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At the Dr. Daniel W. Kissam House Museum property Noon to 4:00.

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Jericho Turnpike west of Route 110 in Huntington was closed Saturday afternoon following a crash between two sports utility vehicles that left a Cadillac Escalade overturned on its side.

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Today’s children are growing up in a world transformed by interactive media. As parents and others who care for children, how can we tell if these media are helping or hurting them? How can we make sure that their media environment supports their health and development?

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The 48-year-old Gladiator star and a friend had launched their kayaks from Cold Spring Harbor on the Long Island Sound, but lost their way as the sun went down.

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Two store workers, including store owner Mike Plackis, were unharmed when a Sport Utility Vehicle drove through Wall Street Cleaners today. Additionally, the passengers in the car were not injured.

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No doubt the traffic and parking situation in Huntington Village has exponentially worsened over the past few years. The situation is apparently so “out of hand” that a “Huntington Village Parking Consortium Group” was formed in order to examine the situation.

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The Huntington Town Board approved a resolution, at the July 24th meeting, to try and eliminate invasive submerged aquatic vegetation in Hecksher Pond, located in Huntington Village. During the summer months the pond is choked with invasive plant species such as Hornwart, which severely impacts the ponds recreational usage and additionally impacts the aesthetic views that the pond provides.

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Despite the rain the celebration to commemurate Finnegan’s 100th anniversary on Saturday evening was a huge success.

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Don’t miss this once in a lifetime celebration of Finnegan’s 100th year anniversary.

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Suffolk County Health Services (SCDHS) Commissioner James L. Tomarken announced today that the New York State Department of Health confirmed that a mosquito sample found in West Babylon has tested positive for West Nile virus. The positive sample was Culex pipiens-restuans collected on June 28th by an employee of the SCDHS’ Public Health Division. As […]

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