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Town Clerk Raia Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award at 23rd Annual Leadership Huntington Gala

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Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia was presented with the Leadership Huntington Foundation “Lifetime Achievement Award” during their 23rd Annual Gala Ceremony, held at Crest Hollow Country Club on September 26.
Having served as Huntington Town Clerk since 1982, Leadership Huntington sought to recognize Jo-Ann’s achievements as a role model to fellow Town Clerks throughout Long Island […]

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A Combined Service of 100 Years….. And Still Counting

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In honor of Volunteer Recognition Month, Legislator Spencer and his colleagues honored volunteers throughout Suffolk County for their selfless service at Tuesday evening’s General Meeting. For the 18th Legislative District, Roger Ketcham and Frank Grasso; both 50 year volunteers at the Halesite Fire Department and members of the Hose Rescue Company, were recognized. Roger has […]

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Half Hollow Hills Teacher Selected To Join New York State Master Teacher Program

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The Half Hollow Hills Central School District is proud to announce that Brian Strack, a math and computer science teacher at Half Hollow Hills High School East, has been selected as one of 275 educators from across the state to join the New York State Master Teacher Program. The 275 new Master Teachers join a […]

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Huntington Town Clerk Opens Archives to the Public in Celebration of Archives Month October 2018

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Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia is pleased to announce that the Huntington Town Clerk’s Archives will join the many organizations across the United States in bringing America’s history to life, by holding an Open House, Monday – Friday from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm, for the month of October, the only exception being Friday, October 12, […]

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Northport & Whitman Girls Volleyball Teams Digs For Danielle

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The Northport girls volleyball team hosted a fundraising game against Walt Whitman High School on Sept. 28,2018. The game was held to raise funds and awareness to support Danielle DeSimone, a Northport High School Alumnae who is currently battling leukemia. She has volunteered her time helping out the team with open gyms, practices and tryouts […]

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Huntington Resident Appointed Assistant Principal at Nassau BOCES Barry Tech

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Madelaine Hackett is a proven leader and a true innovator in the field of education. She brings a diverse background of teaching and administrative experience to her role as Assistant Principal of In-District Programs at Barry Tech. She is already enthusiastically applying her vast knowledge to improve the educational experience for in-district programs as well as […]

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SCPD Mourns Loss of Retired Sergeant Dennis Reichardt Who Died of 9/11-Related Illness

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The Suffolk County Police Department is mourning the loss of Dennis Reichardt who retired as a sergeant in 2011 and died October 4, 2018 from 9/11-related cancer.  

Reichardt joined the department in September 1982 and worked several years in the Second Precinct. He moved on from patrol with stints in Recruit Training Section and Applicant […]

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Man Seriously Injured in Motor Vehicle Crash, Depot Road and Caldwell Street, Huntington Station

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UPDATE:
Robert Finnan, 60, of Huntington Station is the motorist who was seriously injured in a crash in Huntington Station last night.
Second Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that seriously injured a man in Huntington Station tonight.
A 60-year-old Huntington Station man operating a 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser southbound on Depot Road struck a 20017 […]

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RAIA, COMMUNITY ACTION FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE HOSTING NARCAN TRAINING EVENT

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Assemblyman Andrew Raia (R,C,I,Ref-East Northport) will be hosting a naloxone (Narcan) training by Community Action for Social Justice (CASJ) on Wednesday, October 11, 2018 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Commack Public Library, 18 Hauppauge Road. To reserve a spot to participate in the training, interested parties should call the assemblyman’s office at 631-261-4151. Reservations are required to ensure enough […]

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Call to Artists

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Inspired by Long Island’s history, create a work that focuses on an aspect of Long Island’s cultural and natural heritage. Some prompts to consider: seaside industry, farm life, Native Americans, the American Revolution, art colonies, etc. Consider photos and paintings of historic landmarks and sites, portraits of reenactors, sculptures of ancestors, assemblages with local artifacts, […]

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