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Souper Bowl Success Story

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By Brenda Lentsch

Students at North Ridge Primary School in Commack held their fifth annual “Souper Bowl” and collected a whopping 9,430 cans and bags of soup. “This is absolutely incredible,” Loretta Sehlmeyer told the children. Loretta is a volunteer from Island Harvest. “There are many children who go to bed hungry and don’t have enough […]

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The Case for Mediation

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By Chris DiMaggio
Prior to the 1960’s, married couples were stabilized through economic downturns, by pooling resources and by cooperating with each other during tough times. The 60’s, began our noticeable trek toward the establishment of our “throw- away society” mentality. Sadly, along with toasters lasting 5 years, the breakdown of the American family made that […]

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Assemblyman Andrew Raia recently joined State Sen. Phil Boyle to unveil a plan to stop sexual predators from harassing victims in hospital and recovery settings.

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Deborah Hoch, MA, CCC-SLP is a speech pathologist with a practice in South Huntington.

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 “A Film Feast in Five Courses” Pairs Educational Short Films, Art, and Local Food 
On Sunday February 16, 2014, from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm, Slow Food Huntington & Cinema Arts Centre are presenting Long Island’s first Film Feast in Five Courses, an enchanted evening highlighting our local food, the people who produce it, and the […]

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Letter urges against the potential closure, scale-back of facility

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Little Cow Harbor Run for HOPE

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4 Mile Run through the lovely hamlet of Greenlawn, NY.

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Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) recently announced the enactment of legislation he supported that will help provide better regulation of animal breeders and pet stores.

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More than 130 medical professionals joined in a Suffolk County workshop on pain management and opioid prescriptions.

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Students of Washington Drive Primary School recently took part in the character education performance “Have You Filled a Bucket Today” presented by the John W. Engeman Theater of Northport.

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