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Councilman Eugene Cook Proposes “The Huntington Power Authority”

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COUNCILMAN EUGENE COOK SPONSORS RESOLUTION
TO SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN NORTHPORT, NEW YORK  PURSUANT TO SECTION 201 OF THE EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEDURE.
 
Councilman Cook will sponsor a resolution to schedule a public hearing to consider the acquisition of certain real property located in Northport.  The Town Board has […]

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Singer-Songwriter Lucy Kaplansky Performs in Centerport, May 5, 2018

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Lucy Kaplansky will be the featured artist during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly First Saturday Concerts’ series on May 5. The 8:30 p.m. concert at the Congregational Church of Huntington (30 Washington Drive, off Route 25A, Centerport) will be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m.
 
Hailed as “the songwriter laureate of modern city […]

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Sixth Annual Senior Fashion Show

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Councilwoman Joan Cergol served as the mistress of
ceremonies April 20, 2018 at the Sixth Annual Senior Fashion Show, held at the
Village Green Senior Center.

Councilwoman Cergol described the fashions worn by the 16 models, as each
paraded down the “runway” in the Senior Center dining room and […]

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Lupinacci, Smyth Celebrate Veterans at Nathan Hale VFW Post 1469 Awards Night

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Councilman Ed Smyth celebrated veterans Anthony Mastroianni, Bruce Brenner and Lou Bonsanti for their decades of service with the Veterans of Foreign Wars at Nathan Hale VFW Post 1469 for their
Awards Night Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
Anthony Mastroianni received his 65-year service pin. Bruce Brenner and Louis Bonsanti each received their 45-year service pins.  “It […]

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Students In Half Hollow Hills Help Raise Over $126,000 In Students Rebuild Challenge

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Students across all 13 grade levels and nine buildings in the Half Hollow Central School District have helped raise $126,410 in this year’s Students Rebuild Challenge by creating 21,408 self-portraits. The challenge was launched by the Bezos Family Foundation, a foundation run by the parents of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

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Little Shelter Celebrating it’s 91st Anniversary

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Long Island’s oldest humane society will be celebrating it’s 91st Anniversary on April 29th. Little Shelter will be holding a celebration and ceremony from 3-5pm commemorating its founding in 1927 as the oldest no-kill shelter in Suffolk County.

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Invisible People of Color: Whaling Captains, and Crew on All Sides of Long Island Sound

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Sandi Brewster-Walker, independent historian, genealogist, and freelance writer, presents a history of 19th century whaling captains and their crew on Long Island

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Town of Huntington Releases Crab Meadow Watershed Plan Draft for Public Review and Comment

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Huntington – The Town of Huntington has released a draft of the Crab Meadow Watershed Plan for public review and comment. The plan is a community driven stewardship plan with the intent to highlight best practices in future management of the Town’s largest watershed.
The Crab Meadow Watershed comprises about six square miles of downward sloping […]

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Melville Fire District Donates Vehicle To Suffolk County Auxiliary Police

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Vehicle to be used in Second Precinct for parades, large gatherings and neighborhood patrols
Suffolk County Police Chief of Department Stuart Cameron and Suffolk County Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services Commissioner Joseph Williams will thank officials from the Melville Fire District and students from Western Suffolk BOCES for their efforts in the donation of a vehicle […]

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Civil War Reenactment Brings History Alive at Walt Whitman High School

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Join us as we take a stroll back in time to experience Union Mounted Calvary, the roar of Field Artillery, Union and Confederate infantry demonstrating
musket firing, Field Surgeons demonstrating the medical technology and reality of being wounded in battle, a look at a Women’s role with demonstrations
over a real campfire and an authentic taste of Victorian […]

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