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Raymond Spatafora is a lifelong resident of Huntington Station and a Walt Whitman graduate class of ‘73.
He joined Huntington Manor Fire Department in January 1982, retired after 26 years and is now a Life Member. Raymond worked 32 years in the HART bus system with a more than $2 million budget, responsible for heavy equipment, […]

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Shootings At Lincoln Apartments – Update

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Two Of Three Victims Live In Properties that are LLC’s owned by Don Pius.
Darius Howard, 16, Devon White, 18, and Philip Perez, 22, were sitting in a vehicle parked at the Lincoln Apartments in Huntington Station at approximately 3:15 p.m. when a large group of males surrounded the vehicle and at least two members of the group fired […]

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Multiple Shots Fired At Lincoln Apartments

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Shooting at Lincoln Farm Apartments. Unconfirmed reports that 3 people have been shot. Police car involved in an accident as a result of this incident.  Neighbors claim this is a regular occurrence at Lincoln apartments and they are fed up. Police choppers are currently searching the area.  More to follow.
 

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Huntington Public Library – Programs for Kids

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Gobble, Gobble Cupcakes
Wednesday, November 16
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Youth Program Room, Main Street Library
Decorate adorable turkey cupcakes with cream, candycorn, oreo crumbs, and other yummy decorations.
 
 
 
 
 
Afternoon at the Movies
Cars 2 (rated G, 106 min)
Friday, November 25
2:00 pm
Station Community Room
Star racecar lightning McQueen and the incomparable tow truck Mater take their friendship on the road from […]

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We received several requests to repost this letter, so here it is…
In response to a shooting that occurred in September 2009, the county held a forum to address growing concerns of safety in Huntington Station.  Frank Petrone, Mark Cuthbertson, Glenda Jackson, and Susan Berland did not show up to the forum.  Stu Besen who was […]

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Firefighters, EMS, Hold LIRR Emergency Response Drill

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The Huntington Manor Fire Department and Huntington Community First Aid Squad recently held an Emergency Response – MCI (Mass Casualty Incident) Drill simulating the collision of an LIRR train and a vehicle with multiple injured patients. The training exercise was held at a railroad siding near the squad’s facility on Railroad Street in Huntington Station.  Assisting agencies […]

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Assemblyman Jim Conte (R,I,C,WF-Huntington Station) today joined members of the Huntington Manor Fire Department, relatives, and friends to honor volunteer firefighter Richard Holtz during a ceremony at the New York State Fallen Firefighters Memorial on Albany’s Empire State Plaza. Richard, who died tragically in 2009 in the line of duty after responding to a pre-dawn […]

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Broken Promises From Town Board?

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Broken Promises, Failed Policies, or Lip Service?
For well over a decade Huntingtonians have been promised Revitalization of the Huntington Station community.  We hear the same promises over and over.
 
“The community of Huntington Station has gone through difficult times, but NOW ITS COMEBACK TIME. With input and guidance from those who work in the station and […]

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Huntington Manor FD Mourns Ex-Chief Charles Hoffmann

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Photo above left: Charlie Hoffmann, second from left, is pictured with the Assistant Chiefs at his installation into office as Chief of the Huntington Manor Fire Department in 2000. From left are Mike Pastore, Charles Hoffmann, John Glidden, and Peter Nelson. Chief Nelson, also a New York City firefighter with Rescue Company No. 4, was […]

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Note: Normally, the Huntingtonian provides very specific details in our stories.  In this story, we make reference to homeless shelters, sober houses, and other homes that are owned by the Town.  Because of the delicate nature of the situation and because children are involved, we have decided not to release the addresses of these dwellings.  […]

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