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Huntington Matters Meeting Tuesday Dec 9th 7pm

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Please join us for our first meeting
TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED WILL INCLUDE:
* The Huntington Matters Movement and it’s future
* Huntington Neighborhood Watch
* Updates on Current Huntington partnerships, projects and events that impact every resident’s quality of life
* Open forum to express your ideas and contribute your gifts toward rejuvenating and […]

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Melville FD Welcomes New Chief

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (left), Melville Fire Chief Michael McKeefrey (center) and Town of Huntington Clerk, Jo-Ann Raia (right).
The new Fire Chief was welcomed at the 67th Annual Melville Fire Department  Inspection and Installation of Officers. As part of the evening’s ceremony, Michael McKeefrey was installed as the department’s new chief. McKeefrey is a former […]

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Alex Devarajan HHH Student Named Intel Semifinalist

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The Half Hollow Hills Central School District is very proud to announce Alex Devarajan, a senior at High School East, was one of
only 300 students nationwide to be recognized as a Semifinalist in the Intel Science Talent Search 2014. The Intel Science Talent Search is one of the nation’s most prestigious science competitions. High school […]

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Ruland Road Lawsuit Continues

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After several hours and dozens of speakers, the town board voted unanimously to delay the decision to settle the Ruland Road law suit.
The lawsuit was initially brought by the Huntington Branch of the NAACP, Fair Housing in Huntington Committee, Inc. (“FHHC”), and several plaintiff’s including; Athena Hawkins, Ian John and Lynda John, Jasmine Curtis, Shavonda […]

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Statement From Supporters of Ruland Road Project

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DFD Development Group held a press conference on December 3, 2013 at 11:00 in front of Huntington Town Hall.  They issued the following Press Release:
On June 25th, 2013, a settlement was reached on a decade-old law suit between the NAACP and the Town of Huntington regarding construction of affordable housing at Ruland Knolls in Melville.  […]

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I am writing on behalf of the Huntington Township Housing Coalition to express our strong support for approval of Ruland Knolls court settlement at the Huntington Town Board on December 10th, 2013.

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Expecting Parents & Baby Expo

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Expos Your Business, producer of business and consumer trade shows, will host the first Expecting Parents & Baby Expo on Sunday, October 6, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hilton Long Island in Melville.
The Expecting Parents & Baby Expo will provide educational seminars, sessions and exhibits dedicated to expecting parents, new parents […]

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Pregnant Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Motor Vehicle Crash at White Post Farms

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On Saturday, August 17, 2013 at approximately 4:00 p.m., Anika Vorndamme-Cajigal was standing near her car in the parking lot of White Post Farms, located at 250 Old Country Road, Melville.  She was struck by a 2004 Honda that was backing out of a parking spot. The foot of the Honda’s driver, Edward Henselder, slipped […]

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Man Seriously Injured in Motorcycle Crash

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On Saturday, July 27, 2013 at approximately 11:15 p.m., John Grant was operating a 1992 Harley Davidson motorcycle southbound on Pinelawn Road in Melville when he collided with a 1999 Volkswagen. The Volkswagen was driven by Dwight Bogle, who was travelling north on Pinelawn Road, and attempting to make a left turn into the Newsday parking lot […]

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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone recently detailed the conceptual design elements for the new Sweet Hollow Park, based on input submitted by more than 70 members of the community that had been seeking a park for many years. – See more at: http://thehuntingtonian.com/2013/07/03/petrone-details-design-elements-for-sweet-hollow-park/#sthash.2THlLDqV.dpuf

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