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School Budget Votes Today

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School Budget vote is today. Polls across Huntington Township generally open at 6 or 7 a.m. and close at 9 or 10 p.m. Check your school districts website for places and times.
Half Hollow Hills  http://www.halfhollowhills.k12.ny.us/
Haborfields      http://www.harborfieldscsd.net/
Huntington      http://hufsd.edu/
South Huntington    http://shufsd.org/
Northport     http://web.northport.k12.ny.us/
Elwood          http://www.elwood.k12.ny.us/
Commack     http://www.commack.k12.ny.us/
Cold Spring Harbor  http://www.csh.k12.ny.us/index.cfm
 
 

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Northport High Schooler’s Essay Honors Teacher

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While many Northport High Schoolers entered the “My Favorite Teacher” essay contest, a national event sponsored by Barnes and Nobles and run through the Northport Student Union, student Jane Nasta had her essay on her physics teacher Gregory Guido selected as the winner for the East Northport Barnes and Noble branch.
Guido will be entered into […]

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Gershow Recycling Donates the Use of 30 Vehicles to Ninth Annual Chuck Varese Vehicle Extrication Tournament

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Tomorrow Saturday May 14th, 2016  starting at 9 am the 9th Annual Chuck Varese Vehicle Extrication Tournament will take Place. It will take place at the Northport Fire Department Training Grounds Steer’s Pit, Corner of Steers Avenue and Clipper Drive Northport, NY.
In support of local fire departments and through the coordination of Robert J. Varese, Ex-Chief, Northport Fire […]

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Commissioner Sini Announces New Telephone Reporting Service Offered by SCPD

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T-Serve Unit aims to free up patrol resources and reduce response times
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini announced the formation of the T-Serve unit to facilitate documentation of non-emergency incidents over the phone while allowing patrol officers to respond more quickly to emergencies and other situations that require police response.
The Suffolk County Police Department […]

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ASSEMBLY MAJORITY BLOCKS TUITION ASSISTANCE INCREASE

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Majority members in the Assembly’s Committee on Higher Education voted May 10, 2016 to block Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci’s (R,C,I-South Huntington) proposed increase to the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Opposing members within the committee voted to hold Lupinacci’s bill (A.5809-A) from leaving committee, where it can expire at the conclusion of Legislative Session in June. […]

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Music Festivals Rock Long Island

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Rock fans, get your dancing shoes ready once again for Rich Rivkin’s annual series of multi-sensory events at scenic park locations, featuring live music performances, live painting and exhibiting by multiple artists, fun & games, massive bubbles, hula hooping, vendors, and gourmet food trucks.
This year’s festival season kicks off at Calverton Links, with Grateful Fest on May […]

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Suffolk Officials Honor ‘Top Cops’

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Twenty Three Officers Honored for Making the Most DWI Arrests in 2015 Suffolk Police Officer Joshua Parsons & Northport Police Officer Michale Gigante Among the Honorees
Suffolk County Executive Bellone, Suffolk County Police Department Commissioner Timothy Sini and Suffolk County Stop DWI representatives honored 23 police officers, including Suffolk County Police Officer Joshua Parsons, for leading the […]

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COALITION SUPPORTS LETTING VOTERS DECIDE ON PLAN TO PROTECT WATER QUALITY

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Proposal Would Expedite Implementation of Governor Cuomo’s Clean Water Plan for Suffolk County
 
April 25, 2016 Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone was joined by a bipartisan collection of elected officials, environmental activists and civic leaders to support a plan to reverse decades of nitrogen pollution of drinking and surface waters.  County Executive Bellone called for allowing Suffolk […]

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New Non-Profit Formed & Huntington Officially Launches Give A Dog A Dream

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Non-profit will raise funds to provide specialized services to dogs at Town’s animal shelter
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and the Town Council today announced the formal launch of Give A Dog A Dream, the not-for-profit foundation the Town formed to raise money earmarked for providing specialized services for dogs at the Town’s animal shelter.

Give A […]

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Benefit Shopping Event for North Shore Holiday House Gazebo Project at Rexer-Parkes, Huntington Village

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A Benefit Shopping Event will be held at Rexer-Parkes and Blush on Wednesday, April 20 from 6 to 9pm to aid North Shore Holiday House Gazebo Project.

Holiday House is a non profit, accredited, residential summer camp for young girls from economically disadvantaged families. Each summer the camp serves 200 girls from Long Island and is […]

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