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Photo above: HCFAS Second Deputy Chief Dominic Heavey, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci, Huntington Town Councilwoman Susan Berland, HCFAS Chief Thomas Lemp, HCFAS Third Deputy Chief Keith Rubenstein, Huntington Town Councilwoman Tracey Edwards and HCFAS First Deputy Chief Kyle Rudden. 
Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) recently held their installation ceremony. It was a time to celebrate a […]

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Welcome to The Potting Shed

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Welcome to The Potting Shed, we are located at 4 Wall Street, Huntington Village.
                        Fresh Flowers:
The Potting Shed specializes in floral arrangements. We are a full line florist. We are available for weddings, funerals, parties and all events. We offer local & national delivery anywhere.
                    Silk Flowers:
Over the past several years The […]

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PARADE 2014: FOR 80 YEARS, A GRAND HUNTINGTON TRADITIONWhen: Sunday March 9th, 2014 @ 2:00pm
Where: The Parade Route will start just north of the Huntington Train Station along New York Avenue before turning west
onto Main Street ending at Saint Patrick’s Church
Place an ad in the 2014 Parade Journal

Parade Grand Marshal:  Dominick Feeney Jr.

It was the early 1930’s; the nation was in the grips […]

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Sitting out one of our many snowstorms this year in Huntington Village, I stopped in to Finnegan’s Restaurant and Tap Room, located at 5 Wall Street, Huntington, New York 11743 for an ice cold beer. The manager, Tom Forte, served me with a warm and friendly smile as soon as I sat down.

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The Heckscher Museum of Art hours have been extended. The Museum is now open Wednesday through Sunday until 5:00 pm.

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For more information about Eli Mollineaux, click here.

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FADO Restaurant is a cozy, intimate and authentic Portuguese/American Cuisine Restaurant.

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About six months ago a friend of mine said to me, “Have you tried the Chicken Coop yet, it’s out of this world?” Well I hadn’t until just the other day. I stopped by when I noticed a parking spot opened up in front of the restaurant.

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For 40 years, Gough’s photographs have appeared in magazines like Natural History and American Way and have graced the walls of Skippers in Northport, and Cassis and the Mediterranean Snack Bar in Huntington. A retired international air traffic controller, his photography reflects stolen moments from work and home and a vision of a simpler, more […]

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