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Elevator service has resumed at the South Parking Garage at the Huntington Long Island Rail Road Station, with the completion of the project replacing the elevator in an effort to increase reliability, safety and comfort for regular elevator users.
The new elevator began operation after the start of the morning rush hour Monday, October 30,2017 three […]

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Thanks to hard work, research and a passion for science, Northport High School junior Katie Sierra was named a semifinalist in the 2017 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. Every year, students from around the country submit research projects to compete on a regional and national level for college scholarships. There were 491 semifinalists […]

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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that killed a man in East Northport, N.Y.
Richard Oliveri was operating a leaf blower near his home on the shoulder of Clay Pitts Road approximately 700 ft. west of Cedrus Avenue in East Northport, at approximately 6:20 p.m Wednesday, October 25,2017 when he […]

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Senator Carl L. Marcellino and Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci today announced that they procured a $200,000 grant for the Huntington School District. The funding will be used to upgrade the Huntington High School Library in a manner that would allow the most efficient utilization of the space to best accommodate a range of purposes and […]

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Northport High School math teacher Kristen Rozell was recently named a New York State Master Teacher.
The Master Teacher Program is composed of the highest performing teachers and educators in the subjects of science, technology, engineering and math. Once accepted into the program, through letters of recommendation and a rigorous interview process, teachers enter a four-year […]

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The criteria for receiving an endorsement from the Huntingtonian:
Integrity and honesty are more important to us than where candidates stand on all issues. Since we will never all agree with everything a candidate stands for, it is important to elect individuals who remember they work for the people.  We should not have to be detectives […]

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Suffolk County District Attorney and Chief Of Investigations Indicted For Obstructing Federal Civil Rights Investigation

Defendants Attempted to Cover Up the December 14, 2012 Assault of Handcuffed Suspect by Former Suffolk County Police Chief James Burke

A four-count indictment was returned this morning by a federal grand jury in the United States District Court for the Eastern […]

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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are seeking the public’s help to locate a Huntington Station teen who was reported missing last week has been located and is unharmed.
Wendy Velasquez, 16, who was last seen at her residence in Huntington Station on October 10, was reported missing on October 12. She is Hispanic, 5 feet […]

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On behalf of the Huntington Foundation, we proudly announce that we have chosen our esteemed honorees for this year’s 2018 gala. This year’s choices are especially prominent as they will be honored as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Foundation—a not-to-be missed season of celebration culminating in the Foundation’s annual Reach for the […]

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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, joined by Town Council members, the Town’s Veterans Advisory Board and members of veterans’ groups, unveiled a plaque October 19 describing the history of the a large American flag that hangs at the Town’s Dix Hills Ice Rink.
 
          The flag, which was presented to the Town about 10 years ago […]

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