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 Town Hall Press Release:
The Second Annual Holiday Parade and Street Festival in Huntington Village will kick off at 6:30 p.m. pm Saturday, November 26, with new elements that promise to make it bigger and more enjoyable than the version that drew more than 5,000 people last year.
 Among additions to this year’s parade and festival are […]

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Message From Herb Morrow

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Dear Friends,

I want to thank all of you for your help and support during this election. While I’m disappointed about the results  I have no regrets about running. I met many great people in our Town and made many new friends. Most importantly, the issues I spoke about came from all of you. We should all continue to […]

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The Huntington Elks will host a live comedy show benefit for Wounded Warriors of Long Island at the Huntington Elks Lodge No. 1565 on Saturday, November 12 at 7 p.m. The benefit, being put on by Comedy To Go, will feature Veteran Comics for Veteran Causes. Comics include Robyn Shall, Eric Haft and Headliners Isaacs […]

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This is the table of results for the Council race in the Town of Huntington by election district (These results have not yet been certified by the Suffolk County Board of Elections)

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Now in its fifth year, South Huntington’s parent program “Are You Smarter Than Your Middle Schooler?” is a series of three parent workshops designed to teach Stimson Middle School parents some mathematical concepts that will enable them to help their children with math at home. “I got tired of my daughter telling me I was doing math the […]

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Huntington Chamber Seeks Long Island’s Outstanding Young Professionals
Nominations Are Now Being Accepted for the Celebrate Long Island’s Young Professionals Program

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The Young Professionals Chamber of Commerce (YPCC) will host its Ninth Annual Business Leadership Competition

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The recent decision by Lowe’s to not complete building a new location in Huntington Station had something to do with the economy not getting better as soon as had been hoped, that is a given. What is not a given is why a billion dollar corporation chooses to continue building in one location and not […]

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We forwarded this letter to the Patch in response to their article about the Town Hall tapes.  We are hopeful, but doubtful that they will print it.  Our research shows that the Patch often reports in this fashion.  Kelly Campbell was the exception but to the best of our knowledge no longer reports for the […]

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(Letter from AJ Carter to the Huntingtonian)
To the Huntingtonian:
I must ask that you correct willful inaccuracies in your article about the message left on the telephone of your editor, Nicholas Wieland.
In particular, at 1:07 into the recording, you will hear me say, clearly and unambiguously, “Frank wants me to respond to these FOILs right away.” This […]

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