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February 29, 2012 
Dear Editor,
Today we took the next step in securing funding to upgrade the Northport Sewage Treatment Plant.  Accompanied by Northport Village Mayor George Doll, Suffolk County Deputy Presiding Officer Wayne Horsley, Suffolk County Planning Director Sarah Lansdale, Town of Huntington Councilman Gene Cook and Deputy Supervisor Patricia Del Col, I toured the plant […]

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Suffolk County Police today arrested five men for robbing multiple businesses; four of them also robbed a Bay Shore pharmacy last night. 
Four female employees were preparing to close the Health Mart Pharmacy, located at 5 Candlewood Road, at approximately 8:55 p.m. on February 28 when three masked men, all armed with handguns and wearing gloves, […]

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“The best thing about Penny Wars is that everyone wins,” said Mr. Anthony Sansotta, Assistant Principal at Stimson Middle School. “The students get to have some fun while they learn about strategy and teamwork, and the community benefits from the money and food the effort provides.”  
 
A portion of the $3,500 collected during Stimson’s Penny Wars […]

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Khaja Antesham, 24, was driving a 2010 Honda eastbound on Wolf Hill Road when he lost control of the vehicle on a curved portion of the roadway by Saxon Avenue, and collided into a 2001 GMC mini-bus traveling westbound at approximately 2:45 p.m.

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Recently Steve Israel sent out an e-mail blast requesting $5 from people because he stated that Congressional Candidate Stephen Labate was somehow picking on him.  When we read the e-mail it was evident to us what type of campaign Israel would be running.  Stephen Labate received the nomination only a few weeks ago and already […]

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The Arena Players Repertory Theater will open two dramas in March at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum’s Carriage House Theater. A Steady Rain by Keith Huff will run March 2-25 and Stage Fright by Charles Marowitz will open March 30 and runs through April 22. Each will have three performances a week — at 8:00 […]

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On Tuesday February 28, 2012 at 9:00 p.m. to Wednesday February 29, 2012 at 3:00 a.m. 54 Summonses, 7 NYS Tax Violations, and 6 Tanker Trucks were placed out of service during tanker truck checkpoint.
The Suffolk County Highway Patrol Motor Carrier Safety Section, in conjunction with NYS Department of Taxation, and NYS Environmental Conservation Police, issued […]

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Gannett Fleming and Sustainable Long Island are hosting a public meeting on the Brownfield Opportunity Area for Huntington Station.

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New granite and stone foundations to hold the welcome signs for all eight Commack Schools and the Hubbs Administration Building have been donated to the District by Gappsi  Inc., a local home improvement company.   Gappsi has donated masonry work and landscaping to more than ten school districts in Suffolk County. The company is also donating […]

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On separate occasions, Officer Garside saved three lives.  The most recent rescue was when he responded to a call that a Huntington woman had suffered a heart attack and was not breathing.  The second was a response to a county park employee who was not breathing.  Last month Garside helped revive a young man who had […]

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