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The Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department
will hold the 33rd Annual Quality Antique Flea market
Sunday, September 18th
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
In the park across from the Fire House
Admission is $6.00
 

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The new school year kicked-off on Wednesday with only a few wrinkles as hundreds of teachers and nearly 4,400 Huntington School District students seamlessly transitioned from vacation mode to a resumption of classroom education.
There were a handful of transportation snafus that officials worked feverishly to solve throughout the day. New Superintendent James W. Polansky and […]

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The closing of the Jack Abrams school can be directly tied to decades of discriminatory housing practices in the Town of Huntington. These housing practices can be traced back to prior to the destruction that is referred to as “Urban Renewal” and continues all the way through to the most recent Town Council meetings.
In 1969, […]

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Outrage in Huntington

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TheHuntingtonian TIPS Line received a  message from Kathy in Huntington that there was still a very dangerous condition on Cliftwood Dr, Abbott Dr and Fort Hill Rd(see pictures in gallery). She emailed us at tips@thehuntingtonian.com and said “there is a sign at Cliftwood and Park Ave saying  Where is LIPA, Verizon and Frank Petrone?”.
The Huntingtonian went to […]

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On Wednesday, August 24,  nearly 100 people showed up for the Greater Huntington Civic Group’s (GHCG) first fundraiser.  The event was held at the Harbor Club in Huntington.  Steven Spucces, the group’s founder and President said he was thrilled that the event was filled to capacity.  “It shows that the people are supportive of what we […]

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The Cost of Doing Business

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On August 10, 2011, a group of about 20 concerned Town of Huntington residents went to the 3rd District Court, on New York Ave. in Huntington Station, to see first hand how code violations are being dealt with.  Some of the people who attended are part of a group called the Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement.   This group was […]

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ShotSpotter, Inc. and the Suffolk County Police Department have been working very hard to secure site authorizations and permissions for the buildings and poles where the sensors are to be installed. This phase of the installation is always the most time consuming and, due to the initial delay in negotiating the contract, we are somewhat […]

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Huntington, NY – The Huntington Town Board recently enacted Councilwoman Susan A. Berland’s anti-blight legislation, which established a procedure to combat the presence of blight in our community.
Councilwoman Berland’s anti-blight legislation creates a list of blight conditions with a specific point value attached to each. These conditions include, but are not limited to, past summonses […]

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North Street & McKay Road

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On August 4th, Huntington Station residents observed police activity at McKay Road and North Street.  According to police they were responding to a 911 call.  The caller stated that there was someone at 174 McKay Road threatening people with a bat.
When Police arrived they were told by an eyewitness that someone had a black object that could have possibly been […]

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There are many reasons that designating petitions or signatures are not accepted by the Board of Elections or may be ruled invalid by a court.
Some of those reasons are:

Signatories that are not registered in the party that is the same as the candidate for which they are signing a petition.
The person witnessing the signatures may not be registered […]

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