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Two Commack High School seniors were named as Intel Semifinalists on January 6, 2016, David Li and Mehtaab Sawney. They are among only 300 students in the entire country chosen for this prestigious honor. This year, there were more than 1,750 entrants from 512 high schools in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and from six overseas […]

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John Riley has what it takes to develop a top notch research project capable of capturing the respect of leading scholars. The Huntington High School sophomore was honored by the New York State Archives and the Archives Partnership Trust as the recipient of the Laura and Robert Chodos Award for Excellence in Student Research Using […]

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Buy/Trade/Sell—and Play! Vintage Video Games

–Fun for All Ages–
Saturday, October 17
10 am – 6 pm
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington

Want to buy retro video games? There will be thousands to choose from. Have a closet full of old video games you want to turn into cash? Find out what they’re worth. Psyched to play Super Mario Brothers […]

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Join us on Thursday, October 2nd as we talk tech & discuss great ideas for Huntington Station at LaunchPad of Huntington!
Among the ever growing field of technology, LaunchPad is an incubator, business accelerator and co-working community space that is making great strides here in Huntington, as well as various other locations on Long Island! To […]

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With technology becoming “smarter” everyday, it’s a challenge for those not in the technology industry to stay ahead of the curve. As part of the Chamber’s commitment to our members, the Huntington Chamber of Commerce’s Education Committee will present a timely workshop designed to keep attendees informed of the latest technological advances in the business world today

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 As time and technology moves forward, the Huntington School District doesn’t want to be left behind. So, district officials are considering a four year plan to replace desktop computers and printers in every school buildings and the administrative complex.
The multi-year plan has been circulated among central office administrators and presented to Huntington School Board members. […]

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ShotSpotter Operational

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As part of a demonstration, Suffolk County Police officer fired 2 rounds from a 9mm gun  into a van.  The 9mm weapon is the standard used by the police and is often the weapon of choice by criminals.  The demonstration showed how the ShotSpotter technology works.  After shots are fired, flex sensors and software triangulation pinpoint the precise location […]

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ShotSpotter Update and Opinion

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It is with a sense of ambivalence that we inform you that ShotSpotter went live today.  While we are thankful to Jon Cooper and others who have helped to make this happen, we are saddened that it has become necessary.  We certainly hope that our local politicians do not hold their typical photo ops or press conferences to brag about […]

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Today we seem to be spending our whole lives on a computer at home or somwhere else. It has become important that we understand Copyright law. This law has gotten a lot of attention in the last ten years. It has been the subject of scholarly discussion and lawsuits.
It has become increasingly difficult to say that you […]

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AOL Inc. is a web services company. Its business includes online content, products and services that they offer consumers, publishers and advertisers. AOL focuses on attracting consumers and providing online advertising services on company owned and operated properties as well as third party websites. Some holdouts still use AOL as a dial-up internet subscription access […]

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