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Huntington Stands Firm on Columbus Statue-Not Going Anywhere

Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, flanked by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, veterans and Italian-American groups, declared today that Huntington will not consider removing the Christopher Columbus statue that has served as a gateway to Huntington Village for more than 40 years.

Supervisor Petrone’s statement, made at the statue, comes against the backdrop of […]

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Are you sure you have looked under every rock for dollars for your organization? Therese Nielsen from Huntington Public Library will show us resources for finding funds.
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Acclaimed playwright and entertainer JD Lawrence will debut his latest play, “Harriet, Rosa and Me” at February 16 event
           The Town of Huntington will mark the 30th anniversary of its Black History Month celebrations February 16, 2017 with a special program featuring the World Premiere of “Harriet, Rosa and Me,” a […]

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The Dix Hills Fire Department installed their new officers for 2017 at their Annual Inspection Ceremony held at Fire Headquarters on Sunday, January 15, 2017. Pictured are the newly installed Chief officers, from left, Chief of Department Tom Napolitano, First Assistant Chief Alan Berkowitz, Second Assistant Chief Joe Williamson and Third Assistant Chief Brett Tepe. […]

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The Town of Huntington paid special tribute to World War II veterans at its annual Veterans Day wreath ceremony November 6, 2016 using the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor to recognize those who responded to the call to defend our country in the war that followed that attack.

As part […]

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The Town of Huntington’s African American Historic Designation Council marked its 10th anniversary October 27, 2016 with a program that honored 11 persons central to its creation and to its success over the years.
Established with a mission to preserve the unique cultural history of African Americans in the Town, the Council has worked closely with […]

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Following a football career that included helping Jets win Super Bowl III, Emerson Boozer served almost 20 years as Town’s parks director
The Town of Huntington held a ceremony October 15, 2016 to officially name the turf field at Manor Field Park after Emerson Boozer, the former New York Jets star running back who went on […]

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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone joined officials from the Walt Whitman Birthplace and Assemb. Steve Englebright September 19 2016 in welcoming Chinese scholar Cheng Hong, who toured the birthplace while in the United States for the opening of the United Nations General Assembly with her husband, Chinese Premier Li Kequiang.

Professor Cheng, who has been a […]

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Huntington Public Library
338 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743
Friday, November 6
7:00 pm
Free
A.M.E. As you drive along Park Avenue and pass the little church up on the hill, across from Huntington Hospital, do you wonder what those 3 initials mean? Have they been a mystery to you all these years? Jeanette T. Johns is anxious to share with […]

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The Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum will celebrate the 65th anniversary of its official opening on July 6.
William K. Vanderbilt II — great-grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt, the railroad and shipping magnate — died in 1944. His wife Rosamund continued to live in the Vanderbilt Mansion in Centerport until her death in 1947.
He realized the potential for […]

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