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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci recently joined friends and family to celebrate the birthday of Rabbi Ian Jacknis. Rabbi Jacknis, who celebrated his 60th birthday on April 2, is the Rabbi for the South Huntington Jewish Center in Melville.
“Rabbi Jacknis is known by his congregation for the enthusiasm with which he shares his beliefs,” said Lupinacci. “While […]

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We want to start with a HUGE thank you to all Source the Station members and community stakeholders who have contributed over the last 18+ months to the crowdsourced placemaking (CSPM) process in Huntington Station. Renaissance Downtowns is committed to co-creating a vibrant, mixed-use downtown in Huntington Station with a dedication to the triple bottom […]

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Update: Nancy Meta Rodriguez returned home unharmed at 10:45 p.m. on April 2.

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Editors note:  This letter was written in response to the the article Town Board’s Use of Eminent Domain Costs Tax payers Millions. 
Dear Editor,
Rotondo is only a part of the larger puzzle. The Town knew Rotondo was using this land in an illegal manner as more than a construction debris waste transfer site, less 1000 feet […]

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Regarding an article on the Rotondo property that ran in the March 6, 2014 edition of the Long Islander, it seems that Supervisor Petrone and the paper missed Councilman Cook’s point.

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Walt Whitman Birthplace Association and b.j. spoke gallery emphasize art in creative partnership for the Birthplace’s “Gathering House Gallery” Series.

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According to sources at the company, the plans for the parcel included a commercial project that would not have included any housing and would have resulted in approximately $250,000 annual tax revenue to the Huntington School District.

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The Huntington Manor Fire Department responded to a crash on Depot Road near Brewster Street in Huntington Station, Thursday night, March 6, at about 9:40 p.m.  Upon arrival, firefighters found a Kia sedan resting precariously on its side after crashing into a guardrail and a tree with the driver trapped inside. Firefighters stabilized the overturned […]

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Knock Out High Produce Prices!
Go Organic, Grow Your Own
Learn How At :
An Organic Vegetable Gardening Workshop

Vegetable prices are expected to spike this year because of the severe drought in California. How can you give your family a bounty of fresh, organic vegetables at prices you can afford?
By growing your own anywhere you have sun and […]

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Man Slashed In Huntington Station

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Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate three men who slashed a man in Huntington Station in December.

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