HUNTINGTON

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,I-South Huntington) recently joined the South Huntington community in celebrating William James Burton, of Boy Scout Troop 406, being granted the rank of Eagle. Burton, the second in his family to achieve this distinct honor, was joined by his family, friends, and fellow Boy Scouts this past Saturday.
“Today, we gather to celebrate […]

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Throwback Thursdays from December 12, 2012

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Petrone Votes a Raise for Himself & Cuts White Collar Union Pay 
Huntington’s white-collar workers union have agreed to a concession package that includes a two year pay freeze, a lag payroll for 2013 and a 10% health insurance contribution in the same budget year that Supervisor Petrone voted himself a $4360.00 pay increase. The approximately 200 member union membership, voted […]

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Town Officials Invite Reporters Onto School District Property Without Knowledge or Consent of HUFSD Officials

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On August 10, 2015, Town Hall officials took it upon themselves to create a photo op on the grounds of the HUFSD.  They did not bother to clear it with Huntington School District officials.  Superintendent Jim Polansky became aware of it when school district employees informed him that there were media crews talking to kids […]

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Honorees Chosen for 6th Annual Huntington Awareness Day Parade

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The longtime commander of the Suffolk County Police Department’s Second Precinct will be the grand marshal and
honors will be bestowed on a police officer wounded in the line of duty, a 101-year-old wartime aircraft worker, a volunteer chaplain at the VA medical center and two families with longtime contributions to the community as the Sixth […]

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Gateway Community Garden to Host 5th Annual Vegetable Sale

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On Saturday, August 15 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Gateway Community Garden will be hosting its 5th annual Sunripe tomato and vegetable sale; selling hand-tended, pesticide-free sun ripened tomatoes, cucumbers, okra, peppers, collard greens, herbs and more. All at below supermarket prices. Sales help support the garden, which is a nonprofit managed by volunteers.
All are […]

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