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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 […]

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The Annual Tree Lighting at Four Seasons Sunroom & Windows (www.fourseasonssunrooms.com), a leading manufacturer of an extensive line of sunrooms, conservatories, pergolas, lattices, carports, patios covers, screen rooms and other home improvement products, proved a wonderful holiday event for all. In addition to the spectacular tree lighting ceremony and Santa, guests enjoyed performances by the […]

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Tomorrow at the Resource Center at 6 pm, Housing Help guru Pilar Moya, will present a great workshop on, Improving & Repairing Your Credit: Credit Restoration.
This workshop will focus on the importance of credit, budgeting and obtaining access to free resources.  An explanation of “Do It Yourself” credit restoration including tips and budgeting tools while applying […]

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The weather is rainy and cold, but tonight at the Resource Center, Housing Help guru, Pilar Moya has a great workshop in store on “How to Prevent a Financial Meltdown” and getting you on the right path to Credit Restoration.
This workshop is FREE and is the second installment in the series of Credit Restoration!
Due to […]

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60-bed specialized unit promotes quality of life care
for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients

Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has announced the opening of its Memory Care Unit, a secured, 60-bed first floor unit located in the facility’s Schachne Pavilion.  According to Herbert H. Friedman, Executive Vice President/CEO, “We have created a designated Memory Care Unit at […]

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Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini will held a press conference at Police Headquarters, located at 30 Yaphank Ave. in Yaphank, on November 22 at 11:30 a.m. to announce the department’s stepped up holiday patrols as well as provide tips to help keep the public safe during the holiday shopping season.

With the rush of […]

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The Town of Huntington is nearing completion of the draft Melville Employment Center Plan and is seeking last comments from the public before the draft is finalized and a public hearing is scheduled.

The Town, its Melville Plan Advisory Committee and the Town’s consultant team of BFJ Planning, Urbanomics and Parsons Brinckerhoff have been working since […]

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Long Island Autism Communities, Inc. (www.licommunity.org, Deer Park, NY), a recently announced 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization, whose mission is to develop supportive, integrated communities for adults with autism, has developed its Board of Directors. Founder and President Charles Massimo, CEO of CJM Wealth Management named the following individuals to the Board:
 
-Gordon M. Siess, CPA of […]

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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 Town of Huntington would like residents and businesses to know that the New York State Department of Transportation plans to begin milling and paving State Route 25A (Main Street), on Sunday October 30 or Monday October 31, 2016.
The work will take place between Lawrence Hill Road and North Woodhull Road, Sunday through Thursday, from […]

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