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Town Board Completes Transfer of Northridge Site

Move clears way for Huntington Station master developer Renaissance Downtowns to begin construction of mixed-use building with 16 apartments, stores
          Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and the Town Council announce that the Town has completed transfer of a parcel at the corner of New York Avenue and Northridge Street to Huntington Station master developer Renaissance […]

We are very pleased to partner with great folks to bring resources, educational programming, vocational training programming, community events and opportunities to the residents of the Town of Huntington, Suffolk County and beyond.
 
As October comes to a close and with the holiday season upon us, we are reminded that bringing much needed services and programs to the […]

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The Huntington Community Ambulance District (HCAD) was established by voter referendum in 1984 to provide the balance of funding for the Huntington Community First Aid Squad, Inc. (HCFAS) which had been established in 1967.  The boundaries of the ambulance district were based on the Huntington and Huntington Manor Fire Districts.
Since its beginnings, HCFAS emergency response […]

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New Data Shows Emotional Benefits of Flowers;
Flowerdale by Patty Encourages Our Community to ‘Petal It Forward’
Flowerdale by Patty will be handing out 400 roses to the Huntington Station community on October 19, 2016 beginning at 1:00pm to help brighten up their week, as part of the ‘Petal it Forward’ program, in partnership with the Society […]

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My name is Michael Raspantini and I’m the acting Creative Director of the Huntington Station Business Improvement District. As a Huntington High School grad and lifelong Huntington resident, I’m grateful to be granted the opportunity to create free special events for the residents and business owners of Huntington Station.
 
Last year, I created new events for […]

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Building a stronger community in Huntington Station isn’t just about carving out new structures on 110, or recruiting new businesses to the area. A stronger community begins with neighbors, and their ability to support one another now, not in the future tomorrows. Many of us have grown all to accustomed to placing this responsibility elsewhere, […]

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