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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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The Huntington Historical Society presents the Apple Festival:
Daniel Kissam House
434 Park Avenue, Huntington
Sunday, October 16, 12pm – 4pm
Admission is free
Apple specialities, Haunted Barn, Old Fashioned Games, Scare Crow Making,
Historic Craft Demonstrations, Story Telling
Tours of the Kissam House

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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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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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We asked Frank what he felt his most memorable moments were during his 50 years. Frank stated ” that going to fires and helping to put out those fires to help people” is his fondest memory. Frank has so many good memories about his service to the Huntington Fire Department over 50 plus years.
Douglas Marchi […]

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The closing of the Jack Abrams school can be directly tied to decades of discriminatory housing practices in the Town of Huntington. These housing practices can be traced back to prior to the destruction that is referred to as “Urban Renewal” and continues all the way through to the most recent Town Council meetings.
In 1969, […]

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As of 1:23pm today there are 2,101 Huntingtonians without power. Elwood and South Huntington now lead the way respectively with 366 and 368 missing power. The Town administration wants you to call the 24 hour hotline to tell them you still do not have power so they can let LIPA know, the number is 631-351-3234.
Governor […]

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Prattsville, NY is known by many from Huntington. Huntingtonians have spent time with friends and family members enjoying the outdoors in the immediate area surrounding Prattsville, including skiing at Windham and Hunter Mountains.
Prattsville was first settled around 1763, and was called Schoharie Kill.   An attempt during the American Revolution by the British and their Tory allies […]

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Outrage in Huntington

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TheHuntingtonian TIPS Line received a  message from Kathy in Huntington that there was still a very dangerous condition on Cliftwood Dr, Abbott Dr and Fort Hill Rd(see pictures in gallery). She emailed us at tips@thehuntingtonian.com and said “there is a sign at Cliftwood and Park Ave saying  Where is LIPA, Verizon and Frank Petrone?”.
The Huntingtonian went to […]

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