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 Thursday, September 19, 2013 from 2pm – 4pm in the Small Meeting Room at the Cold Spring Harbor Library & Environmental Center, 95 Harbor Road, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724. 
Caring for an elderly loved one can be difficult.  There are many decisions to make and it is hard to know where to find good resources.  […]

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The Town of Huntington Highway Office secured a Stormwater Water Quality Improvement Projects/ New York State Department of Environmental Control (NYSDEC) grant

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Every Wednesday, Thursday & Friday evenings from 6 pm to 8 pm, children were invited to select a book to read and keep. There is still time to participate during this last week.

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Suffolk County Legislator William R. Spencer (D-Centerport) will join Northport Village officials and representatives from the Northport Chamber of Commerce, Northport Arts Coalition, and Northport Historical Society to announce that the Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization Citizen’s Advisory Board has approved Northport’s application for grant funding for a kiosk and information board project.  Residents will be […]

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A passing real estate agent took a closer look and found a brush fire blazing dangerously close to a home at 17 Suncrest Drive in Dix Hills, Sunday afternoon, August 18.

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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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The Dix Hills Fire Department recently honored Ex-Chief and past Commissioner Fred Reithel for his 50 years of outstanding and dedicated volunteer service to the department and community.

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Rich Hall For Working Families

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“I want to send the message to Huntington Station and particularly the Black community, no matter what happens don’t sell yourselves out any longer. Don’t vote for Mark Cuthbertson or Frank Petrone”.

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The Commack Board of Education appointed Donna Forbes as the new assistant principal at Burr Intermediate School.

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By Alison DeMaria
A team of 10 Elwood students entering grades six through nine in the fall took part in the 17th Annual Suffolk County Battle of the Books competition held at Stony Brook University on Aug. 10. Competing as “The Elwood Things,” the team members were assigned eight books to read over the summer. They participated […]

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