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Petition Circulating To Re-open the SCPD Annex in Huntington Station

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The Huntington Station community has been promised that there will be immediate action in response to the recent violent crimes in Huntington Station.  Residents have made it clear that they no longer want lip service, they want action.  In response to the promise made by the town, county and the police department, community members are […]

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Officers Help Revive Infant In Huntington Station

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Two Suffolk County police officers helped revive an infant who was having difficulty breathing in Huntington Station today.
Second Precinct Patrol Officer Michael Lavrovsky and Police Officer Joseph Reilly were dispatched to a call of an infant in respiratory distress on 1st Ave., at approximately 4:10 p.m. The officers arrived within two minutes and upon entering […]

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Residents O’Donnell and McGoldrick Blast The Town Board & Police

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Editor’s note: The content of this video is not suitable for children. This video is large and may take some time to appear especially on Mobile devices.
In the video below, Mr. O’Donnell and  Mr. McGoldrick, two lifetime residents of the town, address the Huntington Town Board at the October 21, 2014 Town Board meeting.
They were outraged […]

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Xavier Palacios Addressing the Town Board During the March for Maggie

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Xavier Palacios is one of the founders of Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter (HSLQ).  He is a trustee on the Huntington School Board and an attorney with a practice in Huntington Station.
HSLQ is a movement from within the community with the belief that the solution to what ails Huntington Station “Is Up To Us.”
He […]

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As someone who was born and raised in Huntington I can say I’m truly disgusted by you, the rest of our elected officials, and the police force in the Huntington Station area over the utter lack of care throughout the past 18 months about the 4 violent murders that have happened in our neighborhood.

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Editor’s Note: Kelly wrote this note because of the violence that has surrounded her home, her friends, her family.  She was quite courageous in her thoughts and words below. As someone living in this community for 57 years this letter brought me to tears. What say you Frank Petrone? But better than that, what are […]

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This story was originally published on December 5, 2011.

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May The Memory of Maggie Motivate Us To Get Louder, Take Action & Demand More

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So this tragic murder of Maggie Rosales (RIP) is undoubtedly a flashpoint for us as a community. Regardless of the details, our grievances with our county and town’s elected officials and the misallocation of police resources to our communities does not waiver.

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Letter: Why Is The Town In The Real Estate Business?

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I was a witness to the exchange between Supervisor Petrone, Councilman Cuthbertson, and SD B.O.E. president Rogan at the last Town Board meeting. To say I am disappointed in our Town’s leadership is an understatement.

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Update From Renaissance Downtowns

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The following is a paid advertisement from Renaissance Downtowns
Over the last few months we have continued our efforts for development of our immediate opportunity sites, and finalization of our Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) that will provide much needed jobs, training and contracting to local Huntington Station and Town of Huntington residents.
As previously mentioned, Renaissance Downtowns […]

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