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Wanted for Criminal Mischief in Huntington

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On June 21, 2012, at approximately 10:35 AM, video surveillance cameras spotted three unknown male subjects walking around the AMC Loews Movie Theater located at 37 Wall Street in Huntington. As they walked along Wall Street, one of the subjects stopped, took a can of spray paint out of his backpack and spray painted the […]

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Recent Appointment In Asharoken Fuels Speculation

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In one of his first actions as the new Mayor of Asharoken, Dr. Greg Letica appointed the longtime former Deputy Supervisor for the Town of Huntington Laure C. Nolan as Village Attorney.  Additionally the Village Board approved a residency resolution that states the following: “Resolution (2012-34) Be it Resolved that any Residency Requirement for compensated […]

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Huntington Bay Mayor Herb Morrow & Village Trustees Sworn In

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Herb Morrow was sworn in for his 10th term as Mayor of Huntington Bay. The swearing in ceremony occurred during a regular meeting of the Huntington Bay Village Board on the evening of July 9th which was held at the Huntington Yacht Club, in Huntington Bay.

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Town Acts on Fishing Boat That Sank in Huntington Harbor

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The Town of Huntington has issued three summonses to the owner of a fishing boat that sank last week in Huntington Harbor and has been working with the owner on the removal of the vessel while containing any possible environmental damage.

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The Noli Eileen which provided many memories for fishing enthusiasts in the Huntington area sank on it’s mooring in Huntington Harbor.  It is presumed that the boat sank sometime on July 5th.  According to a Town Public Safety Officer near the scene, the Noli Eileen has been moored at the present location for the past few […]

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Boat Capsizes Near Lloyd Harbor: 3 Confirmed Dead

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A 34 foot yacht capsized at the entrance of Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor near a popular boating spot known as “The Sandhole” last night just after 10 p.m.  The 34-foot boat carrying 27 people on board capsized and sank in the waters off of Lloyd Harbor after a Fourth of July fireworks display, […]

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Playthings For Special Needs Children

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A group of Commack students who are members of the high school’s “Real Problems, Real Solutions Team” designed and built one-of-a-kind playthings for the children at United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Children’s Center in Commack.

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Asharoken Village Swearing In Ceremony

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On Monday evening July 2, newly elected Asharoken Mayor Gregory Letica took his oath-of-office from Supervisor Frank Petrone.  Village Trustees Joseph Tilleli and Mel Ettinger also participated in the swearing in ceremony.  Mayor Letica led his first Village Hall meeting following the swearing in.  It was a standing room only crowd for the Mayor’s first meeting. 
 
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Melville Man Arrested For Dealing With Fireworks

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Suffolk County Police arrested a Melville man for unlawfully dealing with fireworks after he was stopped for numerous traffic violations. 
Second Precinct Crime Section officers were on patrol in the Melville area when they stopped William C. Legette III for failing to signal before making a turn in front of the officers’ vehicle on Walt Whitman […]

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Update on the Avalon Bay Soil Remediation Work

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Many residents have expressed concern regarding the ongoing activities at the Avalon Bay Huntington Station site, in particular as it relates to soil disturbance activities. We first reported major deficiencies at the site in a June 27th article as certain soil mitigation measures were not being implemented although they were required according to the soil management […]

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