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Volunteers from the Greenlawn Fire Department responded to battle a house fire on Broadway near Lantern Street, Wednesday night, July 10, at about 10:20 p.m.

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Greater Huntington Civic Group President Steven Spucces announced today that the Group’s Executive Board has unanimously decided to no longer pursue the appeal that had been filed in the Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court.

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Spectacular fireworks and bonfires on the beach light up the night sky as the finale to a picture-perfect July 4th holiday in Asharoken Village.

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They lure insects into death traps, then gorge on their flesh. Is that any way for a plant to behave?
Sure, if the plant is of the carnivorous variety made famous by the  Broadway play and movie, Little Shop of Horrors.
Meet these plants up close at a presentation by Eric Kunz of Seemore Gardens, Long Island’s […]

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A Day of Art, Music, Dance
Fine Arts & Crafts Vendors, Songsters, Poets, Middle Eastern Dancers

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Acura of Huntington, in partnership with the Art League of Long Island, is proud to announce the winner of the most voted-for piece at the Driven By Art exhibition, “Brooklyn Bridge” by Antonio Masi.  Masi’s “Brooklyn Bridge,” is just one of his many paintings capturing the beauty and architecture of the New York City bridges.
Following […]

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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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Story & photos by Steve Silverman
The Dix Hills Fire Department responded to a multi-vehicle accident on the eastbound lanes of the Long Island Expressway between the Deer Park Avenue and Commack Road exits, Monday night, July 1, shortly after 9pm.
The collision involved five vehicles including a tractor-trailer and an SUV that overturned.  Five occupants suffered injuries including one […]

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The Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum is a local museum highlighting the ways the sea has been woven into Long Island’s culture.

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Live Art Fusion
Sunday, July 7
12:00 noon – 4:00 pm
Free Outdoor Performance
Half-Price Museum Admission
Spend a wonderful day in Heckscher Park! Experience Live Art Fusion created by local Huntington resident and musician Rich Rivkin. Listen to live jazz and watch as artists speed paint to the music. Explore the Museum’s exhibitions and find inspiration. No rain date.
DRIVE! […]

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