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The Melville Fire Department recently mourned the loss of Ex-Captain Robert Earley, Sr., 88, a dedicated and well-respected member of the department for 53 years who passed away on January 29, 2016. In June of 1932 when Robert was four-years-old, his father William retired from the NYPD. The family moved to Montague, NJ, where he […]

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County Executive Bellone and the Suffolk County Senior Citizen Advisory Board are pleased to announce that the Suffolk County Office for the Aging is now accepting nominations for the Senior Citizen of the Year Award.  This award recognizes a senior citizen who has significantly contributed to other seniors in a meaningful and important way, either […]

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Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci updated Half Hollow Hills PTA members on the status of critical educational issues during the organization’s annual Legislative Brunch on February 4.
The Assemblyman was one of several state officials, including New York State Senate Education Committee Chair Carl Marcellino, in attendance at the brunch, which also included Suffolk County, Huntington and […]

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The Melville Chamber of Commerce named Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci its Business Advocate of the Year for 2015 during an annual dinner held at the Colonial Springs Golf Club in Farmingdale on January 28, 2016.
The Assemblyman thanked Melville Chamber President David Gustin, Executive Director Ted Macaluso and all of the members of the Chamber’s board […]

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This Monday night, February 8, 2016 at a 7 PM Hearing at Town Hall, the Town is poised to allow for the first time, all single family homeowners to legally rent basement apartments. This will be the biggest zoning change in the history of the Town, yet no Public Hearings have been held.  Why? Because, it’s […]

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Suffolk County Police have arrested several people for multiple bank and gas station robberies that occurred in Suffolk County since last December.
A man entered the Shell gas station, located at 444 Commack Rd., Commack, on January 22, at approximately 7 p.m. After making a purchase, the man pointed towards his waistband indicating he had a […]

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Suffolk County Police arrested a registered Level 1 sex offender for having sexual contact with a minor in a motor vehicle at the Fort Salonga Shopping Center parking lot early in the morning of January
28,2016 at 12:10am.
Fourth Precinct Police Officer Dennis Lynch, on routine patrol observed a car parked in a darkened area of the […]

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Today, in Albany, Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci and his Republican colleagues released an extensive list of recommended solutions to help curb New York State’s growing heroin epidemic. ‘The Heroin Epidemic – A Report on Heroin Use, Treatment, Prevention & Education Efforts in NYS’ was crafted after months of input from law enforcement, health care providers, recovering […]

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Huntington Listens to Those Who Can’t Hear
New hearing loop in Town Board room improves audio clarity for those with hearing aids and cochlear implants
Persons with hearing loss should find it a little easier to follow the proceedings in the Town Board Room at Huntington Town Hall, thanks to the installation of a hearing loop that […]

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