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Quick action by the Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department saved an 1800’s era building after a blaze broke out in a Law Office at 85 Main Street during the heat wave on Thursday evening, June 21. Cold Spring Harbor firefighters were alerted to the alarm at 7:48 p.m., and responded with two engines, a ladder […]

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The Huntington Fire Department recently presented Firefighter Ryan Doyle with the Firefighter of the Year Award for his outstanding and dedicated service.

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 Painted by more than 70 adults and children last summer, the murals at Gateway Park Community Garden in Huntington Station have been recognized  with a First Place Huntington Town Beautification Award for 2012. 
Artist Lucienne Pereira, the Centerport resident who designed the murals, accepted the award in the category of Community Service from Huntington Town’s Beautification […]

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Patricia Irving defeated as Mayor of Asharoken.

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The following are the Village of Huntington Bay results for the June 19, 2012 elections:

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The elections will be held on Tuesday, June 19, Noon-9pm, at Village Hall.

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The Centerport Fire Department recently held their 114th Annual Installation of Officers and Awards Ceremony.  Master-of-Ceremonies Commissioner Harry Acker introduced Board Members Chairman Peter Gunther and Commissioners Dr. Jack Geffken, Gus Zeis, and Kurt Martin.  Following an Invocation by Chaplain Paul Heglund, Commissioner Gunther administered the oath-of-office to Chief of Department Andrew Stevenson. Chief Stevenson […]

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In a 5-0 vote the Huntington Town Board approved the development of a new park which will be named Coral Park, located off of Broadway Greenlawn Road, in Greenlawn. The current vacant 2.8 acre parcel, which is owned by the Town, will be converted into a park that will feature the following amenities: A parking […]

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MetLife Foundation recently awarded a Volunteer Ventures grant of $1,000 to the Centerport Fire Department Cadets in support of a project proposed by Tom Collins, a MetLife employee who volunteers with the department.  The grant will be used to supply the Cadets with turnout gear for their training programs.
The Volunteer Ventures Program encourages and supports […]

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In an effort to curtail criminal activity in Frazer Drive Park, in Greenlawn, the Huntington Town Board unanimously (5-0) passed a resolution commencing a pilot program of on leash dog walking within the entire park. Currently, and according to town code, dog walking is only allowed on paved parking areas only. The thought is that […]

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