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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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East Northport FD Battles House Fire

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The East Northport Fire Department responded to a multiple calls for a house fire on Meadow Rue Lane on Friday afternoon, March 30, at about 1:45 p.m. Firefighters arrived to a raging fire on both floors of the home and began an aggressive attack on the blaze. Five trucks and two ambulances from East Northport FD were dispatched […]

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Dix Hills Fire Department Installs Officers, Presents Awards

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The Dix Hills Fire Department recently held their 71st Annual Installation of Officers Dinner. The following officers were installed for 2018:
   Department Officers: Chief Thomas Napolitano, First Assistant Chief Alan Berkowitz, Second Assistant Chief Joseph Williamson, Third Assistant Chief Brett Tepe, Secretary Hillary Bogi, Treasurer Simon Mo, Sgt. at Arms Fred Kuhne.
   Company One: Captain […]

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Huntington Republican Brian Finnegan Named New York State “Republican Rising Star”

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Huntington resident Brian Finnegan was named a Republican “Rising Star” for 2018, by the New York State Young Republican Committee.

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Centerport Fire Department Installs Officers, Presents Awards

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   The Centerport Fire Department Fire recently installed their officers for 2018 and presented awards at their 120th Annual Installation Dinner. The Chief Officers installed were Chief of Department Thomas Boyd, First Assistant Chief Richard Miltner and Second Assistant Chief Andrew Heglund. The Deputy Chiefs are Chaplain Paul Heglund, Medical Dr. Jack Geffken and PIO/Photographer Steve Silverman.
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Volleying for a Cause

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Elwood-John H. Glenn High School students came together to support a good cause and to take part in some healthy competition during the school’s annual Volleyball-a-Thon on Mar. 1. This year’s chosen causes were the Sean Urda Memorial Soccer Scholarship, Save the Kid and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
All 41 participating teams showed up to […]

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Northport Track and Field Team Captures State Title and Breaks Suffolk County Record  

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Northport High School’s student-athletes Isaiah Claiborne,
Dan O’Connor, Thomas Fodor and Elijah Claiborne
 
Members of Northport High School’s Suffolk County Championship Boys Track and Field Team dominated the State Championship on Mar. 5, capturing the State Title and placing second overall in the New York State Federation.
Less than a week later, the four members of the team […]

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Half Hollow Hills Student Selected For National Junior Sciences and Humanities Symposium

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Cassandra Ye Is One Of Only Five Delegates Chosen From Long Island
DIX HILLS, NY, March 12, 2018 – The Half Hollow Hills Central School District is proud to announce that High School East sophomore Tong ‘Cassandra’ Ye has been selected as a delegate for the 56th National Junior Sciences and Humanities Symposium (JSHS). She is […]

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Melville Fire Chief in the Right Place to Save a Life

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Melville Fire Department Third Assistant Chief Jason Bernfeld was in the right place at the right time when he rescued a man from an auto accident Monday morning, March 12, on the Northern State Parkway in Melville. The Chief was on his way to work as an NYPD Police Officer when he noticed taillights in the woods […]

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Huntington Town Board to Consider Designating The Teich House an Historic Landmark

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The Huntington Town Board, at its March 6th meeting, scheduled a public hearing to consider designating the The Teich House an Historic Landmark, approved work program agreements to help the Town expedite nutritious meals to homebound seniors at no cost to the town, and geared up for spring and summer events.
The Town scheduled a public […]

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