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Press Release
The Paramount in Huntington – the 12th highest attended club / venue worldwide – is proud to announce a new marketing partnership with Connoisseur Media Long Island, for the purpose of constructing a new radio studio in downtown Huntington.  Currently being built in the storefront on 370 New York Avenue, the studio space will allow the […]

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Press Release
For the 12th year, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, the largest credit union in the Northeastern region, will help low- to moderate-income households on Long Island prepare their tax returns at no cost. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is offered through 12 of Bethpage’s designated branch locations and through VITA mobile locations to […]

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Source The Station Meet-up

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From Source the Station:
Our March Meetup @ Launchpad is right around the corner!
Join us for our next meetup on March 18th from 6:30-8:30 PM with Launchpad, as we explore the way arts & tech are coming together to create places that truly inspire. Learn how you can become a part of this movement and how tech & the arts […]

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The Press Club of Long Island will be honoring a number of student journalists from both high schools and colleges on Long Island.
There are a number of awards categories and scholarships to apply for this year. The deadline to enter is March 1, so get your entries in before it’s too late!
STUDENT JOURNALISM: Any and all […]

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The Association of Fundraising Professionals Long Island Chapter (www.afpli.org) is pleased to welcome Huntington resident Cynthia C. Gorman, RN, CFRE, as a new first-term member of the Board of Directors.  Cynthia was formally installed on January 20 at the Melville Marriott in a ceremony that took place during AFPLI’s monthly educational meeting.
Cynthia C. Gorman is […]

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Town Hall Press Release
Emergency repair work on the top deck of the South Parking Garage at the Huntington train station will result in a total of 228 spaces on the fourth and fifth levels being unavailable beginning this week and running through March.
The work, which is being done on the fifth level, includes removing parking […]

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Topics For Discussion, The NEW Residential Rental Permit Resolution

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Huntington Town Hall Press Release
Melville development, scheduled for Spring construction start, brings new type of affordable housing to Long Island
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone announces that the developer of Long Island’s first limited equity cooperative – a 117-unit town house project planned for a site on Ruland Road in Melville – has obtained the necessary […]

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Foreign Films at HPL

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All welcome. Free. The foreign film is at both 3:30 pm AND 6:30 pm  and the Huntington Public Library. Main branch, 338, Main Street, Huntington, 631-427-5165.

 
 

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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci is proud to announce his co-sponsored legislation to install carbon monoxide detectors in restaurants and commercial buildings has been signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. After the tragic event at Legal Sea Foods, when carbon monoxide poisoning injured 20 and took the life of the restaurant manager, Lupinacci worked tirelessly to […]

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