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From Alaska to Florida, and from Maine to Hawaii, on Saturday, May 9, U.S. Postal Service letter carriers across the country will visit homes and businesses in every city, suburb and town in America to collect food for what is the nation’s largest food drive.
“This is it.  The day to make a difference.  If ever […]

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Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) recently held its Installation Ceremony at the Watermill Inn, in Smithtown.
Roger Winter was sworn in as President; Alyssa Axelrod as Vice-President; Robert Franz, as Secretary and Richard Stone as Treasurer of the Board of Directors. The new Board of Directors includes members who have served in the past including David […]

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At Trinity Regional School, Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) Chairperson Kathy Castillo and committee members Laurie Hoffman, Israel Cortez, Rich Cortez and Carol Nucci trained 38 Cub Scouts and some of their siblings on the life-saving procedure.
Hands-Only CPR has proven a successful approach in empowering bystanders to give life-sustaining compressions prior to EMS arrival. […]

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Editor’s note: Please support this blood drive.  The severe winter weather has left the blood supply dangerously low.  We will be there and we hope you will join us.
#1 Real Estate Company in Huntington Answers County Executives Call for Blood Donations
Signature Premier Properties host blood drive at its Huntington Headquarters.
Signature Premier Properties is committed to […]

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Scouts from the Towns of Huntington and Smithtown will take part in the Suffolk County Council’s annual Good Turn, Scouting for Food, in the month of March. Armed with paper grocery bags donated by King Kullen Supermarkets, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturers will participate in this annual effort to help replenish local food pantries.
The […]

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County Police Commissioner Edward Webber are cautioning all residents of the extreme cold temperatures that are anticipated over the next several days. Please pay close attention to the local weather forecasts and take precautions against hazards associated with cold and bitter weather.
The National Weather Service uses two terms […]

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Dryer Safety

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Dear Neighbors,
Did you know that your clothes dryer is probably one of the most dangerous appliance in your home? That’’s because even when they are working properly, dryers and washing machines were the cause of one out of every 22 home structure fires in that last ten years.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) […]

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On Wednesday, February, 11, at approximately 1:00 p.m., Huntington Community First Aid Squad responded with three ambulances and one first-responder vehicle to a Freon leak incident at the Wild By Nature store.
First Deputy Chief Dominic Heavey was first to arrive on scene and established command. Chief Tom Lemp and 3rd Dep. Chief Keith Rubenstein also […]

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6th Annual LITTLE COW HARBOR RUN FOR HOPE
4 MILE RUN 
Greenlawn, NY, Saturday, February 28, 2015. 
The Little Cow Harbor ‘Run for HOPE’ is a 4 mile run through the lovely hamlet of Greenlawn.  St. Hugh’s Project HOPE has teamed up with the Heagerty Family Foundation in organizing this event. The 4 Mile Run will begin at […]

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Residents advised to stay indoors

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