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The Don Pius scholarship was established several years ago as part of a deal that the Town Board made with this notorious landlord.  Pius is especially well known in the Huntington School district since his more than 70 homes in that school district are eyesores in the community and have many school aged children living in them.  […]

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Benefit Concert for Mick Hargreaves – It’s Good To Have Friends!

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Sometimes out of tragedy good things happen. Mick Hargreaves was brutally attacked on July 31, 2011, on his way home from the debut performance of his band, Mick Hargreaves and The King Guys.  The attack left him with head injuries and mounting medical bills since he does not have insurance.  His friends have gotten together to help out.  Last week, on September 18th, they […]

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Two Men Honored For 50 Years Of Service

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We asked Frank what he felt his most memorable moments were during his 50 years. Frank stated ” that going to fires and helping to put out those fires to help people” is his fondest memory. Frank has so many good memories about his service to the Huntington Fire Department over 50 plus years.
Douglas Marchi […]

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If you have never visited Richters Orchard or haven’t been there in a while, its time for a visit.  Brothers Louis and Andrew Amsler and their family have been Long island fruit growers since 1934.  The orchard has been in operation since 1900.  As you turn into the driveway of Richters orchard, you will see a […]

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33rd Annual Pickle Festival – Saturday September 22th

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The Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association
Presents
The 33rd Annual Pickle Festival
at The John Gardiner Farm
900 Park Avenue
Saturday, September 22
11:00 – 4:00
Featuring homemade pickles, jams, jellies, farm grown vegetables, baked goods and family activity
$5 donation for adults; children under 12 free.  For more information call 754-1180.

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Veterans Come Out in Support of a Cell Tower

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On September 8th, about 50 people attended the ZBA meeting at Town Hall.  The majority of people in attendance were there to witness a case about a request for special use permit and variance for the purpose of erecting a 100 foot flagpole with cellular antennas and install related equipment.  The applicants were Metro PCS NY LLC and Clear-wire Legacy, LLC.  […]

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Wildcats Boys Soccer- It’s all about the Chemistry

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Loaded with experienced seniors, Whitman’s Boys Soccer team just needs to add chemistry and they could be in for a very positive season. From the looks of their play in the Jimmy Egan Tournament, all the elements were in place and the chemistry worked magic. Taking Babylon 2-0 in the first game with a goal […]

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Chester W. Senig, 94, longtime East Northport firefighter and former Chief Mourned

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 Family, friends, and fellow firefighters mourned the loss of Chester W. Senig, 94, a long time resident of East Northport and volunteer firefighter, who passed away on September 3, 2011. Chet was an active East Northport volunteer fireman for 58 years. During his service he held positions as 1st Assistant Chief, Financial Secretary and later served with […]

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On Wednesday, Sept. 7, at about 1:45 p.m., the Town’s Public Safety Department received a call from someone identifying himself as Mangous Captain, who said he lived in an apartment at 12 Mara and that he had no electricity or water. Mr. Captain told town officials that the owners had moved out a few weeks […]

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Wildcats Blowout In Season Opener 41-19

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Whitman Rolls in Season Opener.
By the end of the first half,  it was Whitman 34 and Centereach 6. “We’ve come along way since last year.” said Whitman Coach Robin Rosa. “We’re bigger, stronger, and faster.” Watching Centereach try to stop Whitman running back Darrell Felder, it was clear the Centereach defense was in for a […]

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