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5 mph speed limit, increased patrols in area around September 5 Lighthouse Music Fest event.
            Huntington will again impose measures aimed at ensuring that boaters wanting to attend the Huntington Lighthouse’s annual Music Fest September 5 can enjoy the event and leave safely.
            The Town will again impose a 5 mph speed limit within half a […]

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Suffolk County Police arrested a man and his two sons on drug and weapons charges following the execution of a search warrant at their Huntington Station home.
As part of the Suffolk County Police Department’s continuing enforcement efforts in Huntington Station, detectives from the Narcotics Section, Second Precinct Special Operations Team, Criminal Intelligence Bureau and officers […]

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From Steven Spucces of the Greater Huntington Civic Group:
Dear Members and Friends,
April 30th will be a Civic night to remember. Many of you have asked repeatedly, “I know things need improving in my Town HOW DO I HELP?” or “WHAT CAN I DO?” This meeting will answer those questions and more.
Please VIEW OUR SIMPLE AGENDA […]

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On April 19, 2015, at approximately 2:00 a.m. residents in Huntington Station reported hearing multiple gun shots.  The shots were heard by residents living on East 16th, Winding Street, Tower and Lowndes in Huntington Station.
According to police they received multiple 911 calls and Shot Spotter was activated. Gun shells were located by police on Allison […]

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For years, residents of Huntington Station have been complaining about graffiti on town owned property.  They have been asking town departments to clean up this property.  It is disgraceful that with all the talk of “Revitalization of Huntington Station” the first thing a visitor sees coming into Huntington by train is graffiti.
This was first brought […]

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            By AJ Carter Huntington Information Officer- As part of the Daly Road/Hauppauge Road sidewalk and traffic calming project, the slip ramp that currently allows southbound traffic to continue on Daly Road at the intersection with Larkfield and Hauppauge Roads will be closed, permanently, beginning tomorrow, March 31.
             Southbound traffic […]

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At the March meeting of Huntington Matters held at the South Huntington Library Wednesday  many questions came up about many topics surrounding code enforcement.  Joesph Rose the new Interim Public Safety Director talked about chapter 50.  We looked at some documents that we have and thought our readers would like to view this “Code Enforcement […]

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Second Precinct officer’s responded to a pedestrian stuck on Pulaski Road and Fairground in Huntington Station this afternoon. A man, 34, of Huntington Station, was crossing Pulaski Road against the light when he was struck by a vehicle that could not swerve out of the way at 1 p.m. The pedestrian was transported to Huntington […]

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This article was originally published March 25, 2012.
Don Pius is one of the most notorious landlords in Huntington.  The history of Donald Pius in the Town of Huntington and specifically Huntington Station is a very involved story.  Over the past several decades Pius has made a fortune at the expense of his tenants and the tax payers.  […]

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Topics For Discussion, The NEW Residential Rental Permit Resolution

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