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Centerport Fire Department Installs New Officers, Presents Awards

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The Centerport Fire Department recently held their 115th Annual Installation of Officers, where the new officers were installed and members were recognized for their service.
Master-of-Ceremonies Harry Acker introduced fellow Commissioners Peter Gunther, Dr. Jack Geffken, Gus Zeis, and Kurt Martin. Following an Invocation by Chaplain Paul Heglund, Commissioner Acker administered the oath-of-office to the new Chief […]

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Grand Opening of Home Accent Business in Northport

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On Saturday, April 20, the Northport Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Barton @ Home, a brand-new home accent business in Northport.  The opening of new businesses like this in the community is what makes the community prosper and flourish.  With more and more residents looking to spruce up their homes this […]

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Three Injured in Northport Crash

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The Northport Fire Department, assisted by the East Northport and Kings Park fire departments, responded to a three-vehicle crash on Russell Court off Norwood Road in Northport, Sunday afternoon, April 21, at about 4:15 p.m. The crash involved a Ford contractor’s van that collided with a Chevy Tahoe and a parked Lincoln. Three female patients suffered non-life-threatening injuries […]

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Sports Legends Visit Commack Fire Department

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Former NFL Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino and New York Islanders Hockey Star Clark Gillies visited the Commack Fire Department

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Antique Show At Heckscher Park – Sunday, April 21

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LAP is responsible for operating the Grateful Paw Cat Shelter.
All cats are vet checked, FELV and FIV tested, spayed or neutered and inoculated prior to adoption.
The Grateful Paw Cat Shelter is located at 104 Deposit Rd., E. Northport, NY 11731
Come visit us Tuesday – Friday, 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm or Saturday – Sunday, noon – […]

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Melville FD Rescues Victims of LIE Service Road Crash

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The Melville Fire Department responded to several accidents that occurred on the North Service Road of the Long Island Expressway, west of Bagatelle Road in Melville, at around 11 p.m., Friday night, April 19.

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci Meets with Boy Scout Troop 218 of Huntington Station

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci recently visited with Boy Scout Troop 218 of Huntington Station. During his visit, Lupinacci discussed the role government plays in their lives, their rights and responsibilities as citizens and how the lessons learned from the scouting program will remain important in their future.
“The Boy Scouts program helps mold young men into people […]

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East Northport Woman Arrested For Child Endangerment

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Suffolk County Police arrested a woman who drove with her 13-year-old son, 15-year-old daughter, and another 15-year-old male in her car and encouraged them to shoot out windows of parked cars with a BB gun she purchased for them.

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Renaissance Downtowns Gives Civic Group Update on Huntington Station Revitalization

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The speakers for the evening included representatives from Renaissance Downtowns and Vision Long Island. Both groups are involved with the ongoing revitalization of Huntington Station.

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Huntington Library Vote Today – April 16

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Huntington Public Library district will be voting Tuesday, April 16 on the budget and the uncontested re-election of a trustee.

Library director Michael Bogin stated the $8.6-million budget proposal that reflects increased costs in the state Employee Retirement System and state health insurance plan, and retroactive salary increases that come after three years of employee union […]

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